Order the Military Service Record of Your Navy Veteran

We offer access to the official military service records of Navy veterans which are housed at the U.S. National Archives. Military service records of Navy veterans usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. Most complete Navy service records are 50-150 pages in length and contain records detailing the entire Navy service of your veteran. Navy service records provide a wealth of information about the veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research. 

The Ordering Process

Navy service records are between $75 and $100 depending on the size of the record.  Our research specialists are on site at the U.S. National Archives and can have most military service records copied for you within 1-2 weeks. All Navy service records are copied, scanned and sent to your email inbox upon payment. The invoice comes conveniently to your email address. We provide a lightning fast, reliable service which costs almost exactly the same as ordering the record directly from the government. Unlike the government, we also include a digital photo of the Navy veteran when available. Please fill out the order form on this page to request your Navy veteran's military service record. 

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Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS Alabama


We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the Battleship USS Alabama. Military service records of Navy veterans usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. These records provide a wealth of information about the veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research.  

Order the Military Service Record of Your USS Alabama Veteran 

The USS Alabama 

The Battleship USS Alabama entered the Pacific Theater in September of 1943 where it saw its first major engagement in the Gilbert Islands. The USS Alabama participated in strikes on Roi and Nauru in late 1943. Then, in Early 1944 the USS Alabama participated in a sortie on Truk and an intense bombardment of the Marianas Islands. During the Battle of the Philippine Sea crew members of the Battleship USS Alabama shot down a significant number of Japanese aircraft. Before the end of hostilities during WWII the USS Alabama fired over 1500 tons of shells at strategic targets  in the vicinity of Tokyo. At nearly 700 feet in length the USS Alabama is half the size of the Empire State Building. Send us a request form at the top of this page to find out more about the experiences of your veteran while serving as a crew member of the USS Alabama.  

Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS Arizona

We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the Battleship USS Arizona. Military service records of USS Arizona Navy veterans usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. These records provide a wealth of information about the Navy veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research.

 

 Order the Military Service Record of Your USS Arizona Navy Veteran

The USS Arizona 

When the Imperial Japanese Navy struck Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 the Battleship USS Arizona took several devastating hits as a result of the bombing aircraft . At the outset of the Japanese assault , battle stations had sounded and some efforts were undertaken to fight off the attacking bombers. It is believed that the last bomb to strike the Arizona hit its magazine stores in the ship's bow leading to the ultimate sinking of the ship. Nearly 1200 of the USS Arizona's  crew members were killed by this blast alone. Yet more sailors perished as the Arizona sank below the waves. Unable to salvage the ship, it was left as a memorial of the assault on Pearl Harbor and the sailors who were killed in action during the surprise attack. Fill out a request form at the top of this page to order the complete military service record of your USS Arizona crew member. 

Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS Iowa

We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the USS Iowa. Military service records of USS Iowa Navy veterans usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. These records provide a wealth of information about the Navy veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research.

 

Order the Military Service Records of a Veteran Who Served Aboard the USS Iowa

The USS Iowa 

The Battleship USS Iowa was launched officially in 1942 and began escorting ships in the Atlantic in 1943. This included the transport of President Roosevelt to Africa during the war. The USS Iowa was eventually transferred to the Pacific where it was involved in combat operations for much of the rest of World War II. The USS Iowa was involved in the campaign in the Marshall Islands, the Philippines, the landings at Okinawa, and the battering of strategic targets at Honshu and Hokkaido. At the end of hostilities the USS Iowa was part of a massive flotilla which stood guard at Tokyo Bay. Fill out an order form at the top of this page to request the military service records of your battleship USS Iowa crew member. 

 

Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS Maryland

We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the Battleship USS Maryland. Military service records of Navy veterans usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. These records provide a wealth of information about the veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research. 

Order the Military Service Record of Your USS Maryland Veteran 

The USS Maryland

 The Battleship USS Maryland survived the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor where she was struck twice by Japanese bombs which killed four of her crew members. In spite of this the USS Maryland was refit and sent into action in the Pacific Theater where she participated in numerous battles during World War II. In 1942 the USS Maryland took part in the Battle of Midway and then in 1943 in the Battle of Tarawa, serving as the Flagship during both engagements. In 1944 the USS Maryland fought in the Battle of Kawajalein Atoll, the Battle of Saipan, and Leyete. USS Maryland also participated in the crucial Battle of Okinawa in 1945. Seven Battle Stars were awarded to the crew of the USS Maryland. Please fill out an order form at the top of this page to order the military service record of your USS Maryland crew member.  

Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS Massachusetts 

We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the Battleship USS Massachusetts. Military service records of Navy veterans of the USS Massachusetts usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. These records provide a wealth of information about the veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research. 

 

Order the Military Service Record of Your USS Massachusetts Veteran

The USS Massachusetts

 The Battleship USS Massachusetts was nicknamed 'Big Mamie'by her crew and she has the notable distinction to have fired the Navy's first and last shots of artillery fire during World War II. The USS Massachusetts initially served in the Atlantic during World War II where she participated in Operation Torch. In 1943 the USS Massachusetts was shifted to service in the Pacific where she saw action in the campaign of the Solomon Islands as well as the Philippine Islands campaign at the Battle of Leyte Gulf. In 1945 the         USS Massachusetts took part in the bombardment of strategic targets on Honshu Island. To prevent the scrapping of the USS Massachusetts after the Second World War, citizens of the Bay State donated funds which were used to preserve her and turn her into a museum. Fill out an order form at the top of this page to request the military service records of your USS Massachusetts crew member.  

Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS Nevada

We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the Battleship USS Nevada. Military service records of Navy veterans of the USS Nevada usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. These records provide a wealth of information about the veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research. 

 

Order the Military Service Record of Your USS Nevada Navy Veteran 

The USS Nevada

The battleship USS Nevada was present during the Japanese attack no Pearl Harbor, but unlike the other battleships present during the attack the USS Nevada was able to maneuver during the bombings.  The USS Nevada was struck by several Japanese bombs during the air attacks which caused severe damage, although this was somewhat mitigated by the fact that her magazines were empty.  After repairs the USS Nevada went on to support the D-Day operations at Normandy where she served as the invasion's flag ship. After service in the Mediterranean the USS Nevada was returned the US for refitting. The USS Nevada next saw action in the Pacific Theater at Iwo Jima where the battleship participated in major bombardments of the island's defenses. In March of 1945 the USS Nevada took part in the bombardment of Okinawa. The USS Nevada saw the end of the war off the Japanese home Islands, however she did not take part in the bombardment there prior to the conclusion of hostilities in World War II. Please fill out a request form at the top of this page to order the military service records of your USS Nevada crew member.  

Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS New Jersey

We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the battleship USS New Jersey. Military service records of Navy veterans of the USS New Jersey usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. These records provide a wealth of information about the veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research.  

 

Order the Military Service Record of Your USS New Jersey Veteran 

The USS New Jersey

The battleship USS New Jersey saw a great deal of action in the Pacific Theater during World War II. The USS New Jersey first saw combat when she bombarded the shore line at Eniwetok during the amphibious assault there. She later also participated in the attacks at Saipan and Tinian. During the Marianas assault the USS New Jersey shot down a number of Japanese planes accounting for the downing of some 400 enemy pilots. The USS New Jersey also took part in the Philippine Campaign and supported the landings at Iwo Jima near the conclusion of World War II. After the end of hostilities the USS New Jersey spent some time on guard at Tokyo Bay before returning to the US. Please fill out an order form at the top of this page to request the military service records of your USS New Jersey crew member.   

Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS New Mexico

We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the battleship USS New Mexico. Military service records of Navy veterans of the USS New Mexico usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. These records provide a wealth of information about the veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research. 

 

Order the Military Service Record of Your USS New Mexico Veteran 

The USS New Mexico

The battleship USS New Mexico was moved to the Pacific Theater after the Pearl Harbor attack where she initially provided anti aircraft protection against Japanese air attacks. The USS New Mexico was used to protect the Aleutian Islands which had come under attack by the Japanese in 1943. She participated in the blockade at Attu and also bombarded targets on Kiska. The USS New Mexico then returned to Pearl Harbor for refitting in 1943 before heading to the Pacific to take part in the Battle of the Philippine Sea. Thereafter she participated in the bombardment in support of the Guam invasion. In 1945 the USS New Mexico provided support for the Luzon invasion where she was struck by kamikaze attacks which killed several crew members. The USS New Mexico went on to bombard Okinawa during the US assault of the Island and she was hit yet again by kamikaze attacks during this assault. The USS New Mexico was present at the surrender at Tokyo Bay at the end of World War II. Fill out a request form at the top of this page to order the military service records of your Navy USS New Mexico crew member.

Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS New York

We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the battleship USS New York. Military service records of Navy veterans of the USS New York usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. These records provide a wealth of information about the veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research. 

 

Order the Military Service Record of Your USS New York Veteran

The USS New York

The battleship USS New York was completed just 4 weeks after the attacks on Pear Harbor. Initially she began escorting convoys to Scotland and Iceland. The USS New York had her first major engagement of World War II during Operation Torch and the invasion of North Africa. In 1945 the USS New York supported the invasion force at Iwo Jima.  One of the rounds fired from the USS New York actually  struck the largest ammo dump on Okinawa during the barrage of the Japanese controlled island which created a massive explosion. A short time later the USS New York participated in the bombardment of Okinawa in support of the ground forces invasion of the Island. Nearly 5000 rounds of ammunition were fired from the USS New York during the intense bombardment of Okinawa over a period of 76 days. At the end of hostilities the USS New York Retired to Pearl Harbor. Fill out an order form at the top of this page to request the military service records of your veteran who served aboard the USS New York.  

Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS North Carolina

We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the battleship USS North Carolina. Military service records of Navy veterans of the USS North Carolina usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. These records provide a wealth of information about the veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research. 

 

Order the Military Service Record of Your USS North Carolina Navy Veteran

The USS North Carolina

The USS North Carolina earned 15 battle stars during World War II. As its first major operations in World War II the battleship USS North Carolina took part in the assaults on Guadalcanal and Tulagi in 1942. During this period the USS North Carolina as an escort and screened the communications and logistical support lines around the Guadalcanal and Solomon Islands. In 1943 the USS North Carolina participated in the assaults on Makin, Tawara and Abemama. She was part of the strikes on the Marshall Islands and the Gilberts Campaign. The USS North Carolina bombarded Nauru destroying many vital Japanese logistical targets there. She escorted air carriers during the attacks on Saipan, Tinian and Guam. After participation in the Battle of the Philippine Sea, the USS North Carolina also took part in the attacks on Iwo Jima and Okinawa among many other engagements. At the close of the war the USS North Carolina also bombarded industrial targets near Tokyo. Fill out a request form at the top of this page to order the military service record of your USS North Carolina Navy crew member.  

Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS Oklahoma

We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the battleship USS Oklahoma. Military service records of Navy veterans of the USS Oklahoma usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. These records provide a wealth of information about the veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research. 

 

Order the Military Service Record of Your USS Oklahoma Navy Veteran

The USS Oklahoma

The USS Oklahoma left for Europe in August of 1918 as part of Battleship Division Six during World War One. The USS Oklahoma was initially anchored at Bremerhaven where is protected convoys which were arriving there. Later the USS Oklahoma acted as an escort for convoys to the UK. During the Japanese attacks on Pearl Harbor the USS Oklahoma was moored at Battleship Row. The USS Oklahoma was struck almost immediately by three torpedoes and the Japanese aircraft strafed the crew members attempting to escape the ship.  Over 400 crew of the USS Oklahoma were killed in the attacks. Even so, many  of the USS Oklahoma sailors managed to join in the fight, some even finding their way to the USS Maryland where they manned anti aircraft weapons.  There were three medals of honor awarded to crew members who served on board the USS Oklahoma and some of the crew of the Oklahoma who perished in the attack later had ships named for them: the USS Austin and USS England. To learn more about the experiences of your USS Oklahoma Navy crew member fill out an order form for his military service record above.

 

Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS Pennsylvania

We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the battleship USS Pennsylvania. Military service records of Navy veterans of the USS Pennsylvania usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. These records provide a wealth of information about the veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research. 

 

Order Military Service Records of Your USS Pennsylvania Navy Veteran

The USS Pennsylvania

The USS Pennsylvania was docked at Pearl Harbor during the Japanese attack in 1941 and was one of the first ships to fire on the attacking Japanese aircraft overhead. After the Pearl Harbor attack the USS Pennsylvania was docked at San Francisco for repairs through 1942. In 1943 the USS Pennsylvania took part in the Aleutian Campaign in Alaska. She bombarded Holtz Bay and Attu during the assaults there. The USS Pennsylvania was also part of the Kiska Attack Force in August of 1943 before being transferred to the Pacific where she and her crew took part in the attacks on Makin Atoll in the Gilberts.  In early 1944 the USS Pennsylvania and her crew members were part of the attacks on Kwajalein and Eniwetok. In June of 1944 the USS Pennsylvania assisted in the bombardment of Guam and supported in the attacks during the Marianas Campaign. The USS Pennsylvania supported missions at Leyte Gulf as well as San Pedro Harbor at the end of 1944.  In August of 1945 the USS Pennsylvania suffered sever damage when she was struck by a Japanese Torpedo which  effectively knocked her out of the war. Fill out an order form at the top of this page to order the military service record of your USS Pennsylvania Navy veteran. 

Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS South Dakota

We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the battleship USS South Dakota. Military service records of Navy veterans of the USS South Dakota usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. These records provide a wealth of information about the veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research. 

 

Order the Military Service Record of Your USS South Dakota Navy Veteran

The USS South Dakota

The USS South Dakota participated in World War II campaigns for Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands, Marshall Islands, Mariana Islands, Gilbert Islands, the Great Turkey Shoot, Philippine Campaign, Leyte Campaign, South China Sea Raid, Okinawa Campaign, and the Japanese surrender. The USS South Dakota supported a crew of 2364 sailors, and the Navy veterans who served aboard her during the war saw a great deal of action in the Pacific Theater.  The USS South Dakota was decommissioned in 1947. Fill out the request form above to order the Navy service records of your USS South Dakota sailor. 


Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS Tennessee 

We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the battleship USS Tennessee. Military service records of Navy veterans of the USS Tennessee usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. These records provide a wealth of information about the veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research. 

 

Order the Military Service Record of Your USS Tennessee Navy Veteran 

The USS Tennessee

The USS Tennessee was at Pearl Harbor during the Japanese attack and was struck by two bombs during the assault. After extensive repairs and modernization she participated in the Aleutian Campaign in 1943 and the invasion of Kiska. The USS Tennessee next took part in the Pacific Campaigns at Tarawa, Kwajalein, Eniwetok, New Ireland, Saipan, Guam, Tinian, Anguar and Pelieu. The sailors aboard the USS Tennessee also participated in the Philippine Campaign and the Battle of Surigao Strait. In 1945 the USS Tennessee supported the invasions of Okinawa and Iwo Jima. Fill out the request form above to order the Navy service records of your USS Tennessee crew member.  


Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS Texas 

We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the battleship USS Texas. Military service records of Navy veterans of the USS Texas usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more. These records provide a wealth of information about the veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research. 

 

Order the Military Service Record of Your USS Texas Navy Veteran 

The USS Texas

The crew members of the USS Texas first saw action in North Africa during World War II. After service in Africa, the sailors of the USS Texas next saw action during the D-Day invasion which they supported with a massive bombardment of strategic targets at Normandy on June 6th.  While guarding the Harbor at Cherbourg, France she was struck by two German artillery rounds which eventually forced her to retire to England for maintenance. After repairs the USS Texas was transferred to the Pacific where she supported the invasion at Iwo Jima and then later Okinawa. After supporting the ground troops at Okinawa, the USS Texas anchored at Leyte where she remained until the end of World War II. Fill out the request form above to order the Navy service records of your USS Texas crew member.  

Research a Navy Veteran Who Served aboard the USS Washington 

We have access to the military service records of veterans who served aboard the battleship USS Washington. Military service records of Navy veterans usually include a period photograph of the veteran, units, ships, stations, award citations, medals, training, medical records, court martial records, battles, campaigns and much more.  Most complete Navy service records are 50-150 pages in length. Navy service records provide a wealth of information about the veteran's military career and can open exciting avenues for genealogical research. 

 

Order the Military Service Records of a USS Washington Navy Veteran

The USS Washington

The crew members of the USS Washington sailed with Task Force 50.1 escorting fleet carriers which worked to bomb Japanese targets on the Gilbert Islands prior to the assaults there. The sailors of the USS Washington saw action at Makin and Nauru during this period as well. The USS Washington escorted ships during the attacks at Kwajalein and Taroa before being sent to Pearl Harbor for repairs. In 1944 the USS Washington supported attacks on the Mariana Islands and took part in the bombings of Saipan and Tinian. The crew of the USS Washington fought at the Battle of the Philippine Sea and also saw action in the famous Great Turkey Shoot.  She saw action at Palau, Okinawa, Luzon, and Iwo Jima among other engagements. Fill out the request form above to order the Navy military service records of your USS Texas crew member.