Omaha Beach was the location of one of the most significant moments of fighting in World War II. On June 6th 1944, American troops were given the task of securing the beach as part of a strategy to land Allied troops along five points on the coast ... 

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Honfleur, France

June 2013

This is the harbor in Honfleur where we stopped to eat lunch

American Cemetery

May 2012

American Cemetery overlooking Omaha Beach

American Cemetery, Normandy

August 2010



So still you could have heard a pin drop.


August 2010



Huge. Ornate.

Heroes at rest

July 2010

American Cemetery

The American Cemetery

October 2008

Jack H

Very overwhelming.

The Cliffs

October 2008

Jack H

A memorial where the bombs dropped on the German Army. The area has been left as a memorial to the lives lost.

Omaha Beach Memorial

October 2015

Memorial to the soldiers who died at Omaha Beach

B-26 at Utah Beach museum

October 2015

Restored aircraft actually used in bombing the area.

Family photo with Utah Beach in the background

August 2015

Our children will NEVER forget this trip. I'm a veteran of 23 years and this was a very emotional tour. Emotional, but excellent. HOOAH!

Omaha beach.

July 2015

David Lally
United Kingdom

Omaha beach. The bloodiest of the 5 allied invasion beaches.

The Kiss

May 2015

Memorial to VE-Day in front of Caen Memorial Museum

Omaha beach

December 2014

this was a great experience. was disappointed that the museums were not open but it was off season, but traveling up and done the coast an seeing where out fathers past had put it all on the line was very touching. being a 3 time Iraq and 1 time Afghanistan vet this was a respect tour,

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