Burdick family members have been engaged in the military since the founding of the United States. They have fought in every conflict and participated in every branch of service. This section honors their memory. Select one of the categories on the left to view our military ancestors who fought in that conflict. We are very proud of them and support our military 100%. Without them there would be no America.
If you have a military family member who does not appear on this list, or if you would like to include additional information about someone, please let me know. Send me an email and put "Burdick Military" in the subject line. There are two qualifiers for being listed on this page:
The person cannot be on active duty due to security concerns for them and their family.
The person must appear in the Burdick Genealogy on this web site.
The American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC)
is an agency of the Federal government, founded in 1923, to be responsible for honoring American armed forces where they have served, and for controlling the construction of military monuments and markers on foreign soil by others. ABMC administers, operates and maintains 25 permanent American military cemeteries and 27 federal memorial, monuments and markers, which are located in 16 foreign countries, the U.S. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the British Dependency of Gibraltar; three of the memorials are located within the United States. These cemeteries and memorials, most of which commemorate the service and sacrifice of Americans who served in World War I and World II, are among the most beautiful and meticulously maintained shrines in the world. Please visit their website at https://www.abmc.gov
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