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I'm looking for any photos or film footage from WWII that was taken on Bermuda. My dad was posted there during the war and entertained the troops on leave. Thank you so much!
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Was Henry Fertitta’s body returned to the US? He was KIA during WWII. His service number was 38672594.
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For many years I exchanged Christmas cards with a John "Bill" Patch of Coarsegold, California in the heart of Yosemite Valley.  He passed away about ten years ago of old age.  He wrote me a letter in which he mentioned he served in World War II in the US Marine Corps and was a Chemistry teacher in a local high school before he retired.  He… (Show more)
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Hi, I am trying to find the meaning of “561 PORT CO TC (the C could possibly be an O) WORLD WAR II” This phrase appears on a headstone I am  researching. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!
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I am interested in the Operations Report from the 2nd & 3rd Battalion, 101st Infantry Regiment especially for November 6th to November 12th 1944. I am researching the death of Pvt William Russell Bobb a member of the 101st killed on November 10th. I know the 101st attacked Hill 310 on the 9th then cleared Chateau Salins on the 10th. I am not sure… (Show more)
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My father, Frank Tarantino, service number 12 033 423, was part of a Ground Crew that was involved with a P-40 breaking a flight record. He has since passed away, in 1997, and never disclosed the details of that event. From his service records and photographs in his personal archive, on the "official" photograph of the event, it reads "568 BU - 8… (Show more)
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I am seeking military information about Gordon Lynn Hoyt who fought in Korean War, His date of birth was 11/16/1927 and is now deceased. He could have been part of the 45th Infantry Division, but not sure. He is in a picture with a war buddy who has the Thunderbird symbol of the 45th ID on his sleeve. He was from Wisconsin.
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I am researching the Italian immigrant ship Ancona which was torpedoed in Nov 1915.  I have found plenty of newspaper articles and know a lot about it.  I am looking for the manifest that lists all the passengers.  I believe my grandmother and her family survived that sinking.  It never made it to the U.S. so the manifest is not contained in other… (Show more)
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Click to view contentI was looking at an application for a headstone for a U.S. Army veteran filled out in 1967.  Several months later, someone from the NCPMA-C (unless that's a title) examined the claim.  The soldier's sister had, whether accidentally or intentionally, only supplied data from his enlisted period on the form.  The NCPMA-C person added notes that the… (Show more)
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Can you explain the relationship between NARA and NPRC/National Archives?  I thought they were the same entity, but correspondence using them confuses people by using acronyms and not describing how these are different.
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One of my neighbors asked me what medals he's entitled to receive from his Navy service in the Korean War. I know he receives the National Defense, Korean, and UN medal. Is there anything I'm missing?
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