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MUEHLER HARVEY E - 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION
A thank you for sacraficing your life for our country. You are my great uncle I never knew. We will meet when my time come. Thanks again and I salute you!!!!
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WILLIAMS WAYNE - 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION
Wayne was one of three brothers that was in Europe during the war at the same time. He landed at Omaha beach on D-Day. He was in the 10th wave to land. He was the one that put the Bangalore Torpedo in the wire to blow a hole in it so the unit could advance. He was awarded the Silver Star that day
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GALLEGOS THEODORE - 62ND ARM. FIELD ARTY BN
D-Day first wave H+90, landed on Omaha Beach Force O-2 Fox Green sector, transport USS LCT-209. Colleville-sur-Mer, France.
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MATTINGLY JAMES L - 82ND AIRBORNE DIVISION
La Fiere Bridge http://warfarehistorynetwork.com/daily/wwii/airborne-at-la-fiere-slugfest-in-normandy/ Defenses Established at the Bridge At about 1:45 pm, Captain Schwartzwalder, G Company, 507th, ordered one of his platoons to try for the bridge. Two men, Pfcs. Johnnie Ward and James Mattingly,
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RUNGE WILLIAM M - 5TH RANGER BN
Bill was my grandfather. He was supposed to land at Point du Hoc on D day. But his landing craft sank and he was picked up by another boat of Rangers and came ashore at Omaha Beach. On D+1 he went up the coast in another boat and came ashore again and climbed up the cliffs of Point Du Hoc. At 18 he
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