Order a Korean War Service

Record

We offer access to Korean War era service records of individual Korean War veterans. Korean War service records provide an exciting, in-depth look at the military career of Korean War veterans. Our research specialists are on site at the U.S. National Archives research facility where your veteran's records are maintained, and we can scan the entire military service record of your Korean War veteran, page by page in high resolution. Our service allows you to view scans of the original service records of your Korean War veteran exactly as they appear in their original form. We can have most Korean War military service records ready in 1-2 weeks. In most cases we are also able to provide a high resolution period photograph of your Korean War veteran. 

Get your veteran's Korean War service record 

Our military research specialists will locate your Korean War veteran's service records at the U.S. National Archives where the official military personnel file is maintained. We will scan the entire Korean War service record, page by page in high resolution. We can have most Korean War service records ready for you within 1-2 weeks. After we have scanned your Korean War veteran's complete service record we will send an invoice to your email address which you can pay using a credit/debit card or Paypal if you prefer. Payment is due at the time the invoice arrives in your email inbox. Once the invoice is paid the scanned Korean War service records of your Korean War veteran are sent right to your email address. Simple, convenient and fast. Let us help you research your Korean War veteran today. 

Please note: Some veterans were first enlisted and then became officers. Occasionally these veterans may have two separate service files-one officer and one enlisted. 

Please note: If your veteran has a photo negative in the service record it may have to go to the preservation lab to be transferred to a digital image which is $10. 

What kind of records are kept inside your Korean War veteran's service file?

Most Korean War service records contain: a period photo of the veteran (Navy, Marine and Coast Guard veterans), ranks, units, duties, campaigns, ships, battle participation, places visited, qualifications, training, disciplinary actions, courts martial records, awards, commendations, citations for bravery, payroll records, medical documents, enlistment records and much more. In many cases the Korean War service record of your Korean War veteran will also contain documents pertaining to non-military matters such as civilian occupations held, and the veteran's family situation. Korean War service records can be a goldmine for genealogical research. Fill out an order form below to request the Korean War service record of your Korean War veteran. 

How much do Korean War service records cost?

Korean War service records under 40 pages in length are $75.

Korean War service records over 40 pages in length are $100. 

View examples of our work

See examples of Korean War service records we have gotten for other folks. We can have the Korean War service records of your Korean War veteran ready in just days!

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Fill out the order form to request your Korean War veteran's military service record 

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Order a Korean War Service Record

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List of Korean War units for which we can access individual Korean War military service records:

38th Parallel


Army




Air Force


Campaigns


1932nd AACS Squadron



Air National Guard Units that were Activated


Navy


Aircraft Carriers


Amphibious Warfare Vessels


Auxillary Ships


Battleships

Cruisers


Destroyers


Destroyer Escort


Destroyer Radar Picket


Flagship Fleet


Fleet Oiler

USS Navasota (AO-106)
USS Nemasket (AOG-10)

Frigates

USS Bayonne (PF-21)
USS Bisbee (PF-46)

Hospital


Landing Ship


Landing Ship Dock


Landing Ship Medium


Landing Ship Rocket

LSMR-404
LSMR-409
LSMR-412 Rocket Launcher

Landing Ship Tank

LST-629
LST-715

Military Ship Transport


Minesweepers

USS Strive (AM-117)
USS Surfbird (AM-383)

Submarines

USS Menhaden (SS-377)
USS Perch (SS-313)

Marine Corps


MABS-33
MACG-2