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DICKENS WALTER L - 29TH INFANTRY DIVISION
https://youtu.be/a-wTKchWKEY - Honored by Donald Burriss
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BOBIGIAN ARAM A - 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION
This was my father. He was 18 years old. He married my mother while in training in Georgia prior to shipping out for England. They said goodbye and off he went to land on Omaha Beach at H+30 hours. I can't imagine the sheer terror of offloading a landing craft and trying to scale the beach. Amazing - Honored by RICK BOBIGIAN
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HOAG EARL A Jr - 29TH INFANTRY DIVISION
Formerly a locomotive fireman, twenty-one year enlistee Pvt. Earl Hoag, Jr., Co. B, 116th Regiment, landed at H +30 on Omaha Beach at Dog Green. He survived the landing but suffered shrapnel wounds from an artillery shell 29 June 1944, at St. Lo, Normandy, France. He died 9 Jul 1944. The 29th was gi - Honored by Rick Breithaupt
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GUILBEAU D L - 6TH NAVAL BEACH BN
This is my grandfather, Dudley Louis Guilbeau. I have been doing research on him for quite some time now. He was a wonderful man, father, husband, and grandfather. He was born and raised in Opelousas, LA. He was in the Naval 6th Beach Battalion. I love you, Paw Paw! - Honored by Matthew Dunn
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BRIDGES ROBERT - 1ST INFANTRY DIVISION
This is my father. He was in the First Infantry at Omaha Beach, wounded with a compound feacture of left femur. He and his wife Nellie raised four children, and he passed in 1992 in Scottsdale, AZ - Honored by Rebecca Delph
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