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11-Year-Old Boy Honors Those Who Died On D-Day In The Most Incredible Way


An 11-year-old American boy honored the men who fought and died on the beach of Omaha, Normandy on D-Day.  He was working on a project and was at the Normandy cemetery teaching people about three paratroopers who are buried in the cemetery. On D-Day itself, June 6th, the local police would not allow them to enter the cemetery so he decided to go down to Omaha beach to honor the men who died during the invasion. He stood on the beach saluting those who fought and died for our freedom for an hour and half. This boy knows how to honor those who have sacrificed everything for us to keep us safe and free. 


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