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The Battle of Belleau Wood not forgotten by U.S. Marines and French soldiers on Memorial Day

By Sgt. Tatum Vayavananda | Marine Corps Forces Europe | May 27, 2013

BELLEAU, France --

To commemorate Memorial Day, and to mark the 95th anniversary of the historic Battle of Belleau Wood, U.S. Marines with their French brothers and sisters in arms, locals of the town of Belleau, and visitors from around the world, gathered at Aisne-Marne American Cemetery May 26, to remember and honor the fallen heroes of World War I, as well as celebrate the long-standing partnership between U.S. and French militaries that is still alive today.

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