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A 95-year-old former soldier was the only WWII veteran at the Battle of the Bulge memorial in Washington, DC
"Above all, it was bitter cold," George Arnstein said of the Battle of the Bulge. "It was the coldest winter in I don't know how many decades."
More than 1,000 Marines and sailors were killed during the battle for Tarawa in November 1943, and hundreds of them remain unaccounted for.
"The Eagle 56 was always the shipwreck to find," meat truck driver and amateur diver Jeff Goodreau said. "That was the great ghost of New England."
Chris Christie says Trump’s staff ‘served him poorly’ for booking Fox News interview in-front of graveyard on D-Day
"I'd argue that when Sarah Sanders, or whoever made those decisions to put him in those positions — put him there, they ill-served him," Christie said.
"Whenever the world makes you cynical, stop and think of these men. Whenever you lose hope, stop and think of these men."
Meet the Navy veteran who hit the beaches of Normandy on June 6, 1944, and then went island-hopping in the Pacific
As a Navy coxswain, Julius Shoulars spent nearly a month on Omaha Beach after the D-Day landings, directing landing craft and burying the dead.
From a daring clifftop assault under to setting up air defense balloons under withering fire, these were D-Day's most dangerous and crucial missions.
US Army Rangers just scaled towering seaside cliffs to re-enact one of D-Day’s most dangerous missions
These photos show the past and present of the assault on Pointe du Hoc, one of the most daring and dangerous missions US troops carried out on D-Day.
June 6 will be the 75th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy in World War II. Here are 8 famous people you probably didn't know served on D-Day.
World War II museum blames ‘some jerk punk’ for setting fire to what they may have thought was a Confederate monument. It’s actually...
A North Carolina museum is accusing vandals of trying to burn a statue of a World War II veteran after mistaking it for a Confederate monument.