WWII Resemblance.

An Army officer stands guard.

The patch of the 101st Airborne Division, or as they were called, the "Screaming Eagles."

Some "Willy" Jeeps and a "half track". The Half-track M3 was an armored vehicle used by the United States and its allies during World War II and the Cold War.

The M422 "Mighty Mite" jeep was designed by the Mid-American Research Corporation (MARCO), as a light weight ¼-ton 4x4 tactical truck, suitable for airlifting and manhandling. It is a variation of the popular and iconic "Willy" Army jeep.

War Ensign of Germany 1938-1945.

The North American P-51 Mustang was an American long-range single-seat fighter aircraft that entered service with Allied air forces in the middle years of World War II. The P-51 became one of the conflict's most successful and recognizable aircraft.

Some German planes.

The Douglas A-1 (formerly AD) Skyraider was a U.S. single-seat attack bomber of the 1950s, 1960s and early 1970s

The MP40 was a submachine gun developed in Germany and used extensively by paratroopers and platoon and squad leaders, and other troops during World War II.

In 1938, the Thompson submachine gun was adopted by the U.S. military, serving during World War II and later into the Korean War, as well as early stages of the Vietnam War.

A World War 2 era Japanese machine gun.

Maschinengewehr 34, or MG 34, was a German machine gun that was first produced and accepted for service in 1934, and first issued to units in 1935. It was an air-cooled machine gun firing 7.92 mm Mauser rounds and had similar performance to other medium machine guns.

The C96, or Broomhandle Mauser, was the first semi-automatic pistol to see widespread use. It was manufactured from 1896 to 1936 in Germany.