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We specialize in the research of individual veterans of WWI, WWII, the Korean War and other conflicts. We can trace the steps of individual U.S. Veterans to show you where they were and what they did during their military service. If you are hoping to discover what your father or grandfather did during the war, we can find you the Military Service Records that will show you exactly what they did during the war. Our military research specialists are on-site at the National Archives and can locate a wide variety of records for you. Click on a link below to start researching your U.S. Veteran.
We have access to the service records of civilians, para-military personnel, volunteers and other federal employees who served in the 20th Century. These civil servants played a vital role in the war effort during WWII. Click here to request a Civilian Personnel File.
We can trace the steps of individual WWII Veterans to show you where they were and what they did during the war. Using Official Military Service Records, daily unit records, unit rosters,medical records, among other resources- we can reconstruct the service history of your veteran. Click here to research an individual WWII Veteran.
We can locate After Action Reports describing the combat experiences of individual units during WWII and WWI. In addition, we offer access to operational reports, journals, intelligence reports
and unit histories which document the combat experiences of the unit. Click here to request WWII After Action Reports.
IDPF's contain records vital for researching veterans who were killed in action during their service. Click here to order an Individual Deceased Personnel File.