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Rangers PDH CP 6-6

Pointe du Hoc, D-day, 6 June 1944: Lt. Col. James Rudder's Command Post was set in a cratered niche at the edge of the cliff. Lt. Eikner, in charge of the communications section, is near the center, drinking from his canteen (US Navy photo)

Pointe du Hoc, D-day, 6 June 1944: Lt. Col. James Rudder’s Command Post was set in a cratered niche at the edge of the cliff. Lt. Eikner, in charge of the communications section, is near the center, drinking from his canteen (US Navy photo)

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