Dose Of Doug
In this report: There was a woman who traveled with our eight veterans back to Normandy, and she has a connection to WW II that these men had to see for themselves. Most had not met Peggy Harris before this trip, but now they’ll never forget her or her story.
During the ceremony on June 6 at Pointe du Hoc, Major Earl Tweed was approached by a man in a blue jacket who only spoke French, but wore an American flag tie.
At 0630, the sun was shining brightly, first time this week. Almost an omen, to say our men deserved a glorious day, to remember, reflect, and to celebrate themselves, and the lives lost.
Today we traveled from Caen, to Sainte-Mere-Eglise, home to the museum for the United States Airborne troops from WW2.
When you write, and share stories for a passion, and a living, a day like today here in Normandy, is one you dream of. But that dream-like day, comes with an emotional price, no matter if you’re an observer, or the writer.
Halfway between Paris and Caen is the small French town of Les Ventes. The town turned out today for the return of the wife of an American veteran.
CBS 11 Anchor, Doug Dunbar is headed to Normandy, France with a group of WWII vets, and blogging about it for you.
CBS 11 Anchor Doug Dunbar is traveling to Normandy, France with a group of World War II U.S. Veterans and blogging about it just for you.
We are in the middle of Easter week. It’s a time filled with thoughts of spring. Trees and flowers begin to bloom. And grocery store shelves are packed… with Peeps!
This week, my daughter won something, but turned myself and her mom into even bigger winners. It goes so much further than the trophy that she received.
My recent interview with Mark Kelly lasted only about 15 minutes. But if you do this job long enough, and you can tell a lot about any person pretty quickly.
Absolutely shocked. That was my reaction when someone from our news desk called me on Saturday evening and told me that Chris Kyle had been murdered.