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POINTE DU HOC, France - Seventy-five years ago Thursday, a battalion of elite U.S. Army Rangers scaled the 100-foot promontory overlooking Omaha Beach, with nothing more than ropes and rickety ladders. As enemy gunfire and grenades rained down, picking them off as they climbed, the Rangers secured the strategic high ground and silence a small battery of long-range German guns that had been moved inland.

A man took a free mask from Southside Community Services employees James Robinson (center) and Tonya White on Friday as part of a new program …

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