Just some thoughts:
“HOW’S YOUR JUNE THE 5th GONE?”
“The pilots started their engines. A giant cacophony of sound engulfed the airfield at each C-47 in its turn lurched into line of the taxi strip. A the head of the runway, the pilots locked the brakes and ran up the engines until they screamed. Then, at ten-second intervals, they released the brakes and started down the runway, slowly at first, gathering speed, so overloaded that they barely made it into the sky.”
D-Day June 6, 1944 Stephen E. Ambrose
Thus Monday night June 5th, 1944. Seventy-six years ago.
By the way how’s your June the 5th, 2020 in comparison?
June 5, 2020