Our Services

In an effort to commemorate the service, achievements, and sacrifice of the members of the U.S. armed forces buried and memorialized at our sites world-wide, we offer a number of services to the public.

  • Family Assistance: Receive assistance from an ABMC staff member upon your arrival at the cemetery. Staff members are available to escort family to gravesite locations, assist with photographs, and give a guided personal tour of the site. Visit our cemetery pages for specific cemetery contact information.
     
  • Floral Decorations: Order floral decorations for placement at a grave or memorialization site to commemorate an individual. Weather-permitting, a digital photograph of the placed floral decoration is shared with the donor.
     
  • General Information: Ask a question or request information about ABMC. Visit our contact page to make this request.
     
  • Korean War Honor Roll Certificates: Order an Honor Roll Certificate to commemorate an individual who lost their life during the Korean War.
     
  • Letter Authorizing Fee-free Passports: Request a fee-free passport letter for overseas travel to a grave or memorialization site if you are an immediate family member.  Visit our contact page to make this request.
     
  • Lithographs and Photographs: Order a photograph or lithograph of a headstone or tablet of the missing. This service is provided to family of those buried or memorialized at our sites.
     
  • Travel Information: Request cemetery and memorial information to include best in-country routes and modes of travel, and information on accommodations near sites is available to any visitor. Visit our cemetery pages for specific cemetery contact information.

Order Flowers, a Lithograph, or Korean War Honor Roll Certificate

Order an Honor Roll Certificate to commemorate an individual who lost their life during the Korean War.

Order floral decorations for placement at a grave or memorialization site to commemorate an individual.

Order a lithograph of a headstone or tablet of the missing. This service is provided to family of those buried or memorialized at our sites.

Learn More About ABMC

Established by Congress in 1923, the American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) commemorates the service, achievements, and sacrifice of U.S. armed forces.