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Plaque honoring the destroyer USS Corry, the only US warship lost on D-day, US Navy Monument, Utah Beach, Sainte Marie du Mont, France, September 2017 (Photo: Sarah Sundin)

Plaque honoring the destroyer USS Corry, the only US warship lost on D-day, US Navy Monument, Utah Beach, Sainte Marie du Mont, France, September 2017 (Photo: Sarah Sundin)

Plaque honoring the destroyer USS Corry, the only US warship lost on D-day, US Navy Monument, Utah Beach, Sainte Marie du Mont, France, September 2017 (Photo: Sarah Sundin)

One response to “Plaque honoring the destroyer USS Corry, the only US warship lost on D-day, US Navy Monument, Utah Beach, Sainte Marie du Mont, France, September 2017 (Photo: Sarah Sundin)”

  1. Gary Misenheimer says:

    My Dad was on that ship. They were told they were expendable and to draw fire off the beach. They are all gone now.

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