D-Day

Badly outnumbered and without adequate weaponry or supplies, the 2nd Battalion Rangers put it all on the line as they wade deep into Germany’s foremost French outpost, high upon the Pointe du Hoc cliff, during D-Day. Their orders, destroy German machine guns and cannons, seem impossible, but with the war’s outcome hanging in the balance, the Rangers valiantly battle to secure the objective and bring about the fall of Nazi Germany. Along the way, the Rangers learn just as much about each other as they learn about the enemy.
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