By Chad Groening and Billy Davis:
Remembering the D-Day invasion of Europe that turned the tide of World War II should also be remembered for its uncertainty and the sacrifice of so many, says a national defense analyst and U.S. Army veteran.
“It was a very bloody fight,” says Bob Maginnis, a former U.S. Army lieutenant colonel now with the Family Research Council. “And that is the thing that is often lost in history lessons here.”
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