• Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps on the steps of the Court of Honor

    American Memorial

    Park Northern Mariana Islands

Support Your Park

Visit American Memorial Park! Watch the film and spend some time in the Visitor Center, take a stroll along the scenic pathway, or pause for a moment of contemplation.

Leave No Trace, i.e. leave cultural resources undisturbed, completely extinguish all fires, do not disturb or pick fruits/flowers, respect wildlife, dispose of trash in trash bins, recycle appropriate items, and be considerate of others.


Shop at the Pacific Historic Parks bookstore inside the Visitor Center or online.


Volunteer in the Park to become a V. I. P.


Participate in the Youth Conservation Corps or Ridge to Reef programs designed especially for kids and teens.

Did You Know?

Soldiers in Siapan photograph courtesy of History and Museums Division, U.S. Marine Corps

On D-Day, June 15, 1944, the Island of Saipan was attacked by the United States' 2nd and 4th Marine Divisions, who landed along the western lagoon of Saipan. Two days later, the U.S. Army 27th Infantry Division landed in support of the invasion and fought along the eastern half of Saipan.