‘HistoPad’ offers new view of D-Day at National Museum of the US Air Force


DAYTON, Ohio — The French and the Americans are working together again on a D-Day project — this time to give museum visitors the opportunity to travel back in time and experience the milestone World War II invasion 75 years later.

From the viewpoints of a paratrooper snagged on a church steeple or a soldier firing a bazooka at a German tank, visitors at Ohio’s National Museum of the U.S. Air Force can soon be transported to Normandy, where the June 6, 1944, attack happened.

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