In a tank near the Liege, Belgium, field hospital, U.S. Army buddies Louis Charles, left, and Moses Smith, right, visit Charles Adderley, center, with his injured arm in a sling. Adderley, from Miami, was part of the U.S. Armed Forces who invaded Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944. He recently received France’s highest award, Knight in the Legion of Honor.
In a tank near the Liege, Belgium, field hospital, U.S. Army buddies Louis Charles, left, and Moses Smith, right, visit Charles Adderley, center, with his injured arm in a sling. Adderley, from Miami, was part of the U.S. Armed Forces who invaded Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944. He recently received France’s highest award, Knight in the Legion of Honor. Gerald Ball
In a tank near the Liege, Belgium, field hospital, U.S. Army buddies Louis Charles, left, and Moses Smith, right, visit Charles Adderley, center, with his injured arm in a sling. Adderley, from Miami, was part of the U.S. Armed Forces who invaded Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944. He recently received France’s highest award, Knight in the Legion of Honor. Gerald Ball

At 92, former soldier from Overtown is honored for his D-Day service

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