The Keefe Report: D-Day + 75—Day of Days
Now 75 years after the event, Operation Overlord-Neptune, better known as D-Day, we must remember in many ways.
Auto-Ordnance D-Day Commemoratives
Auto-Ordnance is commemorating the 75th anniversary of D-Day with three specially engraved and ornamented guns—an M1911, an M1 carbine and a Thompson.
The Keefe Report: 2nd Lt. Kelso C. Horne
This is a very special issue for several reasons. If you look on this month’s cover you’ll find a photograph by Bob Landry, taken about a week after D-Day, of a young soldier in the 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division.
D-Day + 75: Arms of the Airborne
Seventy-five years ago, Allied troops invaded Hitler’s “Fortress Europe” to bring an end to Nazi tyranny, and many of them arrived by parachute or glider. They were the men of the British and American airborne, and they were well-armed indeed.
The Men and Guns of Pointe Du Hoc
On June 6, 1944, 225 men of the 2nd Raider Battalion, under the command of Lt. Col. James E. Rudder, took the German artillery position at Pointe du Hoc.
Special Presentation: The Guns of Omaha: D-Day Plus 75 Years
The Battle of Omaha Beach was not one battle, but six separate battles fought independent from one another.
Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Men & Guns of D-Day +75—Utah Beach; T/CR22; Dutch Lugers
Tonight on American Rifleman TV, we continue our look at the Men & Guns of D-Day with the soldiers who landed on Utah Beach.
Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Men & Guns of D-Day + 75; Walther CCP M2; Original Deringer
Tonight on American Rifleman TV, we continue our look at the Men & Guns of D-Day with the 82nd Airborne Division.
Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Men & Guns of D-Day +75, Part 2; EAA Witness Elite 1911 Polymer
During this 75th anniversary since the invasion at Normandy, ARTV staff continues its look at the Men & Guns of D-Day.
Tonight on American Rifleman TV: Men & Guns of D-Day +75; S&W Bodyguard in .38 Spl.
On June 6, 1944, the greatest armada yet assembled invaded Nazi-occupied France. Our television crew traveled to the actual battlefields, the very places where American, British, Canadian and other Allied troops fought to begin the liberation of Europe.