Airborne phase of the Operation Dragoon of the 15 August 1944 in Southern France between Le Muy and Draguignan
The pursuit on the east to the french-italian broder to protest the east flank of the 7th Army and VI Corps
WALL OF REMEMBRANCE
Remembrance wall to remember the soldier of the 1st Airborne Task Force. Paratroopers, Glider Riders and support units.
FIRST AIRBORNE TASK FORCEThe Forgotten Paratroopers
Were you involved in Operation Dragoon? Do you know of someone who was involved in Operation Dragoon? If you can answer yes to these questions then we want to hear from you.
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If you are then the author would like also to hear from you so that we may include your story on the site and to know more about the operation to perpetuate the memory of those involved in Operation Dragoon.
If you were involved in this invasion, or you are a family member of someone involved, or you know someone who was involved, then we would like to hear from you to capture your individual story for our book projects.
The main aim of the site is to perpetuate the memories of individuals however involved in remembering Operation Dragoon so get in touch now with your story.
The First Airborne Task Force has its origins in the grouping of all airborne elements available in the Mediterranean theater of operations (MTO) in February 1944, providing for a landing in Southern France. Created in July 1944, the unit is under General Robert T. Frederick’ command. On August 15, 1944, its elements must be dropped around the village of Le Muy and support the landing from the inland, the beaches of Delta and Camel Beach in the cities of St. Maxime and St. Raphael.