ST. MERE EGLISE, France — A mannequin marks the location where a famous paratrooper got caught and ended up with a bird's eye view of that town's role in the D-Day invasion of June 6, 19

ST. MERE EGLISE, France — A mannequin marks the location where a famous paratrooper got caught and ended up with a bird's eye view of that town's role in the D-Day invasion of June 6, 1944.  D-Day, also known as Operation Overlord, was a large-scale amphibious operation that allowed Allied forces to eventually liberate France. (Department of Defense photo by Lt. Cmdr. Taylor Clark) Dowload higest-resolution version(1280 by 525 pixels)

ST. MERE EGLISE, France — A mannequin marks the location where a famous paratrooper got caught and ended up with a bird's eye view of that town's role in the D-Day invasion of June 6, 1944. D-Day, also known as Operation Overlord, was a large-scale amphibious operation that allowed Allied forces to eventually liberate France. (Department of Defense photo by Lt. Cmdr. Taylor Clark)

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