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Historic photos shows Eisenhower sitting on the ground eating his lunch.
June 25, 2017 On June 25, 1942 Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower assumed command of the European Theater of Operations U.S. Army. His experience in war planning and operations, gave him an appreciation of war on a global scale - a major necessity as American forces began wartime operations.
Square floral wreaths sit at the base of the new monument.
June 20, 2017 On the 73rd anniversary of the D-Day landings, the American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) dedicated two new monuments to mark the importance of Dartmouth, England in World War II.
Rows of headstones located at Epinal American Cemetery.
June 15, 2017 A maintenance project to repair the entrance road and drainage channels at Epinal American Cemetery is underway.
Historic photo of Pershing arriving, with lines of French troops greeting him.
June 13, 2017 On June 13, 1917, a little more than two months after the United States entered World War I, Gen. John J. Pershing arrived in France with his staff to establish American forces in Europe.
This historic images shows the B-24 flying.
June 11, 2017 The U.S. Army Air Forces (AAF), the predecessor to the U.S. Air Force, prepared for global war in January 1942.
Historic photo showing the aircraft after it made it back from the battle.
June 6, 2017 As a significant turning point in the Pacific during World War II, the Battle of Midway in June 1942 shattered the advancing Japanese forces.
Historic photos shows smoke coming from ship and heavy antiaircraft fire.
June 4, 2017 Seventy five years ago, from June 4-7, 1942, the U.S. Navy and the Imperial Japanese Navy battled for the island of Midway and control of the central Pacific.
Chiodo sits aginst a black backdrop.
May 26, 2017 To commemorate Memorial Day, ABMC is releasing “Memorial Day 2017: The Cost of Freedom.” This short film features three family members who have a loved one buried overseas.
Men in WWI uniforms charge down a hill.
May 25, 2017 Miles upon miles of trenches, and burned out wasteland from the millions of rounds of munitions covered the French countryside at the end of World War I.

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