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‘The eyes of the world are upon you’ — Read Gen. Eisenhower’s letter to troops before D-Day
"We will accept nothing less than full Victory!"
The Omaha Beach landing in ‘Saving Private Ryan’ changed how we look at WWII
“I wasn’t there in 1944 in June on Omaha Beach, but seeing that I somehow felt I was."
No, covering Trump was not like landing at Omaha Beach
I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.
2 D-Day vets, one of whom served with ‘Band of Brothers’ Easy Company, pass away
"I've stood up behind a machine gun and burned through six barrels in two hours, and there was nothing left but death and misery."
Lawmakers are pushing to finally award the Medal of Honor to the Black hero who saved dozens during D-Day
Despite multiple public accounts of his bravery, Army Cpl. Waverly Woodson was thwarted from receiving the Medal of Honor honor twice, a bipartisan group of lawmakers says
The first man to storm the beaches of Normandy was shot twice and lived to be 90
On D-Day, Capt. Leonard “Max” Schroeder became the first American soldier to hit the sand at Normandy
The incredible story of the American commandos dropped behind enemy lines long before D-Day
8 iconic photos from the invasion of Normandy
Here are eight historic photos from the days leading up to, during, and after one of the most brutal battles in contemporary history.
The 4 most dangerous missions heroic US troops carried out on D-Day 76 years ago
As the sun set on the blood-stained beaches of Normandy, France on June 6, 1944, Supreme Allied Commander Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's message to the thousands of Allied troops dispatched to carry out the largest amphibious landing in military history rang true: "Your task will not be an easy one. Your enemy is well-trained, well-equipped and battle-hardened. He will fight savagely"
75 years after D-Day, current Army Rangers return to Pointe du Hoc
U.S. Army Paratroopers assigned to the 75th Ranger Regiment reenact the climb at Pointe Du Hoc, Omaha Beach France, as...
This WWII vet got a mohawk the night before D-Day. Now he’s doing it again to spread cheer during COVID-19
“A lot of people are going through a lot of problems with the [coronavirus] ... I just thought this would add a little humor or something to the whole thing.”
75 years later, a Navy vet learns the name of the XO who saved his life on D-Day
"I had the feeling God kept me alive for some reason and maybe this is it ... As a seaman, having the executive officer's daughter getting in touch with me 75 years later, it's unbelievable."
‘Give it to them, boys!’ — Stunning audio captures the chaos of D-Day as you’ve never heard it before
This is what it sounds like when more than 156,000 enormous pairs of balls roll up on a French beach ready to kick some Nazi ass
The Allied D-Day invasion plan fit on this single piece of paper
British Gen. Bernard "Monty" Montgomery served as a ground commander for Anglo-American forces under Supreme Allied Commander Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower
The forgotten North Carolina air base that made the D-Day invasion possible
Despite the important role gliders played in transporting men and equipment during the D-Day invasion of Normandy, the contributions of North Carolina's Laurinburg-Maxton Air Base have been largely forgotten
Royal Family says Queen met with leaders of ‘allied nations that took part in D-Day,’ including Germany
Army Rangers just scaled the cliffs of Pointe du Hoc in honor of the WWII Rangers who stormed Normandy
"In seizing the firm land at the top of these cliffs, they began to seize back the continent of Europe."
The ingenious feat of military engineering that made D-Day such a massive success for the Allies
No similar wartime engineering feat has been tried since
You can now own a battle-scarred American flag that US troops planted on Omaha Beach on D-Day
A battle-scarred American flag believed to be the first planted on Omaha beach during the 1944 D-Day landings is expected to fetch more than $55,000 at auction next week,
Green Berets parachuted over Mont Saint-Michel to honor the 75th anniversary of their Special Forces predecessors’ arrival in France
With the 75th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Normandy just over the horizon, a group of U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers commemorated the valor of their uniformed predecessors with a uniquely picturesque parachute jump over France.
The Army is practicing firing artillery from boats for the first time since the Vietnam War
A Virginia Army National Guard unit travelled to the Marine Corps' Camp Lejeune in North Carolina in late April for a relatively unusual training exercise: firing a howitzer from a landing craft in the Army's first waterborne artillery mission since the Vietnam War and this particular unit's first waterborne artillery mission since the D-Day landings nearly 75 years ago
The soldiers who inspired ’12 Strong’ are honoring D-Day heroes with a special parachute jump
But they'll be jumping with an item not on the packing list of World War II U.S. soldiers — or at least not the official one
A D-Day veteran faced an unattended burial. 500 strangers showed up to honor his service
D-Day veteran James McCue died a hero. About 500 strangers made sure of it
An American Flag That Led US Troops To Normandy On D-Day Is Finally Coming Home After 75 Years
A rare D-Day flag that flew on a U.S. Navy ship leading the allied advance at the beaches of Normandy nearly 75 years ago will be returned to America after going on display in the Netherlands on Monday
World War II Vet Wants One Thing Before He Dies: The Purple Heart He Earned In 1944
MANCHESTER — It didn't take long for the U.S. Army to get Francis Byrne into combat. A day after he...