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As the world commemorates the 60th anniversary of D-Day (search), we’ll pay tribute to the thousands of heroes that were created that day with historians Flint Whitlock, author of “The Fighting First;” Patrick O'Donnell, author of “Operatives, Spies and Saboteurs,” and David Isby, author of “G.I. Victory.”
World War II paratrooper Donald Burgett, author of “Currahee!,” shares his firsthand experience of parachuting into France on D-Day.
Plus, Lynelle Johnson and the USO Troupe of Metropolitan New York add some patriotic tunes to our D-Day countdown.
And, we’ll be joined by Bill Beigel, World War II historical researcher, who spends hours researching veterans so that their living family members can learn the truth about their service in the war.
We’ll examine the reception President Bush received in Europe with Fox News contributors Ellen Ratner and Jim Pinkerton.
Representative Porter Goss has quickly emerged as a possible successor to CIA Director George Tenet. As the frontrunner for the position, will he even want to take the job? We’ll ask a man who knows Goss personally, Rep. Mark Foley, R-Fla.
How will the capture of an aide to one of Usama bin Laden’s top lieutenants impact the War on Terror? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Special Forces Lt. Col. Tim Eads, Fox News military analyst.
Plus, we’ll examine the stories of those who learned life's lessons and overcame some major obstacles with Neil Cavuto, host of “Your World with Cavuto” and author of “More Than Money.”
And, key witnesses taking the stand at Scott Peterson's double murder trial. Did they do damage to the defense, or throw punches at the prosecution's case? Craig Mitnick, criminal defense attorney, weighs in.
We’ll continue our D-Day anniversary celebrations with:
• Thomas Blakey, former paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division
• Robert Cowley, military historian and author
• Samuel Newland, professor of military history
• Retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Robert Scales
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