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The earliest known history about Baker Company is that in 1942, this unit trained in Camp Toccoa along with the rest of the 101st.
Two years later, their company was assigned to capture Ste. Mere-Eglise. Their pathfinder Martin planted the beacon that would signal the troops in. Unfortunately, there was mixing of different units from the 101st and the 82nd. Despite the confusion, Captain Foley, the unit's commander, led the mixed units in an assault on Ste. Mere-Eglise. They successfully destroyed three Flakpanzers within the town and subsequently captured it.
Behind Enemy LinesEdit
After D-Day, Baker Company was detached from the rest of 101st to be used for missions behind enemy lines.
Their first mission was rescue Major Ingram and Captain Price in a chateau located the Bavarian Alps. The company inserted was inserted in the area. They used an Opel Blitz truck to arrive at the chateau. Once there, they breached the area's defenses, destroyed all communication equipment, and collected all sensitive documents. Baker Company then went to the basement to rescue Ingram and Price, but unfortunately, Ingram was transferred to Dulag IIIA.
Baker Company decided to go to Dulag IIIA and free Major Ingram. Before they entered the camp, they sent Martin out to snipe the guards in front. Once they were eliminated, Foley drove the Opel Blitz into the gate to breach Dulag IIIA. The company fought throughout the camp to retrieve Ingram. Once they found him, they headed back and escaped the camp before it was fully locked down.
Later fought their way through the Hurtgen Forest in the Battle of the Bulge. They later go on a rescue mission, go on the Attack of Foy, and other missions.
Notable Baker Company members Edit
Helpers of Baker Edit
The following are soldiers that helped Baker Company, and are not in them.