This cemetery in the Philippines contains the largest number of military dead of World War II. Many vets never made it home, even for burial. Have you been here? Or any other military burial ground overseas?
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U.S. Airforce Captain Kevin Chelf and Staff Sargent Cecilia Toomey walk along a corridor with walls indicating names of American and Filipino soldiers who died in war during the annual Veteran's day ceremonies held inside the Manila American Cemetery in Taguig City, south of Manila, Philippines on November 11. United States Ambassador to the Philippines Harry Thomas joined surviving war veterans to pay tribute to American and Filipino troops killed in World War II at the cemetery, where more than 17, 000 American military and 570 Filipino counterparts are buried.