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Aerial view of Omaha Beach  taken 6 june 1944, showing landing of two infantry regiments 18th and 115th, vehicles, and landing craft.

Aerial view of Omaha Beach taken 6 june 1944, showing landing of two infantry regiments 18th and 115th, vehicles, and landing craft.

Omaha Beach: cimetière provisoire de Vierville-sur-Mer.

Omaha Beach: cimetière provisoire de Vierville-sur-Mer.

May 6, 1944. Normandy Beach. German troops scatter as Lt. Albert Lanker flies fast and low over the beach in a F-5 Lightning “Outlaw.” Lanker’s job was to photograph beach obstructions for use by planners of the D-Day invasion. It was only his third mission.

May 6, 1944. Normandy Beach. German troops scatter as Lt. Albert Lanker flies fast and low over the beach in a F-5 Lightning “Outlaw.” Lanker’s job was to photograph beach obstructions for use by planners of the D-Day invasion. It was only his third mission.

An aerial view of Allied naval craft off Dog and Easy beaches, Omaha area. 6 June 1944.

An aerial view of Allied naval craft off Dog and Easy beaches, Omaha area. 6 June 1944.

American infantry struggle ashore on Omaha Beach, D-Day June 6th, 1944

American infantry struggle ashore on Omaha Beach, D-Day June 6th, 1944

My Grand Father left a lot of members his unit behind at Omaha Beach. He was just one of a few to survive past the beach.

My Grand Father left a lot of members his unit behind at Omaha Beach. He was just one of a few to survive past the beach.

St. Laurent-sur-Mer, Calvados. June, 1944. Omaha Beach days after the D Day landing//Robert Capa

St. Laurent-sur-Mer, Calvados. June, 1944. Omaha Beach days after the D Day landing//Robert Capa

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