U.S. and British troops took part in a ceremony at Angoville au Plain.

ANGOVILLE AU PLAIN, France – U.S. and British troops took part in a ceremony at Angoville au Plain – where Soldiers from the 101st Airborne Infantry Division fought during the D-Day operations. In 2006, a stained glass window was dedicated to the Screaming Eagles in the church, which had served as a medical aid station for German and U.S. forces during the fighting. Dowload higest-resolution version(3872 by 468 pixels)

ANGOVILLE AU PLAIN, France – U.S. and British troops took part in a ceremony at Angoville au Plain – where Soldiers from the 101st Airborne Infantry Division fought during the D-Day operations. In 2006, a stained glass window was dedicated to the Screaming Eagles in the church, which had served as a medical aid station for German and U.S. forces during the fighting.

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