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Project Vigil: D-Day 2014, The saluting boy on Omaha beach #Video

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On June 6th, 2014, an 11 year old boy wanted to say thank you to the soldiers who fought and died on Omaha beach on D-Day morning 70 years earlier. This is how he did it.

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  • BA Added Very, very nice Mel. This boy's father is raising him right. I am afraid that today that is not the case due to the propaganda being spread by many who hate the USA. Thanks to this boy, his father and to you Mel.
  • Gert Added Tears flow each time I watch this. Such a moving video!
  • garnella5 Added SO SO TOUCHING. THANKS ME;.
  • Janet Added very, very touching
  • Kenneth D Massara Added I am not ashamed to admit my eyes filled with tears before the finish and still moist as I type. My parents raised 3 boys and 2 daughters. The oldest with parents permission became a Marine at 17 and assisted in removing the enemy from Iwo. A few years I enlisted in AF and assisted in the training of new recruits for approximately 20 months and received AP training from Army before deployment to Korea in 53 to assist in removal of foreign units. The youngest of us not required to become in Nam but sibling rivalry forced the US Army to take him in. Granada frags sent him home. Both have proceeded me to the other side and are awaiting my arrival. I will be 90 couple days and have no plans to join then anytime soon. That young man and his father will never know how many moist eyes they created, memories they restarted. The Pride they we hold for all of our troop's male 0r female, then and now!