Scene on Omaha Beach soon after the D-Day landings, showing stranded landing craft, piles of supplies, and dead soldiers awaiting evacuation or burial. The USS LCT-199 is offshore in left center. British LCT(A)(5)-2421, USS LCT-555 and USS LCT-638 are on the beach in the center (listed from the middle distance to further away). An LCVP from USS Thurston (APA-77) is in the left foreground. The photograph was received by the Naval Photo Science Laboratory on June 14, 1944, but was probably taken on or about June 6. Photo by U.S. Navy/National Archives/UPI

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Scene on Omaha Beach soon after the D-Day landings, showing stranded landing craft, piles of supplies, and dead soldiers awaiting evacuation or burial. The USS LCT-199 is offshore in left center. British LCT(A)(5)-2421, USS LCT-555 and USS LCT-638 are on the beach in the center (listed from the middle distance to further away). An LCVP from USS Thurston (APA-77) is in the left foreground. The photograph was received by the Naval Photo Science Laboratory on June 14, 1944, but was probably taken on or about June 6. Photo by U.S. Navy/National Archives/UPI
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