Most of the day today I've been listening to first-hand accounts of some of the World War II soldiers who fought in the Normandy Invasion in France on D-Day, on both radio and television. Every year on the anniversary of D-Day, as far as I can remember, the stories sent shivers up my spine and continue to to this day. For those of you who don't know, I'm a huge WWII buff--no historian, but I grew up reading and studying the European and Pacific theaters of war and always had a love affair with WWII movies, from Midway to Battle of the Bulge to Steven Spielberg's superb dramatization of the Normandy landings in Saving Private Ryan. But to listen to the real-life soldiers tell it the way they saw, felt and survived it is something that should never be lost on us, now and in the future. These soldiers really were the Greatest Generation.