This Utah Beach polo shirt is the emblematic textile of the Landing Museum.
The latter having taken place on June 6, 1944 on the beach of Utah Beach.
The Martin B-26 Marauder is an American medium bomber used during the Second World War on the European front and in the Pacific War.
At the end of the conflict 5,157 copies were built.
There are only 3 left in the world today, one of which is on display at the Utah Beach Landing Museum.
This bomber belonged to Major David Dewhurst.
The pilot welcomed Roger Lovelace to his team in December 1942.
The crew receives their plane at Selfridge and Lovelace intends to find him a nickname as tradition dictates.
The idea therefore comes from the mechanic Jack Dunn, called Dynamite Dunn.