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American Attack on Omaha and Utah Beaches during D Day It was 1944 and the United States had now been an active participant in the war against Nazi Germany for almost three and a half years nearly six years for the British During that period occurred a string of engagements fought with ferocious determination and intensity on both sides There is however one day which stands out in the minds of many American servicemen more often than others June 6 1944 D-Day was a day in which thousands of young American boys who poured onto the beaches of Utah and Omaha became men faster than they would have ever imagined possible Little did they know of the chaos and the hell which awaited them on their arrival Over the course of a few hours the visions of Omaha and Utah Beaches and the death and destruction accompanied with them formed a permanent fixation in the minds of the American Invaders The Allied invasion of Europe began on the 6th of June 1944 and the American assault on Utah and Omaha beaches on this day played a critical role in the overall success of the operation Astor 352 An extensive plan was established for the American attack on Utah and Omaha Beaches The plan was so in-depth and complex its descriptions detailed the exact arrivals of troops armor and other equipment needed for the invasion and where exactly on the beach they were to land Before the landings were to begin the coastal German defenses had to be adequately prepped and softened by a combination of a massive battering by United States ships and bombing by the United States Air Force Between the hours of 0300 and 0500 hours on the morning of June 6 over 1000 aircraft dropped more than 5000 tons of bombs on the German coastal defenses As soon as the preliminary bombing was over the American and British
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