U.S. Navy landing ships bring cargo ashore as barrage balloons protect the skyline and U.S. Army vehicles form a convoy on the beach during the first days of the Invasion of Normandy, France, June 1944. Among identifiable ships present are USS LST-532, center, USS LST-262, 3rd from right, USS LST-310, 2nd from right, USS LST-533, far right, and USS LST-524. (U.S. Coast Guard photograph from the U.S. National Archives/Released)
Worth A Thousand Words: Remember Normandy
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