WE REMEMBER AND HONOR THOSE WHO FOUGHT ON D-DAY:

On June 6, 1944, the course of world history changed while most Americans slept soundly in their beds thousands of miles away.

Dubbed “Operation Neptune” then but forever-since known as simply “D-Day,” Allied troops on this day launched the largest sea invasion ever undertaken before or since on the beaches of Normandy, France.

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More than 9,000 allied troops were killed or wounded in the invasion, but by the end of the fight, Allied troops had regained a foothold in Europe that would eventually lead to the defeat of Hitler’s army.

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