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D-Day Vets In Their 90s Parachute Into Normandy 75 Years Later, This Time To Cheers

Three nonagenarians were among 200 parachutists marking the anniversary of the allied invasion of Europe, June 6, 1944. They leaped into the same fields once occupied by Nazi forces.

The first time Tom Rice jumped out of a plane over the Normandy coast, German soldiers were firing into the sky and about to launch a deluge of bullets and gunfire

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