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This gray granite marker honors the 29th Infantry Division for its service during World War II. On the top of the marker is the unit insignia with the words “29 Lets Go”. Inscribed on the memorial is the dedication to the 29th that stormed ashore on Omaha Beach on June 6, 1944 in France and suffered severe casualties. It states that “Our Comrades Lie in Distant Fields. They Gave the Last Full Measure of Their Devotion, Sleep, Comrades, Forever Young. We Salute You. Remember Us.” On the reverse side is inscribed the battles/campaigns in which the 29th participated, the unit awards received including 5 Presidential Unit Citations and battle casualties – 20,327 killed, wounded and missing.

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