Saturday, June 06, 2009

Remembering D-Day - June 6, 1944

Please take a few minutes to visit the following site...

http://www.army.mil/d-day/

Most of the Veterans from this war have since past on but it is our duty to keep their memory alive and continue to remember this day.

We shall never forget!

8 comments:

mq01 said...

this footage always gives me goosebumps. just incredible. great post. we will never forget.

Baron's Life said...

....and forget we never shall for there were too many sacrifices to save the victims
God bless all our Veterans.

Mastercheif said...

Nice. It's great that some of the younger generation are still honoring this day with action. I love that you posted this right now because I just came out of the basement where I have been working on a 84 inch scale model of a C-47 transport plane named Black Bird. It was the first troop plane to enter Germany when the invasion started. It will be going in a museum when I am done.

RickNiekLikeBikes said...

Bravo Steph. You're absolutely right.

Dean "D-Day" said...

I purposely didn't post anything because I knew you wouldn't forget. Thanks for continuing to draw attention to our armed forces!

Webster World said...

And forget we will not. It took over 50 yrs for my dad to tell me what happened to him in the Black forest. A Purple Heart Bronze Star. 18 yr old kid off the farm. They are all hero's.

IowaHarleyGirl (Stephanie) said...

Thank you all for visiting the site and reflecting for a moment on what happened that day. We must always keep this memory alive even if it is so tragic. Those young men that are now deceased or in their twilight years did something so selfless for a people they did not know. They are all heroes.

"Joker" said...

I enjoyed the video very much. As always, great tribute Steph.