We offer access to Vietnam War era morning reports. Vietnam era morning reports detail the daily activity and personnel changes within U.S. Army and Air Force units during the war. Vietnam morning reports can be vital for proving eligibility for benefits and often show when an individual veteran was placed on separate or temporary duty during the war. Having access to morning reports can provide supporting evidence for things such as whether a veteran was wounded in action or was on the ground in a specific combat zone. Our research specialists are on site at the U.S. National Archives where the Vietnam morning reports are maintained and we can have your Vietnam morning reports request ready within just a few weeks. Let us put our expertise to work for you so that we can help you locate the Vietnam morning reports that you need.
Prices for Vietnam morning reports
These records are very difficult and time consuming to request because they are not yet technically open to the public. Portions of the reports can be accessed under the freedom of information act. We provide up to a 3 month stretch of time within the morning reports for the military unit that you need. Pricing will depend on the scope of your request and will vary from poject to project.
Our research specialists are on site at U.S. National Archives research centers. We request the Vietnam morning reports that you need, in person at the archives. When we have the Vietnam morning reports copied and 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 the scanned copies are sent right to your email address. Please keep in mind that the quality of the Vietnam morning reports will vary from unit to unit. We get the best copies possible but some date ranges may be in poor condition and difficult to read. Some unit reports are fragmentary, especially in the mid-1970’s. Additionally, because these reports often contain private information such as social security numbers some of the pages may be redacted to protect the privacy of veterans.