British veterans parachute over Normandy 75 years after making D-Day jump

Two British war veterans in their mid-nineties parachuted over the fields of Normandy, northern France, on Wednesday, 75 years after they jumped behind German defences on D-Day in an operation that helped turn the tide of World War Two. Dressed in red jumpsuits, 95-year-old Harry Read and 94-year-old Jock Hutton performed tandem jumps with the British Parachute Regiment's freefall display team, the Red Devils.