Multimedia

Multimedia

Browse photos, videos, interactive websites and apps dedicated to memorializing those who served in the U.S. Armed Forces overseas. Their service, achievements, and sacrifice are illuminated — dive in to learn more.

Photos

The U.S. and international official delegations at the Battle of the Bulge 75th Anniversary Ceremony at Luxembourg American Cemetery on December 16, 2019.
High Royal Highness the Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg delivers remarks at the Battle of the Bulge 75th Anniversary Ceremony at Luxembourg American Cemetery during which he thanked the American service members who are honored at the cemetery for their sacrifice on behalf of his country.
Leaders from the U.S., Luxembourg, Belgium, Poland and Germany were amongst the official delegations that attended the Battle of the Bulge 75th Anniversary ceremony. From left to right: Prime Minister of Luxembourg Xavier Bettel; His Royal Highness the Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg; Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley; U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg Randy Evans; Secretary of the American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) William Matz; and Chairman of ABMC David Urban.
U.S. Marines assigned to the U.S. Embassy in Luxembourg escort World War II Veterans during the Battle of the Bulge ceremony at Luxembourg American Cemetery.

Videos

We honor more than 200,000 service members every day of every year
Since its creation in 1923, #MemorialDay has been commemorated at ABMC around the world.
Every year on the last Monday of May, we commemorate Memorial Day.
Superintendent Bert Caloud and he and his staff continue to honor our fallen during covid-19.

Interactives

Learn about the “friendly invasion” of Great Britain by the United States during WWII. Their mutually beneficial relationship deepened during the war when hundreds of thousands of Americans came through the British Isles.
Follow the path of Allied forces from the first crossings into mainland Italy through the eve of subsequent amphibious landings at Anzio and Nettuno.
Pilots battled air-to-air to gain control of the sky. While the United States did not officially enter the war until nearly three years after it began, the “Flying Yanks” of World War I were into the fight well before that.
Allied forces fought fierce battles up the boot of Italy during World War II. By the fall of 1944, after more than a year of arduous campaigning, Rome and most of Italy had been liberated.

ABMC Apps

Cambridge American Cemetery App
Download the free Cambridge American Cemetery app to serve as your personal tour guide.
Flanders Field American Cemetery App
Download the free Flanders Field American Cemetery app to serve as your personal tour guide.
Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery App
Download the free Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery app to serve as your personal tour guide.
Normandy American Cemetery App
Download the free Normandy American Cemetery app to serve as your personal tour guide of the cemetery.
Pointe du Hoc App in English
Download this free app and experience the history of Pointe du Hoc, and tour this World War II D-Day landing site in France.
Pointe du Hoc App in French
Download this free app and experience the history of Pointe du Hoc, and tour this World War II D-Day landing site in France.
Sicily-Rome American Cemetery App
Download the free Sicily-Rome American Cemetery app to serve as your personal tour guide.

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