On June 6th, 1944 they carried
the flag of freedom.
Now it’s our turn.

Years ago, more than 150,000 soldiers, sailors, and airmen fought to secure and ensure freedom for the world during D-Day. Liberty was their gift. And it’s our duty to protect and defend it.

Though we may not be called upon to serve on the battlefield as they did, we can honor, learn and serve the cause of freedom in big and small ways.

Whether it’s volunteering to make a difference for others in our communities, supporting today’s military volunteers as they defend freedom around the world, or simply visiting the National D-Day Memorial and teaching future generations about the importance of service, we all have a duty to keep the spirit of D-Day alive each and every day.