Airborne museum houses one-of-a-kind artifacts that honor historic jump during D-Day invasion
Photo Credit: Sgt. Fay Conroy
A restored World War II-era anti-aircraft gun sits on display on the grounds of the Airborne museum in Sainte Mere Eglise, France. The grounds of the museum showcase a variety of different World War II weapons and armored vehicles. The white parachute on the church in the background is the town’s memorial to Pvt. John Steele, who landed on the church on D-Day.
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