LANDING -- Along 100 miles of Normandy coast between Cherbourg and Le Harve.
PROGRESS -- Masses of tanks, infantry move inland; Germans say beachhead 15 miles long, "several kilometers" deep south of Le Havre; reports parachute troopers in Caen and Rouen, 41 miles from coast; Prime Minister Churchill, Gen. Sir Bernard L. Montgomery pleased with advance; President Roosevelt says its's "up to schedule."
CASUALTIES -- Light on beaches; naval casualties less than expected.
AERIAL -- 11,000 plans pulverized defenses; 1,000 troops transport planes, gliders carried thousands of paratroopers into France.
NAVAL -- 4,000 Allied warships pounded west wall, thousands of landing crafts ferried troops; U.S. battleship Nevada, two cruisers revealed among striking forces; U.S. losses two destroyers, a landing ship.