Paul Stambaugh was buried at sea on June 6th, 1944 aboard the USS Corry as a Gunner's Mate Second Class. Stambaugh made the ultimate sacrifice for his country, and the fight for the preservation of freedom. He will forever live on as a silent hero that contributed to the greater good of the world.

Paul Stambaugh is remembered on the Tablets of the Missing at Normandy American Cemetery. The Normandy American Cemetery contains 9,387 graves, most of whom died during the landings on Omaha beach.

The Normandy American Cemetery houses the most WWII American soldiers than any other WWII cemetery.

Normandy beach was the landing point for the largest invasion by sea in history that led to many lives lost, but solidified the inevitable defeat of German forces.

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