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You were young the day you took these -- Some of you -- hardly more than boys with the deepest joys of life before you.
Yet you risked everything here.
-- Why did you do it.
-- what -- you to put aside the instinct for self preservation risk your lives to take these clips.
What inspired all of -- -- of the armies and met here.
We look at you and somehow we know the answer.
It was faith and believe.
It was a loyalty.
Their actions truly did change the course of American history and world history.
67 years ago today.
American an allied forces stormed the beaches of Normandy France.
Today more than forty World War II veterans are reuniting gathering on the French coast to -- dedicate a monument honoring.
The captain mountain walker landed during the second wave on Omaha Beach.
He was a platoon leader of company Al.
And he joins us now live on the phone captain walk on thank you so much for speaking with us today.
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We certainly well and we thank you so -- For your support and I know you've made the trip back many times but.
You know what strikes you still and a half it's not tell us what it was like for you first of ball when you landed there in the second wave on Omaha Beach how old were you -- And what do you remember.
It was started three years old on it -- And of course assertive way -- -- about 930.
The water was.
When you read.
And the tide was coming in -- -- And it was.
Infusion of the speech.
It'll work or small groups.
I don't think you would have succeeded.
You know when when you look back we're looking at pictures now of that day June 6 1944.
And you listen to the words of President Reagan out when he celebrated the fortieth anniversary there.
At Normandy beaches you know yes -- question why you know where did you find the bravery where did you find the courage is such -- young man to take on such -- enormous.
And courageous tasked with all of these other man.
Well of course.
And -- is certainly weren't spared this slaughter.
Because it was a it was a tremendous.
There's the -- of course I don't know all of the speeches.
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Wherever they want it because they know exactly obvious that there are guns.
And -- -- very actor.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- And -- Of course -- a little bit.
The land lines on both on the are -- Which was also a disaster.
-- -- -- -- -- As a side came in of course divorced bodies.
That it Broward.
And it will look -- and so forth and four yards better end of bodies and body parts.
It ever direction we should -- about.
It was -- -- horrible situation.
-- we thank you so much for your service to this country I know those memories are very difficult.
I wear a grateful nation -- -- and all of the young men who fought that fight on the beaches of Normandy we thank you very much captain walker for joining us today that --
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