Rosie

Virginia Ball was instantly identifiable — and a popular figure — as a former Rosie the Riveter at the 75th D-Day commemoration Thursday at the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum. Ball was one of eight former Rosies honored for their service during World War II.

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