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American Battle Monuments Commission's Services to the Public

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Originally published on Published Online: August 04, 2014 
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This information is excerpted from the American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) website as a service to HistoryNet's readers. For more information on ABMC, visit their website at

Click here to read HistoryNet's interview with ABMC's Director of Public Affairs, Tim Nosal.

The following information and services are provided without cost to relatives of those interred in or memorialized at ABMC cemeteries and memorials:

  • Name, location and general information about the cemetery or memorial in which they are interested;
  • Plot, row and grave number, or memorialization site;
  • Suggested routes and modes of travel in-country to the cemetery or memorial;
  • General information about accommodations available in the vicinity of the cemeteries and memorials;
  • Letters authorizing fee-free passports for members of the immediate family traveling overseas specifically to visit a grave or memorialization site;
  • Black and white photographs of headstones and sections of the Tablets of the Missing on which the name is engraved;
  • Large color lithographs of the cemeteries and memorials on which photographs of the appropriate headstones or Tablets of the Missing are mounted;
  • Arrangements for floral decoration of grave and memorialization sites and, if possible, a photograph of the decoration in place.

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