D-Day survivor moved by Trump tribute

When President Donald Trump singled out 98-year-old Ray Lambert in his Normandy speech at the 75th-anniversary commemoration of D-Day, the WWII survivor took it as a tribute for all the men who fought that day. (June 6)

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AP follows D-Day vet as he returns to Omaha Beach

Dragging them behind a large chunk of concrete on Omaha Beach, Army medic Ray Lambert saved many people on D-Day before his own four wounds forced him to be evacuated. But as he stands on that Normandy beach ahead of the battle’s 75th anniversary, the 98-year-old told the AP, he thinks most about the ones he couldn’t help. (June 5)

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AP with D-Day vet as he speaks to French students

D-Day veteran Ray Lambert told French students he still hears voices when he looks out on the English Channel. AP is following the 98-year-old D-Day vet as he returns to France. Lambert says kids are the key to history never repeating itself. (June 4)

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AP travels with D-Day vet to France 75 years later

Army medic Ray Lambert already had two Purple Hearts and a Silver Star before he landed with the first wave of Allied troops who landed in Normandy on D-Day, 1944. At 98, the North Carolina man is returning one last time to Omaha Beach and he is taking a reporter with The Associated Press with him. (June 3)

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