In honor of the 70th anniversary of D-Day, viewers sent in photos of their fathers and grandfathers who served in WWII. Click here to add yours, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
My grandfather Col. Ken Northamer in WW2 My grandfather Col. Ken Northamer in WW2 wearing his bombers jacket, he flew P51 Mustangs, B26, B18, F80 and F86
My father, Marvin Dwight Felix, who fought in the 45th Division of the U.S. Army. He told us many, many stories of the battles he was in.
Proud of my daddy, Lyman Trescott who served in WWII, who is currently 93 years old. He just had the honor of visiting Washington DC for the first time on his Honor Flight.
So proud to call the man on the far right my pops. He was a large influence in my life. He passed in 1994 and I regret never asking him the details about his service.
Fred Chapman, 6th Armored Divison D-Day+6
My grandfather Don "Big Daddy" Craig, seated front row, third from the right; Shore Patrol in Shanghai. I'm not sure of the year. Don was captured and spent over two years as a POW. He passed away twenty years ago.
Picture of my father, Marvin Dwight Felix, who fought in the 45th Division of the U.S. Army. He told us many, many stories of the battles he was in.
This is my father, Lt. Benjamin Martin. He served in the Army-Air Corp during WW II.
My dad was a WWII vet. Howard Reider - 1921-2011. He went through basic training in South Beach, where he met my mother. Hence the palm trees.
My Dad, Edward Ray Stagner. WWII Veteran, POW in Germany.
My hero and dad, Edward "Red" Radford fought on D-Day at Omaha Beach in Normandy on the front lines in the First Infantry Division, "Big Red One". He never thought he would make it out and to be alive and well 70 years later is remarkable.
This is my Uncle - Richard Faulkner in WWII, he was shot down (the only one of his plane to survive) and survived 29 days behind enemy lines coming back to England through the French Underground. At the time he did not want the Purple Heart medal, however he just received it - 70 years after the fact. He is my hero!
Sgt. Walter Gursky - B17 Waist Gunner (Rear row; 4th from left) 349th Bomb Squadron 100th Bomb Group Killed in Action on first mission - 29 July 1944 over Merseburg, Germany
Pvt. Michael W. Matlosz 790 Railway Operating Company; WWII Pacific Theater
D Day Hero. Kenneth Reynolds. One of the original UDT frogmen who trained in Fort Pierce in the 1940's at the site of the current UDT Navy Seal Museum. Mr. Reynolds is currently in hospice. True Hero and proud of his country.
My grandfather Col. Ken Northamer in WW2 wearing his bombers jacket, he flew P51 Mustangs, B26, B18, F80 and F86
Happy D Day! Here is another pic of my fav WWII Vet, Al LeMay!! 91 years young. At 91 he still dances, bowls, plays golf and anything else he wants to do.
Chloe Sherwood Leazer, Jr. WWII Veteran. Stationed in Tinian, 509th Bomb Wing.
My Grandfather This is a photo of my beautiful Grandfather Alfred "Freddy" Morelli who served in WWII
Pvt. Kenneth Lampe WWII European Theater; Medical Collecting Company
91 Year Old USN WWII Vet. This is Al LeMay, he's 91 years young! He is my favorite Vet! He has more energy than friends/family half his age. He still dances, bowls, plays golf, and is sharp as a tac!! (In pic is Al Maeyens, his son-in-law, (an Elvis impersonator), who you have featured on your news broadcast as the Stroke Survivor, and myself.
Kermit Douglas Smith WWII Veteran. Stationed in England in the 8th Army Air Force. Mechanic on B-17's.
My Father, WWII This is a picture of my father, Ralph Terrulli, on the left, in Naples Italy during WWII. I don't know the man on the right. This picture originally had 5 men in it and was cut down. My father passed in 2007 but he will always be my here.