Hear President Barack Obama deliver remarks during his visit to Flanders Field American Cemetery in Belgium on March 26, 2014. Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo of Belgium and his Majesty King Phillipe of Belgium accompanied the president on this visit, and they also delivered remarks.
1st Lt. Glenn U. Brooks, Jr., went missing in action on March 22, 1943, after a German bomb clipped the wing of his plane.
Capt. Timothy Barber of the 79th Division, 313th Regiment died October 10, 1918 in the midst of the World War I Meuse-Argonne Offensive. Learn more about the 313th Regiment and the hard fought battles of this offensive.
On June 6, 1944 U.S. Army Rangers climbed the 100 ft. cliffs of Pointe du Hoc, destroyed a critical German battery and took control of the coastal highway, playing a crucial role in the Allied success of D-Day. Hear these Rangers recount their memories from that fateful day, and remember their comrades that perished.
As a young lieutenant in the U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II, 1st Lt. Kenneth H. Underwood died May 18, 1944 in his P-38 Lightning, as he prepared for D-Day. Hear his son and grandson recount his story of service and sacrifice during World War II.
With more than 218,000 men and women buried and memorialized at ABMC sites throughout the world, Secretary Max Cleland reflects on the critical importance of honoring our fallen every day of the year.
As a young merchant marine, Lt. Murray M. Blum died December 3, 1943 during World War II trying to save another man's life. Hear his selfless story of sacrifice.
On Sunday, July 28, 2013 the American Battle Monuments Commission dedicated the new U.S. Monument at the U.N. Memorial Cemetery in Korea.
Watch the full 2012 Memorial Day Ceremony at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery. Video courtesy of American Forces Network Europe.
Seen at the Normandy Visitor Center, this tells the story of three men who were killed in action on D-Day or soon after.