Remember June 6, 1944, D-Day

Today is the 69th anniversary of the invasion of France to liberate Europe from the Nazis.

This week I mentioned D-Day was Thursday. One of our young secretaries stated she did not know about D-Day.

D-Day for WW II was on June 6, 1944. D-Day is the day the Allies launched the largest military operation, at the time, to free France and all of Europe from the Nazi occupation. This week the U.S. Senate lost their last World War II (WW II) veteran, Sen. Lautenberg. He served in the Army Signal Corps from 1942-46. After separating from the Army Sen. Lautenberg used the GI Bill to earn an economics degree and eventually serve New Jersey as a U.S. Senator.

Education benefits are one of the benefits veterans earn by serving their country. See

The Law Office of Robert B. Goss, PC, hopes all Americans and free people stop and reflect on the sacrifices of the WW II veterans, their families, and all veterans and their families since WW I.

God Bless you all.

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