The Cape Henlopen ferry has an incredible history dating back to WWII
The Cape Henlopen ferry has been sailing back and forth across the Long Island Sound for the last 30 years. But 74 years ago, the ship was called the USS LST-510 and took part in the Allied invasion of Normandy on D-Day during World War II. NBC’s Jimmy Roberts explores its history in this week’s Sunday Closer.
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