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Liberty ship unloading two CCKW trucks and other supplies onto a Rhino cargo barge off the Normandy beaches, Jun 1944.Airborne glider pilots aboard an LCVP on their way from the Normandy beaches to a transport to take them back to England, Jun 8, 1944
Liberty ship unloading two CCKW trucks and other supplies onto a Rhino cargo barge off the Normandy beaches, Jun 1944.Airborne glider pilots aboard an LCVP on their way from the Normandy beaches to a transport to take them back to England, Jun 8, 1944
A Jeep being towed ashore at Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944. Note that censors have deleted markings on the JeepGen Dwight Eisenhower, Gen George Marshall, and Gen “Hap” Arnold, beside their VIP DUKW during their tour of the Normandy beachhead, Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944.
A Jeep being towed ashore at Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944. Note that censors have deleted markings on the Jeep's front bumper and an object at the right edge.Gen Dwight Eisenhower, Gen George Marshall, and Gen “Hap” Arnold, beside their VIP DUKW during their tour of the Normandy beachhead, Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944.
Gen “Hap” Arnold, Gen Dwight Eisenhower, Adm Ernest King (white cap behind Eisenhower), and Gen George Marshall visit the guns moved from Pointe du Hoc, Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944.Gen “Hap” Arnold, Gen Dwight Eisenhower, MajGen “Cowboy Pete” Corlett (helmet), Gen George Marshall, LtGen Omar Bradley (pointing), and Adm Ernest King visit the guns moved from Pt du Hoc, Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944.
Gen “Hap” Arnold, Gen Dwight Eisenhower, Adm Ernest King (white cap behind Eisenhower), and Gen George Marshall visit the guns moved from Pointe du Hoc, Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944.Gen “Hap” Arnold, Gen Dwight Eisenhower, MajGen “Cowboy Pete” Corlett (helmet), Gen George Marshall, LtGen Omar Bradley (pointing), and Adm Ernest King visit the guns moved from Pt du Hoc, Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944.
LCT-550 landing Dodge WC54 field ambulances of the 546th Medical Company at Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944; note snorkel tube for fording streams on lead ambulance.US Army Chief of Staff, Gen George Marshall shakes hands with another officer during his tour of the Normandy beachhead, Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944.  Note Gen Eisenhower behind Marshall.
LCT-550 landing Dodge WC54 field ambulances of the 546th Medical Company at Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944; note snorkel tube for fording streams on lead ambulance.US Army Chief of Staff, Gen George Marshall shakes hands with another officer during his tour of the Normandy beachhead, Normandy, France, Jun 12, 1944. Note Gen Eisenhower behind Marshall.
LCT-525 delivering a half-track onto a pontoon causeway pier at Utah Beach, Normandy, France, Jun 15 1944.  Half track is an M16 Anti-Aircraft gun mount of A Co, 376th AAA Battalion.Generals Omar Bradley, Bernard Montgomery, and Miles Dempsey with Air-Marshal Trafford Leigh-Mallory in conference on the hood (bonnet) of Montgomery’s Humber Super Snipe staff car, near St. Lô, Normandy, France, 5 Aug 1944.
LCT-525 delivering a half-track onto a pontoon causeway pier at Utah Beach, Normandy, France, Jun 15 1944. Half track is an M16 Anti-Aircraft gun mount of A Co, 376th AAA Battalion.Generals Omar Bradley, Bernard Montgomery, and Miles Dempsey with Air-Marshal Trafford Leigh-Mallory in conference on the hood (bonnet) of Montgomery’s Humber Super Snipe staff car, near St. Lô, Normandy, France, 5 Aug 1944.
British Secretary of State for War, Sir James Grigg, greeting Eighth Corps senior officers at Corps headquarters in Normandy, France during a tour of the forward areas, 16 Aug 1944.
British Secretary of State for War, Sir James Grigg, greeting Eighth Corps senior officers at Corps headquarters in Normandy, France during a tour of the forward areas, 16 Aug 1944.


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