Do you want to learn how your father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, brother, sister, etc. served our country? Well, there are many ways to find information about an individual who served in the US military. The following are some links along with a brief explanation that will enable you to obtain information.
The mission of the American Veterans Center is to guard the legacies and honor the sacrifices of all American veterans. Through oral history preservation, educational programs and civic events, we preserve the stories – and lessons – of veterans past and present, from which future generations can learn.
Our motto at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center is to “Tell the Army’s Story, One Soldier at a Time.” In order to accomplish our mission we need YOUR stories.
The Veterans History Project of the American Folklife Center of the Library of Congress collects, preserves, and makes accessible the personal accounts of American war veterans.
Preserving Yesterday’s Stories for Tomorrow’s Generations.
If you have not shared your story yet, we have a great and exciting way for you to do it!
Visit this site to see the names of the units that fought in Luxembourg, a list of towns they liberated and memorials erected in their honor.
Visit the web site created by Hans Wijers in honor of all who served in the Battle of the Bulge.
Learn about the American Battle Monuments Commission, including the names of those buried in overseas US Military Cemeteries:
Visit the Musee National d’Histoire Militare in Diekirch, Luxembourg
Unit Citation and Campaign Participation Credit Register, Department of the Army Pamphlet 672-1, July 1961.
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Unit Citation and Campaign Participation Credit Register
Dept. of the Army Pamphlet 672-1, July 1961.
This pdf is quite large, 49mb and 547 pages, be patient
U.S. Divisions and their Regiments and Field Artillery & Engineer Battalions and other Supporting Units
Medals, Awards and Decorations
This is a fee-based military research service to find a veteran’s records and trace his footsteps (not an endorsement):