Organization holds tree dedication ceremony for WWII Veterans


BEDFORD (WSLS10) – On Saturday, World War II veterans came together to remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. Members of the 95th Infantry Division Association hosted the 67th Annual World War II reunion at the National D-Day Memorial in Bedford.

Fifteen World War II veterans attended a tree dedication ceremony and it was in honor of those served during the war, specifically those who broke the Atlantic Wall at Omaha Beach.

“They’ve had an exceptional time and are really interested in the area and frankly loved the beauty of our valley here,” Jim Archer, President of the 95th Infantry Division Association said

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