Personal stories, statistical data, and details surrounding the massive logistical effort of D-Day, the invasion of the beaches at Normandy, France, by the Allied Forces on June 6, 1944. This costly event led to the eventual liberation of Europe from Nazi Germany towards the end of World War Two. D-Day was, at its time, the most meticulously planned operation in military history. This documentary produced for the 70th Anniversary of D-Day focuses on the invasion of Omaha Beach by the American forces under General Omar Bradley. The film uses raw data gathered through forensic laser scanning, 3D computer modeling, and eye-witness accounts to shed new light on this important turning point in World War II. The run time of this video is approximately one hour.