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Obama Schedule || Friday, June 6, 2014

9:00 am CEST || Departs Paris
9:50 am || Arrives Normandy region
10:20 am || Meets with WWII and post-9/11 U.S. veterans; Omaha Beach, Normandy, France
10:40 am || Attends the 70th French-American Commemoration D-Day Ceremony and delivers remarks; Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial, Omaha Beach
11:40 am || Tours observation deck with French President Hollande; Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial, Omaha Beach
1:15 pm || Participates in a leaders family photo; Bénouville, Normandy, France
1:25 pm || Has lunch with the heads of state; Bénouville, Normandy
3:00 pm || Attends the Ouistreham International Ceremony at Sword Beach, Normandy
5:05 pm || Departs Normandy region
6:05 pm || Arrives Paris
6:10 pm || Meets with embassy staff and family members; Paris Orly International Airport
5:05 pm || Departs Paris
8:45 pm ET || Arrives White House

All times Central Eastern European Summer Time – which is six hours ahead of U.S. Eastern Time – except as noted

15 Responses to Obama Schedule || Friday, June 6, 2014

  1. I’ll bet anyone on this board $50.00 that he brings his golf clubs to Normandy. I’ve been there and they have some awesome grass.

    • Grace, do yourself a favor and google the Reagan Normandy speech. It’s also titled The Boys of Point du Hoc. When we had a real leader. I would link it here but I’m not aware of the rules for linking on Keith’s site.

      • Thanks. Here is a tribute from AOS blog. Click the picture links and the video of Eisenhower’s D Day speech.

        Makes you proud that Reagan speech as well as Eisenhower and the efforts of all these brave men and women.

        Those were the days — when America had Presidents they could be proud of and Presidents were proud of their country.

        God bless them all.

        Check it out.

  2. OT. Looks like The Doss is getting around.

    K, Your Michelle Obama Reuters column was linked in the the principal link behind the DRUDGE headline and it was mentioned with a link to the Reuters article at AOS.


    Guess you’ll be getting some company.

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