Every headstone is a reminder of the price at which our freedoms and our way of life are won.
On June 6, 2019, we remember the stories and sacrifices of those who were a part of the Allied landings in Normandy.
More than a half million Americans gave their life during World War I and World War II. They died fighting to protect freedom and democracy around the world. Hear family members remember those they lost, who are buried overseas in North Africa American Cemetery.
Watch historic footage produced by the Coast Guard, showing and explaining elements of the Normandy invasion.
On May 8, 1945 World War II ended in Europe. This piece was produced by the United News Company in 1945. Courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration
June 6, 2014 marks the 70th anniversary of the Allied landings along the Normandy Coast. Hear ABMC Secretary Max Cleland reflect on this historical event.
ABMC Secretary Max Cleland remembers the sacrifice of our fallen this Memorial Day weekend.
Seen at the Normandy Visitor Center, this tells the story of three men who were killed in action on D-Day or soon after.
Seen at the Normandy Visitor Center, this tells the story of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower’s decision to launch Operation Overlord.
Seen at the Normandy Visitor Center, this movie tells the story of five men who lost their lives during the World War II Normandy Campaign.
Established by Congress in 1923, ABMC manages 26 overseas military cemeteries, and 29 memorials, monuments, and markers.
This World War II cemetery in France contains the graves of nearly 9,400 war dead, and nearly 1,600 names on the Walls of the Missing.