We offer access to the WWII officer flight records of pilots who served during WWII. The WWII officer flight records are essential for researching WWII pilots. We can have most WWII officer flight records ready for you within about 1 week. The individual officer flight records include dates and times that your WWII pilot was in the air during training and combat. WWII officer flight records also include the types of aircraft that your WWII pilot flew, units to which your WWII pilot was assigned, and the dates that he was assigned to those units. The WWII officer flight records are vital for researching WWII pilots, allowing you to trace the steps of your individual WWII pilot. These records are especially important because so many WWII Air Corps military service records were lost in the 1973 fire. If your veteran's service records were lost in the fire, the WWII officer flight record can help you to reconstruct the service history of your WWII pilot.
Get your pilot's WWII officer flight records
Our research specialists are physically on-site at the U.S. National Archives where the WWII officer flight records of your WWII pilot are maintained. We will locate your veteran's officer flight records in person and scan your veteran's officer flight records page by page. Once we have your veteran's WWII officer flight records scanned we will send an invoice to your email address. You can pay the invoice using a credit/debit card or Paypal if you prefer. Once the invoice is paid we send the records right to your email address. Our service is simple, convenient and fast.
How much do WWII officer flight records cost?
Officer flight records are $75, plus copies.
View examples of our work
View examples of WWII officer flight records we have scanned for previous clients. We can have your veteran's WWII officer flight records ready in just days!