Veterans Day Remember and Honor: Then, Now, Forever

Master Sergeant Charles Shay, veteran of WWII D-Day Allied invasion of Omaha Beach with US Ambassador to France Denise Campbell Bauer, and ABMF Directors Lt Gen Olivier Tramond (French Army Ret) and former U.S. Ambassador Craig Stapleton.


CONTACT: Christine Burtt, Executive Director, American Battle Monuments Foundation
[email protected]

Veterans Day Remember and Honor: Then, Now, Forever

ABMF Director of Military & Veterans Outreach available for interview
DENVER, CO (Sunday, November 6) More than 218,000 American service members are buried or memorialized (remains missing) at 26 American military cemeteries and 32 monuments away from the homeland. We are building a network of activeduty military, veterans, their families and those who appreciate their service to tell the stories of those who died in defense of freedom.
Our purpose and focus are reflected in our motto: ABMF We Remember and Honor: Then, Now, Forever.

We are the American Battle Monuments Foundation, abmf.org, the official nonprofit partner of the American Battle Monuments Commission (abmc.gov.) ABMC is the US federal agency charged with maintenance and management of these hallowed sites.

https://vimeo.com/767792519 password: ABMF2022 3:33 minutes

Tom Clark, ABMF Director of Military & Veterans Outreach, is available for interview. Mr. Clark served for 27 years in the U.S. Army. His father served in the U.S. Navy during WWII. Four of his uncles volunteered and fought in WWII. His grandfather served in the U.S. Army in WWI and was wounded in the Battle of MeuseArgonne.

Clark’s assignments included HR Director, Secretary of the Army, Office of the Administrative Assistant; Sergeant Major to the Adjutant General and SGM Deputy Chief of Staff Personnel and Communities, U.S. Army Europe. He is the former executive officer for the American Battle Monuments Commission, Overseas Operations.
To schedule an interview with Tom Clark, please contact Christine Burtt at 303.328.5193
[email protected]
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