Ernie and Johnny Dale from Maidstone were one of two sets of brothers serving on board HMS Frobisher off the Normandy beaches on D-Day. Ernie manned a gun on deck while Johnny was an ammunition worker below decks.
Frobisher was given specific targets - German bun batteries - to destroy. She was allocated to Support Force D off Sword Beach on D-Day to give covering fire to the landing troops. Later she was a depot ship and helped take the wounded on board.
Working in different parts of the ship, they sometimes found it difficult to keep track of each other. They've been sharing their recollections with Meridian ahead of today's anniversary.
More top news
A special ceremony has been held in Brighton to remember an African slave boy who died in the city on this day (20th June) in 1870.
Fred and Sangeeta introduce our coverage of the independent panel's report into hundreds of deaths at Gosport War Memorial Hospital.
Holly has the latest weather forecast.