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Screenshot from video shows Simonet amongst the headstones.

Hear Assistant Foreman Christophe Simonet talk about why he’s proud of working at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery.

Historic photos shows soldiers in uniform

Idaho provided over 19,000 to the U.S. Armed Forces during World War I. Of these 782 died overseas. The 41st Division (National Guard) drew units and troops from Idaho. Draftees from Idaho provided manpower to the 91st Division, the “Wild West Division”, as it stood up and organized.

Rows of marble headstones dot the landscape with the English Channel in the background.

The observation table at Normandy American Cemetery that overlooks Omaha Beach is temporarily closed due to renovation work to the landing map. The observation table is expected to reopen in May 2018.

Men and women in the official party stand during the ceremony.

During Memorial Day weekend 2018, ABMC sites throughout the world paid tribute to the men or women buried and memorialized overseas.

Battle map shows lines of American, British and German troop movement.

On March 18, 1943  the 1st Ranger Battalion, commonly known as Darby’s Rangers for their commander William O. Darby, seized El Guettar, a town in central Tunisia where several roads from the south and the coast come together.

The Avenue, which connects Madingley village with the A14, will be partially closed beginning February 20, 2017. The section of road affected runs from the junction with the A14 to the junction with Dry Drayton Road.

Historic photo showing soldiers thrusting bayonets forward.

Georgia contributed more than 100,000 men and women to the U.S. armed forces and their auxiliaries during World War I. The 31st Division (National Guard) drew troops and units from Georgia. The 82nd Division drew many of its selected servicemen from Georgia. The 82nd Division fought in the St.

The Honolulu Memorial includes eight Courts of the Missing.

During February 2018, DPAA accounted for 15 service members who lost their lives in World War II, the Korean War or the Vietnam War. ABMC will add a rosette next to each of these names.

Historic photo shows soldiers standing in front of brick monument.

Florida provided over 42,000 to the U.S. armed services during World War I. Of these, 1,134 gave their lives. More than 13,000 African-American soldiers served from Florida, over 30 percent of the troops raised. The 31st Division (National Guard) drew troops and units from Florida.