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  • June 6th 1944.

    Today is the Annivarsary of the Normandy Invasion. Please take a few moments to pay respect to the men that died to liberate France and all of Europe.

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    Sometimes you just have to step away from everything you have going on and take a look at the place where we live. It's a beautiful day, in a beautiful country and it is all because of people like those men throughout the years that made the ultimate sacrifice for future generations.

    I'm humbled.
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    • #3
      Always honor, never forget.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Brakshow View Post
        Sometimes you just have to step away from everything you have going on and take a look at the place where we live. It's a beautiful day, in a beautiful country and it is all because of people like those men throughout the years that made the ultimate sacrifice for future generations.

        I'm humbled.
        Well said.

        Never forget, 'the greatest generation.'

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        • #5
          Don't wanna derail the thread , but today's also 3 years my father passed away.

          What a coincidence that it also happened on D-day.
          Now go get your shine box

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Peerless View Post
            Well said.

            Never forget, 'the greatest generation.'
            I have to agree. Those men were the real deal. Germany knew that if there was an allied invasion, Omaha was the location. So many things went wrong during the invasion too. They took that beach through sheer will and blood. Same as Iwo Jima. What Admiral Chester Nimitz said about Iwo Jima holds true for the D-Day Invasion.

            "Among the Americans serving on Iwo Island, uncommon valor was a common virtue." - Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz

            They were the best of us.

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            • #7
              Take some time out of your day and watch this:


              Remembering D-Day – This Just In - CNN.com Blogs

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