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D-Day; Omaha Beach, 1944
U.s marines stormed Omaha beach in 1944. It proved a tough nut to crack, due to the fact that the beach was sourrounded by high cliffs, and was the most well defended. The U.S. forces captured the beach, but sustained over 3,000 casualties as a result. Hope you like it!! Please rate and comment.
About this creation

A close up of the german lines, and the cliff.

U.S. marines wade ashore, under heavy fire.
A Navy medic puts a man out of his misery, after the man had his leg blown off. He's lost so much blood, he's turned white.

A marine gets hit in the chest with a mortar, and is blown to pieces.


A German Flak-38 gun emplacement.
A waterfall.

A top view of the waterfall and the rock work around it.

A side view.


The main group of marines fight their way towards the trenches.

The german pillboxes, and block houses.

A german foot soldier is hit with a bazooka.

A german soldier in a trench, with a panzershrek.
The german trench.


The gun emplacement.

A wounded german soldier is treated by two army doctors.
Marines.

A top view.

The waterfall rockwork.

The front of a captured pillbox.


The whole scene. Thanks foe viewing!!! Please rate and comment.



Comments

 I like it 
  September 6, 2013
Excellent work although U.S. Marines were stationed in the pacific theater ONLY so they couldn't of been there but the U.S. army and rangers were in the beach landing the navy too they had driven the landing boats but Fantastic job :D!
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  April 19, 2013
I've been to Omaha beach, and I've seen the soldier graves. Good depiction of a sad period in history.
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  July 25, 2012
Love the brown rock work on the side! Great creation!
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  June 19, 2012
A great tribute to "Bloody Omaha"! Loved the landscaping and bunkers. Only problems: needs more BrickArms, and you need a more consistent soldier design. But still, my overall rating on the creation is Very Good! Thank you for making one of the only good D-Day creations! Also, for an idea for a US soldier, check out my "WWII US Infantryman".
 I made it 
  May 6, 2012
Quoting Shock Wave Lots of Action. Very Nice. http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/9663
Why the URL? Whats it for? Thanks everyone!!
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  May 5, 2012
Great work!
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  May 5, 2012
This is great! Good job on this!
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  May 4, 2012
Dide this is amazing great job!!! It's so epic I love it!!
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  May 4, 2012
Wow! This is amazing!
  April 27, 2012
Lots of Action. Very Nice. http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/9663
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  April 25, 2012
Excellent job!
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  April 25, 2012
Action-Packed! Way to include a lot of exciting details! We just studied this in school; you really gotta take your hat off to those guys who stormed the beach. Way to honor them.
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  April 25, 2012
My Great Grandfather who recently died was there
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  April 25, 2012
My Great Grandfather who recently died was there
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  April 24, 2012
FANTASTIC! loving the rockwork and the waterfall! but I'd work on those pics, mate.
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  April 23, 2012
This is a pretty good build, but why does the Panzerschrek not have a blast shield?
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  April 23, 2012
A-MA-ZING! You're SO good at building dioramas!
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  April 22, 2012
Not bad at all. I would say the ground needs a bit of work, maybe adding some details here and there; especially as regards the trenches. (you have a row of tan bricks which could use some sprucing up). I like how you've textured the water, too. Very nice build overall.
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  April 22, 2012
Very realistic and awesome!
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  April 22, 2012
Very nice and realistic looking battlefield!
Mr. Simpson
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Admiral Varkov
  April 21, 2012
Excellent build! The flak cannon and pillboxes are especially good!
Mr. Simpson
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Vladimir R.
  April 21, 2012
Hmm, did I just saw PPŠ there? Well, to be honest, I absolutely donīt care if this is accurate or not, this is one amazing MOC. Keep bringing such awesome work.
Mr. Simpson
Hoe Boe
  April 21, 2012
I hope you know that that is inaccurate. First, the U.S. ARMY took Omah, not the Marines, and the U.S. never used PPsh41`s. The flack and Germans would be after the U.S. took the beach. And there were no waterfalls.
 I made it 
  April 21, 2012
Thanks you guys!!! My friend Ronan didn't want me to say this, but I think he deserves it!! He built the Flak gun. I built everything else. He didn't want me to site his name, for some strange reason, and he doesn't have any creations on his home page, but please give him credit for the flak 38!! Thanks everyone!! RORY
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  April 21, 2012
Nice. I really like the flak gun.
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  April 21, 2012
Very nice. I really like the flame work with the soldier who was hit by the bazooka.
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  April 21, 2012
Very nice. I really like the flame work with the soldier who was hit by the bazooka.
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  April 21, 2012
Very good! The water looks great and the flak gun is amazing! Keep up the good work! :D
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  April 21, 2012
Epic build love all the action!!!!
 
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