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Visitors Center Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
Visitors Center Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
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  • Date of photography: 2013-04-25 08:58:40
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°32'43"N - 5°28'1"O
  • The American Cemeteries and Memorials all over the World are kept in immaculate condition. The trouble is the maintenance can get in the way of the phototography, or not if you also enjoy taking pictures of Scania trucks. The approach drive at Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial in Belgium leads to the memorial, a stone structure bearing on its façade a massive American eagle and other sculptures. Within the memorial is the chapel, three large wall maps composed of inlaid marbles, marble panels depicting combat and supply activities and other ornamental features. Along the outside of the memorial, 463 names are inscribed on the granite Tablets of the Missing. Rosettes mark the names of those since recovered and identified. The façade on the far north end, that overlooks the burial area, bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. This cemetery is unique among all ABMC cemeteries as it served as the central identification point for the entire European Theater of Operations from the last days of the war until 1960. The Ardennes American Cemetery is the final resting place for 5,317 Americans, with 65 percent of those being fallen airmen of the U.S. Army Air Forces. Their headstones are aligned in straight rows that compose the form of a Greek cross. Along the outside of the memorial, inscribed on granite slabs, are the names of 463 of the missing, whose remains were never recovered. The façade on the far (north) end that overlooks the burial area bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. Dedicated: 1960 Location: Belgium Burials: 5317 Missing in Action: 463 Acres: 90.50
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The Chapel of Rest Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
The Chapel of Rest Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
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  • Date of photography: 2013-04-25 08:59:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°32'45"N - 5°27'58"O
  • The American Cemeteries and Memorials all over the World are kept in immaculate condition. The trouble is the maintenance can get in the way of the phototography, or not if you also enjoy taking pictures of Scania trucks. The approach drive at Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial in Belgium leads to the memorial, a stone structure bearing on its façade a massive American eagle and other sculptures. Within the memorial is the chapel, three large wall maps composed of inlaid marbles, marble panels depicting combat and supply activities and other ornamental features. Along the outside of the memorial, 463 names are inscribed on the granite Tablets of the Missing. Rosettes mark the names of those since recovered and identified. The façade on the far north end, that overlooks the burial area, bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. This cemetery is unique among all ABMC cemeteries as it served as the central identification point for the entire European Theater of Operations from the last days of the war until 1960. The Ardennes American Cemetery is the final resting place for 5,317 Americans, with 65 percent of those being fallen airmen of the U.S. Army Air Forces. Their headstones are aligned in straight rows that compose the form of a Greek cross. Along the outside of the memorial, inscribed on granite slabs, are the names of 463 of the missing, whose remains were never recovered. The façade on the far (north) end that overlooks the burial area bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. Dedicated: 1960 Location: Belgium Burials: 5317 Missing in Action: 463 Acres: 90.50
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Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
  • Author: davidseall Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-04-25 08:51:24
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°32'51"N - 5°27'59"O
  • The approach drive at Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial in Belgium leads to the memorial, a stone structure bearing on its façade a massive American eagle and other sculptures. Within the memorial is the chapel, three large wall maps composed of inlaid marbles, marble panels depicting combat and supply activities and other ornamental features. Along the outside of the memorial, 463 names are inscribed on the granite Tablets of the Missing. Rosettes mark the names of those since recovered and identified. The façade on the far north end, that overlooks the burial area, bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. This cemetery is unique among all ABMC cemeteries as it served as the central identification point for the entire European Theater of Operations from the last days of the war until 1960. The Ardennes American Cemetery is the final resting place for 5,317 Americans, with 65 percent of those being fallen airmen of the U.S. Army Air Forces. Their headstones are aligned in straight rows that compose the form of a Greek cross. Along the outside of the memorial, inscribed on granite slabs, are the names of 463 of the missing, whose remains were never recovered. The façade on the far (north) end that overlooks the burial area bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. Dedicated: 1960 Location: Belgium Burials: 5317 Missing in Action: 463 Acres: 90.50
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Bronze sculpture representing American Lost Youth Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
Bronze sculpture representing American Lost Youth Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
  • Author: davidseall Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-04-25 08:47:44
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°32'52"N - 5°28'2"O
