The plaque text:
ROYAL AIR FORCE
6th June 1944
21 Base Defence Sector
15082 GCI & Mobile Signals Units
In memory of the gallant radio and radar technicians of the 2nd Tactical Air Force who landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day to provide ground controlled radar protection for the American beachhead. Six of those who died here that day are buried in the Bayeux War Cemetery.
6 June 2012, Association "Deep Respect"
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- Text: Randy Brandt
- Photos: Jeroen Koppes (1) & Randy Brandt (2-3)