National Personnel Records Center
Army (or Air Force, Marines, Navy, Coast Guard)
9700 Page Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63132
Provide them with as much information as you have on your relative, such as name, branch of service, serial number or social security number, and dates of service. Allow about six months for a reply.
The American War Library
Claims to contain the largest military veteran registry and locator database. They charge a fee for access.
U.S.Navy Memorial Foundation
Has a section called the Navy Memorial Log which records naval service information on present and former Navy members, living or deceased.
U.S. Military History Institute
Attn. Historical Reference Branch
22 Asburn Drive
Carlisle Barracks, PA 17013-5008
Information on Army personnel.
National Vets Archives
Tracks more than 12,000 outfit reunions and offers a search service to assist in locating military buddies. They charge a fee to perform a search.
Website full of information on various units and unit reunions.
World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing
Army and Army Air Forces Personnel
AWON (American War Orphans Network)
5745 Lee Road
Indianapolis IN 46216
Email: [email protected]
A network for people whose fathers were killed in WWII.
National Cemetery Administration
Information and links about veteran's benefits and services.
Second Marine Division
First Marine Division (Korean War)
World War Two Research
Do you have friends, or family and wish to know their story? This group can research personal information, dates of induction or enlistment, training dates and places, dates of embarkation and debarkation, transport, units assigned or attached. Places they served, trained, and fought.
Pacific Wreck Database
The Pacific Wreck Database (PWD) is a free, non-profit website compiles the work of veterans, authors, travelers & visitors from around the world, as well as and anyone with knowledge to share on this topic.
American Battle Monuments Commission
The ABMC commemorative mission is reflected in 24 overseas military cemeteries that serve as resting places for almost 125,000 American War Dead; on Tablets of the Missing that memorialize more than 94,000 U.S. servicemen and women; and through 25 memorials, monuments and markers.
World War II Families for the Return of the Missing (WWRM)
An advocacy group of volunteers that can assist in the confusing and often frustrating process of locating and repatriating the remains of our missing service personnel from World War II.
Remember the Deadeyes.com
Website designed to help everyone remember the Deadeyes of the 96th Division of the U.S. Army who served in WWII, and members of the 96th Readiness Command who are serving around the world.
Travel directory. Provides Travel Guide Directory Resource and Information.
Website and message board of the Philippine Scouts Heritage Society.
Made a flight booking here recently, and later found out that they were the best prices available online.
Website of the Fort Sam Houston Museum, official USG repository for Philippine Scout memorabilia and archives.
Kilroy Was Here - Unknown stories and forgotten places. WWII & Korean war Secrets. Unknown stories revealed & places rediscovered Personal stories of combat & home front, legends, Gremlins and foofighters.
WWII Submarine historical organization
History and Parts of the Submarine
Vietnam Battlefield Tours
Tours not only cover the battlefields, but also Vietnam's historical sites.
Western Desert Tours (UK)
Guided Tours to the Battlefields of North Africa
Dixie Devil Driver
"Dedicated to honoring and preserving the patriotic legacy of
those who have served in the United States military."