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September 3, 2015 During the Ypres-Lys Campaign of World War I, four American divisions fought alongside their Allied counterparts in Belgium and northeastern France, providing critical reinforcements to war-weary armies that had been fighting for four long years.
August 25, 2015 World War I saw the introduction of technologies and methods of warfare never  experienced before. No developments proved more revolutionary than those related to air power.
Roses bushes bloom outside the visitor center at Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery.
August 20, 2015 Renovations to the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery Visitor Center will begin September 9, 2015. This construction will impact parking and access to the visitor center. The cemetery will remain open with normal operating hours during this work.
This historic image shows concrete barriers, wire fencing, and other obstacles on the beach.
August 19, 2015 In 1942 the Allies faced a difficult situation in Europe. Almost the entire continent remained Axis-controlled.
This memorial, a granite “memory stone,” is etched with a historical tribute to America’s armed forces.
August 13, 2015 Located along the northwestern portion of the Hawaiian island chain, Midway Atoll marks the location of the pivotal, World War II Battle of Midway.
August 10, 2015 The hard-fought Italian Campaign of World War II, which lasted more than a year, proved a critical element to the eventual victory in Europe.
Headstones at Normandy American Cemetery are decorated with small French and American flags.
July 28, 2015 A major horticultural project is underway at Normandy American Cemetery.
Curving lines of headstones at Cambridge American Cemetery.
July 14, 2015 Applications are now being accepted for the 2015-2016 Understanding Sacrifice: World War II in the Mediterranean Teacher Institute program.
June 24, 2015 The Meuse-Argonne Offensive of World War I  ranks as one of America’s most significant battles in terms of  men and equipment engaged,  the numbers of dead and wounded, and the strategic consequences.

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