D-Day 70: Honoring the Past, Securing the Future
CARENTAN, France--Lt. Gen. Donald M. Campbell Jr, commander, U.S. Army Europe, meets with an American veteran of the Normandy landings who has just received the French Legion of Honor at a ceremony honoring 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--Lt. Gen. Donald M. Campbell Jr, commander, U.S. Army Europe, meets with an American veteran of the Normandy landings who has just received the French Legion of Honor at a ceremony honoring 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--Lt. Gen. Donald M. Campbell Jr, commander, U.S. Army Europe, meets with an American veteran of the Normandy landings who has just received the French Legion of Honor at a ceremony honoring 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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