Already the sea runs red. Even among some of the lightly wounded who jumped into shallow water the hits prove fatal. Knocked down by a
“I hope people remember there were many men who sacrificed their lives and youths. We were young when we went over there, but we came
In Flanders Fields the poppies blow Between the crosses row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing,
As we close out the year, here is a photo tribute to all of the amazing sunrises we experienced while out at the lake. Happy
Excerpt from “First Wave at Omaha Beach” (S.L.A. Marshall, November 1960): Already the sea runs red. Even among some of the lightly wounded who jumped
Be sure to thank a veteran today.
The turn onto the first Kalihiwai Road (there are two) comes so abruptly that it’s easy to pass it up – which is exactly what