  • The approach drive at Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial in Belgium leads to the memorial, a stone structure bearing on its façade a massive American eagle and other sculptures. Within the memorial is the chapel, three large wall maps composed of inlaid marbles, marble panels depicting combat and supply activities and other ornamental features. Along the outside of the memorial, 463 names are inscribed on the granite Tablets of the Missing. Rosettes mark the names of those since recovered and identified. The façade on the far north end, that overlooks the burial area, bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. This cemetery is unique among all ABMC cemeteries as it served as the central identification point for the entire European Theater of Operations from the last days of the war until 1960. The Ardennes American Cemetery is the final resting place for 5,317 Americans, with 65 percent of those being fallen airmen of the U.S. Army Air Forces. Their headstones are aligned in straight rows that compose the form of a Greek cross. Along the outside of the memorial, inscribed on granite slabs, are the names of 463 of the missing, whose remains were never recovered. The façade on the far (north) end that overlooks the burial area bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. Dedicated: 1960 Location: Belgium Burials: 5317 Missing in Action: 463 Acres: 90.50
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Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
  • Author: davidseall Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-04-25 08:40:30
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°32'56"N - 5°27'51"O
  • The approach drive at Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial in Belgium leads to the memorial, a stone structure bearing on its façade a massive American eagle and other sculptures. Within the memorial is the chapel, three large wall maps composed of inlaid marbles, marble panels depicting combat and supply activities and other ornamental features. Along the outside of the memorial, 463 names are inscribed on the granite Tablets of the Missing. Rosettes mark the names of those since recovered and identified. The façade on the far north end, that overlooks the burial area, bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. This cemetery is unique among all ABMC cemeteries as it served as the central identification point for the entire European Theater of Operations from the last days of the war until 1960. The Ardennes American Cemetery is the final resting place for 5,317 Americans, with 65 percent of those being fallen airmen of the U.S. Army Air Forces. Their headstones are aligned in straight rows that compose the form of a Greek cross. Along the outside of the memorial, inscribed on granite slabs, are the names of 463 of the missing, whose remains were never recovered. The façade on the far (north) end that overlooks the burial area bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. Dedicated: 1960 Location: Belgium Burials: 5317 Missing in Action: 463 Acres: 90.50
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Grave of Technical Sergeant Charles F Carey Jr recipient of the Medal of Honor Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
Grave of Technical Sergeant Charles F Carey Jr recipient of the Medal of Honor Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
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  • Date of photography: 2013-04-25 08:36:54
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°32'49"N - 5°27'50"O
  • Born in Canadian, Oklahoma, entered the service at Cheyenne, Wyoming and served as a Technical Sergeant in the 379th Infantry, 100th Infantry Division, United States Army. On January 8, 1945, at Rimling, France, he was in command of an antitank platoon when about 200 enemy infantrymen and 12 tanks attacked his battalion. Acting entirely on his own, he organized a patrol, rescued 2 of his squads from a threatened sector and evacuated the wounded. He organized a second patrol and advanced against an enemy held house from which he killed 2 snipers. Then he entered alone and a few minutes later emerged with 16 prisoners. With the information he furnished, American forces were able to capture an additional 41 Germans in adjacent houses. He assembled another patrol, moved to within a few yards of an enemy tank and damaged it with a rocket. As the crew attempted to leave their burning vehicle, he calmly shot them with his rifle, killing 3 and wounding a fourth. Early in the morning of January 9, German infantry moved into the western part of the town and encircled a house in which he had posted a squad. Four of the group managed to escape, by maneuvering up a staircase against the building, he was able to rescue the remaining men. Later that day, when attempting to reach an outpost, he was struck and killed by sniper fire. He was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor in July 1945. Birth 23 Dec 1915 Canadian, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, USA Death 9 Jan 1945 (aged 29) Rimling, Departement de la Moselle, Lorraine, France Burial Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neuville-en-Condroz, Arrondissement de Liège, Liège, Belgium Plot C-29-12
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Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
  • Author: davidseall Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-04-25 08:37:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°32'55"N - 5°27'52"O
  • The approach drive at Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial in Belgium leads to the memorial, a stone structure bearing on its façade a massive American eagle and other sculptures. Within the memorial is the chapel, three large wall maps composed of inlaid marbles, marble panels depicting combat and supply activities and other ornamental features. Along the outside of the memorial, 463 names are inscribed on the granite Tablets of the Missing. Rosettes mark the names of those since recovered and identified. The façade on the far north end, that overlooks the burial area, bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. This cemetery is unique among all ABMC cemeteries as it served as the central identification point for the entire European Theater of Operations from the last days of the war until 1960. The Ardennes American Cemetery is the final resting place for 5,317 Americans, with 65 percent of those being fallen airmen of the U.S. Army Air Forces. Their headstones are aligned in straight rows that compose the form of a Greek cross. Along the outside of the memorial, inscribed on granite slabs, are the names of 463 of the missing, whose remains were never recovered. The façade on the far (north) end that overlooks the burial area bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. Dedicated: 1960 Location: Belgium Burials: 5317 Missing in Action: 463 Acres: 90.50
