Sunday, June 6 at 3 a.m. ET and 9 p.m. ET

Tune in to FNC this Sunday morning for "D-Day, June 6 1944: Tribute to the Brave," hosted by Rick Folbaum and featuring live reports from Normandy in remembrance of the invasion 60 years ago.

FNC's Greg Palkot will report from the American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-Mer, one of 14 permanent American WWII cemeteries built on foreign soil. He'll talk with many veterans, families and friends who are visiting the site where nearly 9,400 men and women are buried.

Correspondent Amy Kellogg will report live from Pointe du Hoc, a cliffside location between Utah and Omaha beaches where U.S. Rangers faced a very tough fight with the Germans.

And Fox's Rick Leventhal will report live from Omaha Beach, a site made famous lately by the film "Saving Private Ryan," interviewing a number of veterans who participated in the history-making event.

James Rosen will also report on President Bush's trip to Normandy.

Live events will include President Bush's speech at the American Cemetery, the ceremony at the British Cemetery in Bayeux with British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Queen Elizabeth II, French President Jacques Chirac and an International Meeting and Luncheon of Heads of State.

Plus — Be sure to tune into "D-Day 60th Anniversary Ceremonies," airing Sunday, June 6 at 9 p.m. and hosted by Oliver North and David Asman.

The hour will include highlights of the events of the day. You don't want to miss it!