US Army Rangers work their way up Pointe Du Hoc, a cliff utilize by the Germans as part of the Atlantic Wall for defense 4 miles west of Omaha Beach. The cliff was the assigned point of attack for the Rangers during D-Day operations - 6 June 1944

US Army Rangers work their way up Pointe Du Hoc, a cliff utilize by the Germans as part of the Atlantic Wall for defense 4 miles west of Omaha Beach. The cliff was the assigned point of attack for the Rangers during D-Day operations - 6 June 1944

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