Shopping Cart (0 items)
View Cart (0 items)
100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
Shopping Cart (0 items)
View Cart (0 items)
100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
25% Off Clothing & Accessories - Custom Style For Fall!     Ends Wednesday    Code: FALLHASBEGUN    Details

Uh oh...Unknown 0 can’t display all the features of our site.

May we suggest an alternative browser? Because you won’t want to miss out on all this goodness.
First Wave at Omaha by Ken Riley World War II Tees
Pre-
Order
Pre-order today! Your design will be made and shipped as soon as our manufacturers are ready to begin production.
First Wave at Omaha by Ken Riley World War II Tees
Front
Front
Back
Back
Full Front
Full Front
Full Back
Full Back
Safe area(what is this?)
Design area
Bleed line

Product Details

Style: Kids' Basic Hanes Tagless ComfortSoft® T-Shirt

Comfortable, casual and loose fitting, the Kids' Basic Hanes Tagless T-Shirt is a family favorite. Made from 6.0 oz, pre-shrunk 100% cotton, this crew neck shirt wears well on kids of all sizes. Fits true to size.

Read more...

About the Design

First Wave at Omaha by Ken Riley World War II
First Wave at Omaha: The Ordeal of the Blue and Gray by Ken Riley

Behind them was a great invasion armada and the powerful sinews of war. But in the first wave of assault troops of the 29th (Blue and Gray) Infantry Division, it was four rifle companies landing on a hostile shore at H-hour, D-Day -- 6:30 a.m., on June 6, 1944. The long-awaited liberation of France was underway. After long months in England, National Guardsmen from Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia found themselves in the vanguard of the Allied attack. In those early hours on the fire-swept beach the 116th Infantry Combat Team, the old Stonewall Brigade of Virginia, clawed its way through Les Moulins draw toward its objective, Vierville-sur-Mer. It was during the movement from Les Moulins that the battered but gallant 2d Battalion broke loose from the beach, clambered over the embankment, and a small party, led by the battalion commander, fought its way to a farmhouse which became its first Command post in France. The 116th suffered more than 800 casualties this day -- a day which will long be remembered as the beginning of the Allies' "Great Crusade" to rekindle the lamp of liberty and freedom on the continent of Europe.

Image reproduction rights can be found in the link near the bottom of this description.
http://www.ng.mil/resources/photo_gallery/heritage/omaha.html
Read more...
Created By wallarts :
Report this product

We can't move forward 'til you fix the errors below.

First Wave at Omaha by Ken Riley World War II Tees

$21.95
per shirt
Size:
Qty:
The value you specified is invalid.
* plus applicable embroidery conversion fee
In Stock Ships tomorrow 100% Satisfaction No Setup Fees No Minimum Orders Highest Quality No Hassle Returns
Add to wishlist
The value you specified is invalid.
Also add to:
Added to wishlist
Like
Help us personalize your shopping experience by telling us what you like. (learn more)
Share
Share an image of this product on a blog, on a website, or with your friends.
Your design has been saved.
Save $3.00 on Toddler T-Shirt
Color:
Style:
$21.95
$23.95
$24.95
$37.95
SWEET! This Product Qualifies For: 25% Off Clothing & Accessories - Custom Style For Fall!     Ends Wednesday    Code: FALLHASBEGUN    Details

More Essential Accessories

Reviews

5 star:
0
4 star:
0
3 star:
0
2 star:
0
1 star:
0
98% reviewers would recommend this to a friend
This product is most recommended for Birthdays
Have you purchased this product?  Write a review!

Comments

No comments yet.

Other Info

Product ID: 235542679751078061
Made on: 9/24/2011 2:02 PM
Reference: Guide Files