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Surviving Vets Remember D-Day Horrors
He landed on the beach with the 29th Infantry Division on D-Day plus one a day later because the beach had been cluttered with the debris of war and yet what he saw did nothing to minimize the pain of those images.
"I wound up in a couple of days of grave registration,'' recalls Paul A. Popovich, who lives in Cold Spring. "There were so many. We had to go ahead and get the dog tags so they would have some record of them. That was my first-day assignment.'' Full Story
They are in their early 80s. One served in the Pacific, the other in Europe during the war. This weekend they will be among thousands who gather at the National Mall in Washington D.C. for the dedication of the National World War II Memorial. Full Story
Back to the Future
COVINGTON — As a civil war raged, American GIs faced hostile forces and Covington contemplated a bar ban. Full Story