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June 6 1944 Military forces converge on the beaches of Normandy for oneof the most decisive battles of World War Two America would call this a victoryHistory would call it D-Day But for Captain Miller and his squad of young soldiersthe day after the landing on Omaha Beach would change all of there lives Theywould get a special order from Washington ordering them to go on a personnelmission to save one life One soldier lost three of his brothers in combat One onOmaha Beach one on Utah Beach and the other in New Guinea They realize this isnot a simple mission to save a life but a test of their honor and duty Their soleobsession-and their last hope for redemptionUpon arriving at Omaha Beach Captain Miller was faced with many problems The Germans were awaiting the arrival of the American forces and attacked the shipslanding on the beach before the troops were even able to exit the boats Many ofMillers men were lost on the beach along with many men from many other companies Miller lead his mean along a wall on the beach and over took German forces to escapewith most of this troop in tact What he didnt realize was that on of the men lost onCaptain Miller continued to lead his men into enemy territory despite the lossof some of his men He then reached a friendly base set up Upon arriving at the basehe received orders that his mission would be changing He was told of the PrivateRyan that died at the Omaha beach invasion He was also told of the other two Ryanboys from Iowa that had already died in the war He wasnt really sure why he wasbeing told this Then the worst part came He was ordered to try to find the oneremaining Ryan brother No one was sure where he was or if he was even alive Hewas told of an earlier incident where three brothers from
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