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June 6th, 2009
06:31 PM ET

Video from the Front Lines of D-Day

It’s the largest seaborne invasion in history – and now, you can see what it was like on the front lines. The military has created a web site packed with video and photos, along with the voices of veterans describing how it felt. Our Josh Levs interviewed Lt. Col. Kevin Arata about how it was all put together.

Want to weigh in with your own thoughts about D-Day or veterans in general? Post a comment below, or join discussions at Facebook or Twitter.

And join Josh Sunday morning in the CNN Newsroom along with TJ Holmes, Betty Nguyen and Reynolds Wolf beginning 6am ET/3am PT.

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  1. LTC Tony Weiss, USA Retired

    I just reviewed the article by Wayne Drash on the GI slaves from
    WW II.

    In it he made a mistake that many people in the NEWS business make.

    You don't buy a ticket to WIN a medal. You do something above and beyond whats normal and are AWARDED a medal for it.

    It would make allot of military/former military personnel happy if you would pass this advice on to your news comrades. Even better if you were to say something on the air about it.

    June 8, 2009 at 3:10 pm |
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