"Exciting. Dreadful. Scary.": WWII veterans reflect on D-Day anniversary squib

World War II veterans are making an emotional return to the shores of Normandy for the 75th anniversary of D-Day. The organization Forever Young Senior Veterans is bringing 14 men back. Among them is 99-year-old Sherwin Callander, one of the first men to arrive at Utah Beach and help take troops to shore, George Mills, who got to Normandy more than 20 days after D-Day and 96-year-old Stanley Friday, who landed at Utah Beach in August and fought throughout Europe as an army scout. "CBS This Morning" co-host Anthony Mason spoke with them about their experiences and what they hope people remember.
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