See some Nebraska connections on D-Day's 75th anniversary.
Fortenberry with Nebraskans
Boy shields veteran
Sen. Fischer at ceremony
It was a privilege to travel to Normandy for #DDay75 where we “gathered at freedom’s alter” to honor brave WWII troops. What a beautiful day to pay tribute to the Greatest Generation who fought for freedom & liberated a continent. “They took their duty as their fate.” pic.twitter.com/4wA6XNrQ19— Senator Deb Fischer (@SenatorFischer) June 6, 2019
Don Bacon at cemetery
Today, we remember the 156,000 American, British, and Canadian troops who fought to free Western Europe from Nazi Germany. I stand with 160 WWII Vets and 35 D-Day Vets to honor the thousands of soldiers who lost their lives protecting freedom. We are eternally grateful. pic.twitter.com/snvfzUyhad— Rep. Don Bacon (@RepDonBacon) June 6, 2019