I wasn’t in the first or second, or third (wave). I went in two days later. But they weren’t 300 yards from the beach. So I was in the Normandy invasion in that sense. I helped get through Saint Lo. After we broke through Saint Lo, we went across France. I was in Patton’s Third Army. I was a lieutenant in the infantry. I got shot once in Normandy, stayed in the hospital 11 days, went back still with the bandage on. They left the bullet in there. It’s still there. They said, “It will take you three months if we operate and cut it out,” said “You can get back in ten days if it stays in.” So they filled it full of that stuff that was just out, what did they call it then? Powder? Pat you on the rear and you get on back to your crew.