We've spent a lot of time this week detailing the efforts of soldiers in preserving our way of life. That's why something that happened yesterday in Philadelphia was so timely - and well deserved. unveiled the statue of Wild Bill. Guarnere and Heffron served in World War II as part of the legendary group that was immortalized in the book and TV mini-series 'Band of Brothers.' They served with Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, in the 101st Airborne. The street designation is perfect for two men whose exploits during World War II exemplified heroism. In other words, they didn't call him 'Wild Bill' for nothing. Wild Bill may be gone, but he will forever be a part of both South Philly and now Delaware County as well with these two well-earned h honors.