I'm working on my family history, and I would like to recieve a copy of my grandfather's WWI records. The request form does not allow for me (his granddaughter) to ask.... WWI was quite some time ago and if I have the information they need to get the records, why, as a family member (direct descendant) can I not request for them???? Or is there… Show more
I am searching for information regarding my grandfather, Roy Colvin (sometimes written Calvin in error) Brewer and his service in WW1. While overseas he served in Company M, 57th Pioneer Infantry before being reassigned to Company G 49th infantry. At some point in December 1918 he was reassigned to the Prisoner of War Escort Company 249. His ID… Show more
I am trying to obtain the burial file for my uncle KIA WW1 He is buried in the American Cemetery in Flanders Field Belgium. His grave marker has the first and last name incorrectly spelled. I was told that the spelling may have been that way on his military records but from correspondence from his command at the time has the correct spelling. I… Show more
Hello NARA, Looking for a quote on documents within this file below relating to TAFFS file HQ Special Troops, US Army Central (USARCENT), or Retirement Control Groups/ re-enforcement groups for 1968. Record Group 338: Records of U.S. Army Operational, Tactical, and Support Organizations (World War II and Thereafter), 1917 - 1999 Series:… Show more
I have two brothers who were in WWII - cannot locate or find their military information - checked with St. Louis, MO and due to fire there is no information - am looking for anything that can assist - would like a picture of each of them and the regiments they were with - I do have their military ID numbers - Can you assist?
I was recently going through my grandfathers old military records and his Discharge paperwork stated he had 2 Bronze Stars. I can not find any details. If anybody can help with this, it would be appreciated. Name: Thomas de May Serial Number: 33 927 103 Severed in Company B, 655th Topo Engineers.
Robert The National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) in St. Louis holds the military personnel records for service members. You can fill the SF 180 form to request using the following below. Might be beneficial. Little advice tell them you are requesting his Complete Official Personnel Military File (OMPF), not just discharge papers. Mail a…
I would like to find my Fathers records in 1955.I think he was in the Army and possibly stationed in Germany.Don F.Sabella.
Mr. Marsh, You will need to contact the NPRC in St. Louis to request your fathers records. Here is some information for that. Mail a letter or Standard Form (SF) 180, Request Pertaining to Military Recordsto:National Personnel Records Center 1 Archives Drive St. Louis, MO 63138 Fax a letter or Standard Form 180 to: 314-801-9195 Thanks, …
I know when and I think where (records shows last residence) my father died. However, I cannot locate which cemetery he is buried in.
Lillian, Just had a thought do you know where he last was a resident of. You may try going to the county/city register of deeds where he was last resident of. Not sure if he lived in North Carolina or moved. The VA BIRLS is records showing that he was in the VA system at sometime receiving either treatment or benefits. I've tried using another…
Seeking list of American pilots shot down over Sweden in WWII who were kept at Loka Brunn, Sweden until after the war?
Is there a list of American pilots shot down over Sweden in World War 2 who were placed at Loka Brunn in Sweden until after the war?
Jim, Try this book I found online may help you in your research. Making for Sweden : the story of the allied airmen who took sanctuary in neutral Sweden.P. 2,The United States Army Air Force: United States Army Air Force Pt. 2 Unlike other Scandinavian countries, Sweden maintained its neutrality throughout WWII. Nevertheless, Sweden…
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Hello NARA, Looking for secondary or additional resources that may be searchable with the NPRC. Looking to determine if my father completed CGSC. Obtained his records & shows in 1972 from Fort Leavenworth that he completed 50 percent of the course material. Also letter from him to Reserve Components Personnel & Administration Center (RCPAC)… Show more