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Courage and sacrifice: Remembering D-Day on the 68th anniversary

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Today, on the 68th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy, the Twitterverse remembered the brave sacrifices our heroes made to defeat the forces of tyranny.

Today is the 68th anniversary of D-Day. May we never forget their courage and sacrifice. http://t.co/0GMGbi36

— OregonTeaParty (@OregonTeaParty) June 6, 2012

68 years ago today…on the beaches, at sea, in the air…American and allied soldier began to reclaim Europe from tyranny. #DDay #Army

— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) June 6, 2012

Ike on #DDay: Prepared to take the blame, but ready to forgo the credit. A stellar US #Army officer and an example for today. #DDay

— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) June 6, 2012

If you have never toured the D-Day beaches in Normandy, they are hauntingly beautiful. (Photo/@USAmbNATO) #DDay pic.twitter.com/pw5zIORv

— West Wing Reports (@WestWingReport) June 6, 2012

Today remember the brave men who served our country in the Battle of Normandy. #DDay #WWII http://t.co/xdDjaqTI

— Mark S. Verbin (@docvarmint) June 6, 2012

Three years later, still the most moving experience of my life. We don't say it enough: Thank you. #DDay http://t.co/lEGrkW6b

— delrayser (@delrayser) June 6, 2012

Thank you to those who stormed the beaches, took the cliffs and freed a continent. We should never forget #DDay

— Mitt Romney (@MittRomney) June 6, 2012

Remembering the heroes who bravely stormed the beaches of Normandy 68 years ago today. Because of them, we live in freedom today. #DDay

— Kelly Ayotte (@KellyAyotte) June 6, 2012

Today, we remember the 68th anniversary of the greatest invasion the world has ever known, Operation Overlord #DDay http://t.co/RFIRSC5B

— Allen West (@AllenWest) June 6, 2012

Today marks the 68th Anniversary of #DDay. So thankful for our heroes in uniform who sacrificed for freedom.

— Governor Mike Pence (@GovPenceIN) June 6, 2012

68 years ago, #the greatestgeneration undertook most important operation in history to free Europe. Eternally grateful to them for #DDay.

— Tim Scott (@SenatorTimScott) June 6, 2012

160,000 brave men arrived on Normandy's shores 68 years ago to liberate Europe. We remember and honor them on this D-Day anniversary.

— Senator Pat Toomey (@SenToomey) June 6, 2012

Today marks the 68th anniversary of #DDay. Let’s all take a moment to reflect on the sacrifices of the Greatest Generation. #USA #sayfie

— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) June 6, 2012

Today, on the 68th anniversary of #DDay, we honor the brave #veterans who stormed Normandy & fought to preserve our freedom

— Mark Kirk (@SenatorKirk) June 6, 2012

Remembering D-Day: Never was so much owed by so many to so few http://t.co/Nmg13y0W

— Saxby Chambliss (@SaxbyChambliss) June 6, 2012

68 years ago U.S. & allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy and freed a continent. We will never forget their sacrifices. #DDay

— Senator Dan Coats (@SenDanCoats) June 6, 2012

In honor of the 68th anniversary of #DDay, headed to Senate floor shortly to discuss our bill, the World War II Memorial Prayer Act of 2012

— Rob Portman (@senrobportman) June 6, 2012

Today marks the 68th Anniversary of the Allied Invasion of Europe, also known as "D‐Day" http://t.co/cTTTEkQI

— U.S. Army (@USArmy) June 6, 2012

Today in 1944, Allied aircraft flew 15,000 interdiction, close air support, and airlift sorties supporting the D-Day invasion.

— U.S. Air Force (@usairforce) June 6, 2012

2day in @NavyHistoryNews 1944 – D-Day. 2,700 ships and craft land troops on Normandy beaches, the largest amphibious landing in history.

— U.S. Navy (@USNavy) June 6, 2012

D-Day: Thanks to all those who stormed the beaches of Normandy this day in 1944. Ooh-rah!

— U.S. Marines (@USMC) June 6, 2012

Thank you to those who gave everything for our freedom.

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