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From West to East, by beach and section: Utah: Tare Green, Uncle Red, Victor Omaha: Charlie, Dog Green, Dog White, Dog Red,Easy Green, Easy Red,Fox Green, Fox Red. Gold: How, Item, Jig, King Juno: Love, Mike, Nan Sword:Oboe, Peter, Queen, Roger. (from a map obtained at Duxford Museum)

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