- D-Day Squadron
- The Mighty Fifteen
- D-Day Daks—The European Contingent
- D DAY DOLL
- First, Now Last
- Jumping Into History
- Liberty Jump Team
- Final Witness
The veteran C-53D Skytrooper operated by the Commemorative Air Force Inland Empire Wing recently returned to Normandy to mark this 75th anniversary year of the D-Day invasion.
Warbird Digest chronicles the European-based C-47-type aircraft that took part in the D-Day 75th anniversary celebrations.
An ambitious attempt to fly as many C-47s from North America as possible in order to celebrate the 75th anniversary of D-Day in Normandy.
Dan McBride is the last survivor from his own "Band of Brothers."
David Hamilton, Lt. Col., USAF (Ret), was one of the first to pilot an aircraft over Normandy, taking part in the initial phase of the D-Day operation. Today, he is the last survivor of the Pathfinder pilots.
The WWII Airborne Demonstration Team were determined to take part in the D-Day 75th anniversary in force.
The fifteen U.S.-based Douglas C-47-type aircraft of the D-Day Squadron's trip to Normandy, illustrated with a brief history of each participating aircraft.