Our expert research specialists are physically on-site at the National Archives research center where the Army morning reports and rosters are maintained. With nearly a decade of experience in researching unit records and military service records, in person at the National Archives- our research team has the expertise necessary to answer the questions that you have about your Army veteran’s service and the unit to which they were assigned. Morning reports show what was happening to individual men within Army units, the casualties they suffered, the locations they visited and a wide variety of other details. Unlike operational records which focus on activity within the battalion or regiment as a whole, the morning reports detail activity at the company, battery or squadron level. Morning reports are important because they allow us to trace the steps of individual men and to reconstruct the service history of many veterans whose service records were lost in the 1973 fire.
Prices for Army morning reports and rosters
Because each project is different in scope, our retrieval service is priced on a case by case basis. Please fill out the request form below so that we can get a more accurate idea of your research needs. We will respond promptly with a price quote.
Once your project is completed we will send an invoice conveniently to your email address. You can pay this 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 we will send scans of the original records to your email address. Feel free to view examples of morning reports and rosters below. Please note: Some morning reports are in poor condition and may be difficult to read. We work to make the best possible copies for our clients.