AACI Remembers is a project of AACI which honors the memory of individuals from English-speaking countries or members of AACI who have died in service or as victims of terror. Click here for a brief video about this project
AACI’s rich history of honoring these individuals began in 1967 and includes gathering information and stories about each of them.
We have now digitized these resources to greatly expand the opportunity of those around the world to learn about and remember those who died (www.aaciremembers.org)
This website can be used in many ways such as using the search bar to connect to a specific person or to find those from your hometown.
Groups can inquire about visits to the AACI Memorial Site, or about a Bar/Bat Mitzvah project by writing to email@example.com
In this special livestream program, AACI introduces the AACI Remembers website so all in Israel and around the world can learn about and honor each of the fallen. Chaired by Miriam Barth, this year’s program includes an address by Fleur Hassan-Nahoum “The Unity of the Jewish People”, with greetings from the U.S. and Canadian Ambassadors, along with stories from family and friends of the fallen.
Click here to watch the 2023 ceremony
AACI acknowledges the contributions of PNAI, Jewish Federation of Baltimore and Keren Milgot of the Association of Americans & Canadians in Israel – Jerusalem branch # 580015451 in support of the Memorial Ceremony.
Miriam Barth, Chair AACI Remembers