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Brothers in Arms

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US and British Veterans at the US Cemetary at Omaha Beach, Normandy on the 60th Anniversary of the landings
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Image size
800x533px 359.3 KB
Make
NIKON CORPORATION
Model
NIKON D1X
Shutter Speed
10/1000 second
Aperture
F/5.0
Focal Length
32 mm
Date Taken
Jun 4, 2004, 3:21:26 PM
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Dorota97's avatar
Exellent photo...
Who is this ? 

the-commando's avatar
SawStudios's avatar
Thank you for letting ArtVets show this picture, great shot!
SpringlighT's avatar
What a touching picture ...
i have featured in my journal "something to think about" :

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arkady001's avatar
Many Thanks...:)
ROCKYMARCIANOXX0's avatar
Instant Fave, love pictures like these :)
MikeZadopec's avatar
I love pictures like this . These are men many of us owe so much gratitude.
Churchill said of British Airmen "So much is owed, by so many, to so few".
ChiefJoseph's avatar
This is a beautiful picture
arkady001's avatar
I take no credit for any of these shots of the Veterans - if it weren't for them...
Izaran's avatar
exactly...they died to fight for freedom in our our world...and to stop the spread of vile fascism. Communism is now the modern threat...Nk,China,what Russia is becoming...again. Your Empire stood against the might of the Luftwaffe and survived. Then they took the daring move of Operation: Chariot, Dunkirk, and finally Overlord. I look up the British...due to the fact htat your country has ALWAYS defended that island...at any, and every cost.
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