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Tuesday, June 06, 2017

It was 73 years ago today...


Remembering D-Day - June 6, 1944


While many of these men are long gone, the memory will never be forgotten. Thank you for your service.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hard to believe that there aren't any D day movies on TV today. Good thing I have plenty WWII DVDs.

Barry b said...

Just as important as D-Day was what happened 75 years and 2 days ago. The much important but hardly acknowledged Battle of Midway.

Zorro said...

because the left wants us to forget history

Anonymous said...

It was a Mass Massacre of lives.
Let us none forget the price these
men made for their Country!

Anonymous said...

I asked my teen what today was, she didn't know. Then told her it is "D-Day", she said, "Oh, is this the day girls ask guys for a Date, like Date-day"?
Graduated with honors from Wi-Hi, go figure.

Anonymous said...

Our HEROES ALL > Our Christian Soldiers !!!!

Anonymous said...

No, it's sad you didn't teach him/her/it. Go figure.

Anonymous said...

Delmarva had quite a few local GI's in the 29th that hit Omaha Beach.

Anonymous said...

They Saved the world ....yet many countries are So
Un-Grateful ... esp GERMANY !! Who the USA re-built and
saved from the Russians ...........
France is also so Un-Grateful .......

They All forget WHO SAved their ASSES !!!! > the USA

Anonymous said...

They were not all Christians, idiot. But they were all great men!

Anonymous said...

842 please provide a few facts to back up the assertion that Germany and France are ungrateful. I'm curious what you base the conclusion on.

Anonymous said...

Thousands of Americans gladly served and too many died for a free Europe. NATO was formed to keep it that way--No more D-Days. If we give up on NATO, Putin becomes the new Hitler, invading weaker countries just like he did in Ukraine.