CBS 11 had the honor of documenting the emotional journey of eight WWII vets from North Texas as they returned to Normandy, France.
Today we traveled from Caen, to Sainte-Mere-Eglise, home to the museum for the United States Airborne troops from WW2.
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 traveling to Normandy, France with a group of World War II U.S. Veterans and blogging about it just for you.
As I sit in the dining area at my local Las Colinas Five Guys and Fries burger joint, I stare down at the totally customizable beauty before me and revel in its juicy greatness! Not too many things can top a beautiful day, and a double cheeseburger with bacon in hand!
So many do so much to honor our veterans, but this just may be one you’ve never heard done. A group of North Texas Marines have planned a mission. They are going to read the name of every veteran lost in conflict, aloud, on a single day.
A North Dallas WWII veteran captured the images of that war with little more than a pencil and pieces of paper.
More than 73,000 Americans who fought in WWII are still missing. Until recently, that number included a group of Marine aviators. CBS 11 takes a look at how a family from Lucas traveled to the South Pacific to help find the heroes and bring them home.
WW2 arrived in the little town of Frost just as it arrived everywhere else in America, and the Stevenson men did their part to defend our nation.