Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower with soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division, aka, The Screaming Eagles.
Soldiers from the Canadian 3rd Division arriving by ship at Juno Beach. Many soldiers used bicycles after landing.
U.S. soldiers march to the docks to board landing craft transports, where they will go to the invasion.
Company E, 16th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division - One of the first wave of soldiers at Omaha Beach.
Soldiers crouch behind the protective front of their transport before they land.
A medic from the 1st U.S. Infantry Division looks for wounded on Omaha Beach.
U.S. paratroopers in St. Marcouf (Utah Beach), ready to advance further into France.
Men of the 355th Engineers clear the streets of St. Lo for traffic from Omaha Beach.
16th Infantry Regiment soldiers shield themselves from German firepower during the landing.
Soldiers arrive on the transports described as: The boat that won the war.