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World leaders today honored the singular bravery of Allied troops who sloshed through bloodied water to the landing beaches of Normandy, 75 years after the D-Day assault of June 6, 1944, AP reports from Omaha Beach, France.
Scenes from a day to remember ...
Visitors watch French jets over the Normandy American Cemetery.
A spectator shakes the hand of a British veteran in a procession after a ceremony in Bayeux Cathedral in Normandy.
U.S. World War II veteran Jacques Michienzi (center) stands up among other veterans at Normandy American Cemetery.
An American paratrooper boards a transport plane at a British airbase before takeoff for the D-Day invasion of Europe.
Udo Hartung, a World War II re-enactor from Germany, on Omaha Beach at dawn.
Trump chats with an American veteran of the Battle of Normandy.
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