Yes, yesterday was the anniversary of the D-Day landings. All but Omaha beach suffered light to moderate casualties . The 29th and 1st Infantry divisions lost over 2000 casualties and the Germans between about 2000 to 3000. While at nearby Utah beach? 197 U.S. casualties.
12 hours of intense fighting at Omaha, hence : The Longest Day.
None of the D-Day planned objectives were met either but it gave the Allies the foothold they needed. If Hitler would have released his reserve Panzer divisions? It might have been pushed back into the sea. This is what Rommel and Von Runstedt wanted so badly to do. Destroy the invasion on the beaches.