Photo #: 80-G-252567
Normandy Invasion, June 1944
U.S. Army trucks move inland from "Omaha" Beach, soon after the landings there.
Note: .50 caliber quad anti-aircraft gun in the left foreground; barrage balloon overhead; USS LCT-305 on the beach in center, with a "Rhino" (RHF) just offshore to the right; and ships in the distance being positioned for scuttling as part of the "Gooseberry" artificial harbor.
See Photo # 80-G-252564 for a view of these ships after they were sunk.
Official U.S. Navy Photograph, now in the collections of the National Archives.
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11 December 2003