They were on Omaha Beach

"They were on Omaha Beach, 213 eyewitnesses by Laurent Lefebvre" looks at the invasion of Omaha Beach through both local and veterans testimonies. It follows the invasion minute by minute, told by those who were there, living through the chaos.

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UTAH BEACH - VII Corps

D-Day - Order of battle

>First US Army: Lieutenant General Omar N. Bradley

Omar N. Bradley

Lawton J. Collins

Matthew B. Ridgway

Maxwell D. Taylor

  >VII Corps - Utah Beach: Major General J. Lawton Collins
     
    >4th Infantry Division: Major General Raymond A. Barton
    >90th Infantry Division: Major General Jay W. Mac Kelvie
    >82nd Airborne Division: Major General Matthew B. Ridgway
    >101st Airborne Division: Major General Maxwell D. Taylor
     
    >6th Armored Group: Colonel Francis F. Fainter
      >70th Tank Battalion: Lt. Colonel John C. Welborn
      >746th Tank Battalion: Lt. Colonel Carence G. Hupfer
     
    >4th Cavalry Group: Colonel Joseph M. Tully
      >4th Cavalry Squadron: Lt. Colonel E. C. Dunn
      >24th Cavalry Squadron: Lt. Colonel F. H. Gaston, Jr
     
    >87th Chemical Mortar Battalion: Lt. Colonel James A. Batte
     
    >1st Engineer Special Brigade: Colonel Eugene M. Caffey
      >38th Engineer General Service Regiment (1st & 2nd Bn.):
      >531st Engineer Shore Regiment:
      >2nd Naval Beach Battalion: Commander John F. Curtin
      >24th Transportation Amphibious Truck Battalion:
      >191st Ordnance Battalion:
      >261th Medical Battalion:
      >244th Quatermaster Battalion:
      >262nd Quatermaster Battalion:
      >306th Quatermaster Battalion:
      >537th Quatermaster Battalion:
      >577th Quatermaster Battalion:
      >490th Quatermaster Port Battalion:
      >518th Quatermaster Port Battalion:
      >519th Quatermaster Port Battalion: