George graduated from High School the day he turned 17 and found himself, weighing in at 112 pounds, landing on Utah Beach mid-day on D-Day, June 6, 1944.
Donald Cobb joined the Navy because he liked water and didn’t like the mud. He served on the USS Murphy, a Navy Destroyer.
Sgt. Bill Galbraith, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division, jumped into Normandy France on D-Day, June 4, 1944.
Harry “Pete” Shaw, 283rd Field Artillery Battalion, came ashore Normandy in the third wave of D-Day.
Retired Brigadier General Christopher Petty breaks down the engagement and battle of D-Day on the eve of it’s 75th anniversary.
WWII Veteran Gordon Whitlow joined the Merchant Marines when he was 15 years old to do his duty and serve his country.
Russel Pickett was in the infantry. He was also in the first wave of soldiers to land at Omaha Beach on D-Day.
Ralph King landed in Scotland on D-Day, June 6, 1944, as a paratrooper replacement for the 101st Airborne that jumped into Normandy. He went on to serve in the Korean War. Then he tried something new. He joined the Special Forces.
Interview with World War II veteran Andre Chappaz, 1885th Engineer Battalion, born to French parents in the United States.
Interview with Dan McBride, 101st Airborne, veteran of multiple WW II battles.