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One of the few surviving American Indian World War II combat veterans returned to the country he helped to liberate to attend the dedication of a memorial in his honor. Story
When the ramp to his World War II landing craft slammed down onto Utah Beach, Army Cpl. Herman Zeitchik jumped out and dashed across the sand as deadly rounds were shot out from fortified bunkers. Zeitchik was among the veterans who attended a ceremony marking the 73rd anniversary of D-Day. Story
They trained with the infantry, carrying first-aid kits instead of weapons. In the midst of thick combat, they remained focused on their mission of saving lives. They were the combat medics of World War II. Story
D-Day is one of the most famous dates in history, but there are a lot of things you may not know about the WWII invasion. Story
Utah Beach Ceremony Marks D-Day Anniversary
U.S., French Paratroopers Re-enact Airborne Operation
Ceremonies Commemorate the 73rd Anniversary of D-Day