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Grave of Major John Louis Jerstad recipient of the Medal of Honor Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
Grave of Major John Louis Jerstad recipient of the Medal of Honor  Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
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  • Date of photography: 2013-04-25 08:36:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°32'49"N - 5°27'53"O
  • Born in Racine, Wisconsin and served as a Major in the 93rd Bomb Group, 9th Army Air Force, Europe, flying B-24 Liberators. He had completed more than his tour of missions and was no longer directly connected with the 93rd Bomb Group. When he heard of the upcoming low level bombing mission against the oil refineries at Ploesti, Romania, he volunteered to lead a formation. On August 1, 1943, three miles from the target, his bomber was badly damaged by enemy ground fire and set on fire. More than 230 antiaircraft guns, supported by many barrage balloons, smoke pots and German fighter planes were in the area of the refineries. Ignoring the fact he was flying above a field suitable for a forced landing, he kept on course. After the bombs were released on the target, the fire in his ship became so intense that it made further progress impossible. The B-24 crashed into the target area, killing all on board. On this mission Fifty-four aircraft never returned, he was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously on October 28, 1943. Birth 12 Feb 1918 Racine, Racine County, Wisconsin, USA Death 1 Aug 1943 (aged 25) Ploiesti, Prahova, Romania Burial Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neuville-en-Condroz, Arrondissement de Liège, Liège, Belgium Plot Plot C Row 24 Grave 10
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U.S. Army Unit Insignia The Chapel of Rest Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
U.S. Army Unit Insignia The Chapel of Rest Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
  • Author: davidseall Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2013-04-25 08:30:29
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°32'45"N - 5°27'58"O
  • The approach drive at Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial in Belgium leads to the memorial, a stone structure bearing on its façade a massive American eagle and other sculptures. Within the memorial is the chapel, three large wall maps composed of inlaid marbles, marble panels depicting combat and supply activities and other ornamental features. Along the outside of the memorial, 463 names are inscribed on the granite Tablets of the Missing. Rosettes mark the names of those since recovered and identified. The façade on the far north end, that overlooks the burial area, bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. This cemetery is unique among all ABMC cemeteries as it served as the central identification point for the entire European Theater of Operations from the last days of the war until 1960. The Ardennes American Cemetery is the final resting place for 5,317 Americans, with 65 percent of those being fallen airmen of the U.S. Army Air Forces. Their headstones are aligned in straight rows that compose the form of a Greek cross. Along the outside of the memorial, inscribed on granite slabs, are the names of 463 of the missing, whose remains were never recovered. The façade on the far (north) end that overlooks the burial area bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. Dedicated: 1960 Location: Belgium Burials: 5317 Missing in Action: 463 Acres: 90.50
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The Chapel of Rest Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
The Chapel of Rest Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial Neupré Belgium
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  • Date of photography: 2013-04-25 08:57:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°32'45"N - 5°27'58"O
  • The approach drive at Ardennes American Cemetery and Memorial in Belgium leads to the memorial, a stone structure bearing on its façade a massive American eagle and other sculptures. Within the memorial is the chapel, three large wall maps composed of inlaid marbles, marble panels depicting combat and supply activities and other ornamental features. Along the outside of the memorial, 463 names are inscribed on the granite Tablets of the Missing. Rosettes mark the names of those since recovered and identified. The façade on the far north end, that overlooks the burial area, bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. This cemetery is unique among all ABMC cemeteries as it served as the central identification point for the entire European Theater of Operations from the last days of the war until 1960. The Ardennes American Cemetery is the final resting place for 5,317 Americans, with 65 percent of those being fallen airmen of the U.S. Army Air Forces. Their headstones are aligned in straight rows that compose the form of a Greek cross. Along the outside of the memorial, inscribed on granite slabs, are the names of 463 of the missing, whose remains were never recovered. The façade on the far (north) end that overlooks the burial area bears the insignia, in mosaic, of the major U.S. units that operated in northwest Europe in World War II. Dedicated: 1960 Location: Belgium Burials: 5317 Missing in Action: 463 Acres: 90.50
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DSCN2098
  • Author: CARTO-RPN Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-05-23 14:27:54
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°31'25"N - 5°29'11"O
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DSCN2099
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  • Date of photography: 2019-05-23 14:32:01
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°32'4"N - 5°28'54"O
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DSCN2100
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  • Date of photography: 2019-05-23 14:32:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°32'3"N - 5°28'53"O
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DSCN2101
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  • Date of photography: 2019-05-23 14:32:34
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°32'3"N - 5°28'53"O
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DSCN2102
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  • Date of photography: 2019-05-23 14:48:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 50°32'22"N - 5°29'30"O
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