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Historic photo shows soldiers sitting on rubble examining items.
February 27, 2018 Over 67,000 residents of Connecticut served in the U.S. armed forces during World War I. Of these roughly 1,100 died, many from influenza.
Large ship with floating pier and helipad next to grouping of 15 smaller vessels.
February 26, 2018 Barely 20 years after the end of World War II, the United States found itself embroiled in a very different kind of conflict.
A view from the top of the chapel at Netherlands American Cemetery.
February 22, 2018 ABMC has begun the planning process for a new visitor center at Netherlands American Cemetery.
Historic photos shows mostly children working in the garden.
February 21, 2018 About 43,000 Coloradans served in the U.S. military during World War I. Of these, about 4,500 were National Guardsmen, 1,500 volunteers of other types, and the remainder selected servicemen (draftees). Over 1,000 died in service.
Historic photos shows men in uniform holding cages in hand.
February 15, 2018 California provided over 112,000 soldiers to the U.S. Army and Marines during World War I. The 40th Division (National Guard) was largely drawn from California, as was the 117th Engineer Regiment of the 42nd Division.
Black and white image showing Bruce Malone.
February 14, 2018 ABMC has more than 400 dedicated employees world-wide who work daily to ensure the sacred mission of the agency is fulfilled.
February 13, 2018 Arkansas provided almost 72,000 soldiers during World War I, of whom over 18,000 were African Americans. The 39th Division (National Guard) drew units and fillers from Arkansas.
Secretary Matz shakes hands with a man amidst snow fall.
February 12, 2018 Secretary William M. Matz, Jr., spent time overseas last week at a number of ABMC cemeteries and memorials in France to gain a better understanding of the operational needs of the agency.
Engraved columns at the entrance of Suresnes American Cemetery.
February 9, 2018 Due to ongoing snowfall in the Paris area and visitor safety concerns, Suresnes American Cemetery closed today, Friday, February 9, 2018 at noon local time.