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Ken Moore, #DDay medic who treated both sides in small French church, dies at 90: https://t.co/…

Ken Moore, #DDay medic who treated both sides in small French church, dies at 90: https://t.co/…

A stained-glass window casts a light in an Angoville-au-Plain, France, church in this photo from June 2011. U.S. Army paratroopers wrested the village from Germans after the Allied invasion of France on June 6, 1944. The church was used by 2 Army medics, Ken Moore and Bob Wright, to care for both U.S. and German soldiers as fighting raged outside. Michael J. MacLeod/U.S. Army Blood-stained church pews still bear witness to the carnage that took place in and around Angoville-au-Plain, France, from June 6-8, 1944. Medics Bob Wright and Ken Moore turned the church into a makeshift casualty collection point and provided first aid there to both American and German soldiers. Adam Hallmark/U.S. Army Related A brotherhood born of heroes in Normandy D-Day landings The Normandy Veterans Association at its height had more than 100 branches across Britain and 15,000 members. But unlik...

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