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AF Reservists, Army, British soldiers honor French village for D-Day support

Air Force Reserve Senior Master Sgt. Edward Dabrowski chats June 1, 2012, with a resident of Picauville, France, during a World War II remembrance dinner. U.S. military members, led by Air Force Reserve Maj. Gen. Wallace W. "Wade" Farris Jr., earlier laid a wreath in honor of fallen aircrews and paratroopers who perished during the invasion of France, U.S. Soldiers and Airmen, together with British paratroopers, took part in the ceremonial event commemorating the 68th Anniversary of the Normandy D-Day invasion. Later, U.S. and British forces dined with members of the Picauville community where they honored the village for their continued remembrance of the Allied invasion forces. Farris is the 22nd Air Force commander, an Air Force Reserve organization and Dabrowski is a C-130 flight engineer assigned to the 440th Airlift Wing. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Stephen J. Collier)

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