Established By Vets For Vets Since 1988
The World's Oldest and Largest On-line
Military, Veteran, and Military Family
Registry Over 72 million Military Listings
from Pre-Revolutionary War to the Present
The Registry And History Library
Established July 4th, 1988
The Military History War Library
and All Nation Personnel Registry
Accessible 24 hours/day through the internet or by modem, worldwide. Included on The Library are thousands of pages of data, statistics, documentation and files on all of America's military missions.
Other search Wings include veteran and military associations, Who's Who, War Correspondents, Employment opportunities, Glossary of terms and abbreviations, films and books on war/military, over 210,000 Killed- and Missing-in-Action names, Reunion notices up to a year in advance, over 74,000 Associations, Honorary Diploma program, Veteran Organization RetroActive Decorations program, War Wings dedicated to all of America's military missions, ethnic American Wings, Unit and Ship histories, downloadable graphic images, association membership applications, and dozens of other categories.
THE G.I. PHOTOGRAPH
24-hour Modem & Internet Access
The G.I. Photograph Museum of Honor is designed to display military-era photographs of veterans and active-duty personnel. Veterans of all eras can submit their portraits or group photographs for permanent, worldwide display. Families of deceased vets or servicepersons killed or missing can display their loved ones. Veterans seeking lost comrades will find this Museum an enormously valuable tool in finding old buddies. Generations of family members living anywhere around the world can instantly access their veteran's photo and history.
Free Museum of Honor access software you can download, copy and distribute for friends and family to view your photograph now... and your descendants, as well as historians, can view in generations to come.
and Software Download
The database allows you to search for name, rank, serial number, hometown, rank, medals, duty stations, ships/boats, nickname and more. For KIA's you can search for cause of death, area of casualty, religion, race, marital status and more.
Any military person who served, or is serving, in any service branch during war or peace is eligible for listing. Also invited are Civilian workers, volunteers, Government employees, journalists, Volunteers, Red Cross personnel, State Department, and Intelligence Services who served in a conflict area during hostilities.
Click here to join (free) a Discussion Forum listed below
A Veteran of Foreign Wars (VFW) -- African American Mili/Vets
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Vets Missing Their Children
Children Missing Their Vets
The Killed-in-action Wing
Contact Comrade Program
All veterans who served with a GI who died in uniform or is listed as Missing are invited to list their names alongside their fallen/missing comrade for contact by KIA or MIA families, or for wartime academic researchers working to provide answers. REGISTER HERE
MIA/POW Information Links
The mission of the Friendly Fire project is to collect and preserve information and details about the thousands of accidental, avoidable or intentional friendly-fire incidents in the history of the United States Armed Forces that tragically took or changed the lives of those who fell victim to the second-largest cause of death and injury while serving in the American military
Veteran Surveys And Polls
Your opinions on policy and contemporary
military and veteran issues are invited.
African American Photo Museum
Bonus March II
Cadet/The ROTC Photo Museum
Civil War Sites
Cold War Resource Guide
Combat Casualty Digest - American war dead
Congressional Law/Bill Search
Email Icon Campaign
Favorite Wartime Person
Friendly fire Notebook
Glossary of Terms/Abbreviations
Hoaxes and Myths
League of Veteran Voters
Medal Of Honor Recipients
Memorial Day Resource Guide
Military Brat Photo Museum
Military Spouse Photo Museum
Operation Close Encounters
POW/MIA-Operation Close Encounters
ROTC Photo Museum
Surveys and Polls
VA Education Benefit Offices
Veteran And Military Groups
Veterans Day Resource Guide
War Correspondent Photo Museum
World War I And II
Veteran And Military
Public Service Announcements
The American War Library Annual Awards
for Prestigious Veteran Service
Preserving American Military History
This page is devoted to those American veterans whose documentation of war experiences seeks to honor and preserve the contributions of generations of loyal and honorable service.
Operation Bonus March II
American veterans must unite to demand recognition and compensation for the years they invested sacrificing their youth to protect the lives and livelihoods of those who have benefitted from our service.
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U.S. Military History and Personnel Registry
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