Order Korean War After 

Action/Command Reports


We offer access to Korean War after action/command reports and operational records from all branches of the U.S. Military. Our expert Korean War research specialists are physically on-site at U.S. archival facilities which maintain the after action reports, command reports, unit histories, journals, morning reports, G-2 reports, G-3 reports and operational maps of Korean War combat units. This includes Korean War after action/command reports of the Army, Air Force, Marine Corps and Navy units and ships. The Korean War after action command reports and operational records are important because they allow us to gain insight into the combat experiences of Korean War units during the war. Korean War after action/command reports show us what was transpiring on a large scale during the war and include vital information about daily activity and battles that the veterans in each Korean War unit experienced. Let us help you to locate the Korean War after action reports for your Korean War veteran's unit so that you can better understand their combat experiences during the war.

The ordering process for Korean War after action/command reports

Our expert research specialists are physically on-site at archival research facilities nationwide and can locate and scan the Korean War after action/command reports that you need. When we have completed your project we send an invoice to your email address. Once the invoice is paid the Korean War after action reports are sent  directly to your email address where you can view them right away. Our service is lightning fast, simple and convenient. In almost every case we are actually faster and cheaper than ordering Korean War after action reports, unit histories and operational records directly from the government. We tailor each research project to your specific needs and can provide you with unparalleled access to Korean War military records held at every archival facility across the nation. Please fill out an order form below to request the Korean War after action reports for your Korean War veteran's military unit. 

Please note: Some over-sized Korea War operational records may need to be digitally photographed rather than scanned.

How much do Korean War after action/command reports cost?

Pricing depends on your specific research needs. Since each research project is different we ask that you tell us about your research needs so that we can present you with a plan for researching your Korean War unit's after action/command reports and operational records. Once your inquiry is received we will respond promptly with a price estimate for your specific Korean War after action reports project.

What Korean War units maintained after action/command reports and operational records?

Korean War after action reports and operational records were maintained for Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, and Navy units during the war. Whether you need basic or more in depth research of the Korean War after action reports of your Korean War veteran's unit we can help you find the records you need to complete your Korean War research project. Feel free to browse the examples below of Korean War after action/command reports, unit journals, histories and maps that we have provided for previous clients. 

View examples of Korean War Records we have scanned at the National Archives:

Korean War Command Report NARA Scan.pdf Korean War Command Report NARA Scan.pdf
Size : 18201.439 Kb
Type : pdf
Korean War morning reports unit records.pdf Korean War morning reports unit records.pdf
Size : 4146.532 Kb
Type : pdf
Korean War maps and overlays NARA.pdf Korean War maps and overlays NARA.pdf
Size : 4234.596 Kb
Type : pdf
Korean War Medal Citations.pdf Korean War Medal Citations.pdf
Size : 995.49 Kb
Type : pdf
Korean War After Action Command Report.pdf Korean War After Action Command Report.pdf
Size : 5730.449 Kb
Type : pdf
Korean War S-1 Report NARA College Park.pdf Korean War S-1 Report NARA College Park.pdf
Size : 25093.01 Kb
Type : pdf
Korean War patrol report National Archives.pdf Korean War patrol report National Archives.pdf
Size : 4169.831 Kb
Type : pdf
Korean War casualty reports NARA.pdf Korean War casualty reports NARA.pdf
Size : 4706.019 Kb
Type : pdf

Fill out the form to request the Korea After Action Command Reports that you need:

Request Form: Korea After Action Command Reports

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