Conley, chief of staff for the American Battle Monuments Commission.
What does ABMC stand for?
ABMC stands for American Battle Monuments Commission
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- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 34 other meanings of ABMC in our Acronym Attic
- Automated Battle Management Aids (various armed forces)
- Aviation Boatswain's Mate Association
- American Bureau for Medical Aid to China
- Akhil Bharatiya Manav Adhikar Dal (Indian politician)
- Abortion Malpractice Litigation
- Alliance Bank Malaysia Berhad
- Always Be My Baby (song)
- Aditya Birla Management Corporation (India)
- Alamance Burlington Middle College (Graham, NC)
- Alexian Brothers Medical Center (Illinois)
- American Bio Medica Corporation (New York)
- Arrowbear Music Camp (California)
- Aurora BayCare Medical Center (Green Bay, WI)
- Aviation Battle Management Concept
- American Blackmouth Cur Breeders Association
- American Board of Managed Care Medicine
- American Board of Managed Care Nursing
- Advanced Ballistic Missile Defense
- AEGIS Ballistic Missile Defense (US Navy)
- Anterior Basement Membrane Dystrophy
Samples in periodicals archive:
GAO-11-320 March 1, 2011 Created in 1923, the American Battle Monuments Commission (the Commission) operates and maintains 24 American military cemeteries on foreign soil; 25 federal memorials, monuments, and markers; and 7 nonfederal memorials.
That's why he and his colleagues sought permission from the American Battle Monuments Commission to investigate the site with radar carts, metal detectors, and gradiometers.
The American Battle Monuments Commission which organized the event, chose Vance International/Decision Strategies to serve as liaison for security and medical issues surrounding the planning and operational aspects of the dedication.
Nearly every American was involved in the war in some way, whether as a civilian working in a factory, a child collecting scrap metal and rubber, or fighting overseas," said Mike Conley, a spokesman for the American Battle Monuments Commission.
Memorial contributions may be made to the World War II Memorial Fund, American Battle Monuments Commission, P.