After D-Day had end, the beaches were covered in blood, people and fallen buildings.The total number of U.S. casualties was 1,465 dead, 3,184 wounded, 1,928 missing and 26 captured. Of the total U.S. figure, 2,499 casualties were from the U.S. airborne troops, 238 of them being deaths. The casualties at Utah Beach were relatively light: 197, including 60 missing. However, the U.S. 1st and 29th Divisions together suffered around 2,000 casualties at Omaha Beach. The total number of German casualties were 4,000 to about 9,000.The German casualty records were unclear due to the confusion of the invasion. In the end, the Allies may have won the beach heads and cut off the German armored division, but they achieved very little of their goals. They wanted to capture Normandy, but they only captured the beach heads. They still had to liberate France and hold out against the German war machine.