D-Day: Honoring the Past, Securing the Future
CARENTAN, France--Commander, U.S. European Command Gen. Phil Breedlove, along with other American and allied Soldiers from France, Netherlands and Germany, joined with the local community to honored both the living and fallen veterans of the Normandy D-Day landings at a ceremony here June 4. The event was one of several commemorations of the 70th Anniversary of D-Day operations conducted by Allied forces during World War II June 5-6, 1944. More than 650 U.S. military personnel have joined troops from several NATO nations to participate in ceremonies to honor the events at the invitation of the French government.
CARENTAN, France--Commander, U.S. European Command Gen. Phil Breedlove, along with other American and allied Soldiers from France, Netherlands and Germany, joined with the local community to honored both the living and fallen veterans of the Normandy D-Day landings at a ceremony here June 4. The event was one of several commemorations of the 70th Anniversary of D-Day operations conducted by Allied forces during World War II June 5-6, 1944. More than 650 U.S. military personnel have joined troops from several NATO nations to participate in ceremonies to honor the events at the invitation of the French government.
CARENTAN, France--Commander, U.S. European Command Gen. Phil Breedlove, along with other American and allied Soldiers from France, Netherlands and Germany, joined with the local community to honored both the living and fallen veterans of the Normandy D-Day landings at a ceremony here June 4. The event was one of several commemorations of the 70th Anniversary of D-Day operations conducted by Allied forces during World War II June 5-6, 1944. More than 650 U.S. military personnel have joined troops from several NATO nations to participate in ceremonies to honor the events at the invitation of the French government.
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