From the NFRW Armed Services Committee
On D-Day, Allied forces consisted primarily of American, British and Canadian troops but also included Australian, Belgian, Czech, Dutch, French, Greek, New Zealander, Norwegian, Rhodesian and Polish naval, air or ground support. The troops landed at five beaches around Normandy, France, code-named Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno, and Sword. The main body consisted of 156,115 U.S., British and Canadian troops, 6,939 ships and landing vessels, and 2,395 aircraft and 867 gliders that delivered airborne troops. It was the largest naval, air, and land military operation in history.