US Army soldiers boarding landing craft at Weymouth, Dorset, England, United Kingdom, while preparing for the Normandy operation, 1 May 1944; note barrage balloons aloft and on the groundBritish landing craft, US Army troops, and US Coast Guard LCI(L)s staged at Weymouth, Dorset, England, United Kingdom prior to the Normandy invasion, June 1944.United States Coast Guard Captains Edward Fritzche (left) and Miles Imlay (right) examining a relief map of Omaha Beach laid out in the hold of the Attack Transport USS Samuel Chase, Jun 1944.
US Army soldiers boarding landing craft at Weymouth, Dorset, England, United Kingdom, while preparing for the Normandy operation, 1 May 1944; note barrage balloons aloft and on the groundBritish landing craft, US Army troops, and US Coast Guard LCI(L)s staged at Weymouth, Dorset, England, United Kingdom prior to the Normandy invasion, June 1944.United States Coast Guard Captains Edward Fritzche (left) and Miles Imlay (right) examining a relief map of Omaha Beach laid out in the hold of the Attack Transport USS Samuel Chase, Jun 1944.


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