U.S. ARMY ASSAULT TRAINING CENTER  
A sixteen square mile corner of south west England, ten miles of Atlantic coastline, beaches, cliffs, headlands and sand dunes. 

The only British location in World War II where American D-Day spearhead troops learned and trained in the tactics and skills of amphibious assault.

Research and exploration has built up a definitive and detailed history of this historic and unique site that was vital to the success of D-Day June 6th 1944.