Where did American forces land on d-day?
During World War I, the commander of the American land forces in Europe was General John J. 'Blackjack' Pershing. With a long, distinguished career of military service behind him, Pershing proved capable, if not entirely above criticism, as overall commander of the 'American Expeditionary Force' in the European theater.
dday what a final attack of the axis powers on the allies no mate... dday was he day that the retard from America predicted the end of the world on 21st may 2011.. and failed. haha to all the believers.. if it was me saying we were gona die tomorrow.. you wouldn't believe me would you. but yeah dday is now 21st october 2011... which ain't gona happen either. so yeahh that's all there is…
Any member of the former 20th century US Army was part of the land forces. The US Army (in the 20th century) had jurisdiction over all land wars. You most likely mean "conventional forces or conventional troops", aka "regulars." US Regulars...conventional troops (meaning not SEALs, not Special Forces (Green Beret), not military advisors (also a duty of the Special Forces and SEALs) were deployed to RVN in 1965 under the orders of LBJ.
The Battle of Yorktown (or Siege of Yorktown) was the last major land battle of the American War Of Independence. The combinded American forces of General George Washington and French forces of General Comte de Rochambeau were victorious over British forces led by General Lord Cornwallis. The defeat prompted the British government to negotiate an end to the conflict.