Cemeteries & Memorials

ABMC administers, operates, and maintains 25 permanent American burial grounds on foreign soil. Presently there are 124,905 U.S. war dead interred at these cemeteries to include 30,922 of World War I, 93,233 of World War II and 750 of the Mexican War. Additionally 14,907 American veterans and others are interred in the Mexico City National Cemetery, Corozal American Cemetery and Clark Veterans Cemetery. More than 94,000 names of the missing are memorialized at the World War I and II cemeteries overseas and at the East Coast, West Coast and Honolulu Memorials in the United States: 4,452 names from World War I; 78,983 names from World War II; 8,200 names from the Korean War, and 2,504  names from the Vietnam War.

ABMC also maintains 26 memorials, monuments and markers worldwide. Three memorials in Washington, D.C. – the American Expeditionary Forces Memorial, the Korean War Memorial and the World War II Memorial – were established by ABMC and are now administered by the National Park Service.

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