We Honor our
Past & Present
What did Rommel experience leading up to his defense of Normandy?
Read this installment in our continuing series - Chasing Rommel
and learn what Rommel was thinking as he tried to defend Hitler’s
undefendable Fortress Europa.
"Don't Let Their Glory Fade"
The Normandy Research Foundation honors our past and present military veterans by keeping alive the story of the American troops on D-Day. We present the dramatic stories as they unfold from home front to battlefield.
Central to our mission is the Warrior in Normandy (W.I.N.) Project, a program to unite present day war heroes with the heroes of Normandy. We raise funds through local presentations to sponsor hosted travel and educational opportunities for active duty and retired military veterans so they may experience first hand our nation's rich military history in Normandy, France.
The W.I.N. Project sponsors travel and educational opportunities for our present and past war heroes' hosted travel to Normandy, France to commemorate the battles fought during WW II.
Hosted by a passionate expert of America's military history, our presentations present factually
accurate, emotional journeys of the critical events that led to victory on the beaches of Normandy.
Re-live the hard fought battles as illustrated in images of memorials, battlegrounds and vintage photography of American troops as they led the efforts that resulted in the Allied liberation of Western Europe.
Images of Normandy
Normandy Research Foundation Director, Amelia McNutt's images of her many travels to Normandy records her extensive research and experiences to illustrate the D-Day experience.
Photo Gallery Credit: Amelia McNutt