Links to request military service records, research military records, replace lost medals and awards, locate veterans and service members, and browse WWII photos. Includes link to Online Veterans and Military Documents. (Note: most military records, including veteran's military service records, are not online.)
From the American Folklife Center of the Library of Congress, this project "collects, preserves, and makes accessible the personal accounts of American war veterans so that future generations may hear directly from veterans and better understand the realities of war." Includes correspondence, personal narratives, and visual materials.
"The Museum has collected a number of recordings of the personal stories of veterans of World War II. These oral histories contain vivid retellings and synthesis of the experience of the war through first-hand accounts and memories of the men who were there."
A Rutgers University History Department Affiliated Center within the School of Arts and Sciences, oral histories are classified into the following subcategories: Conflict Index, Military Branch & Unit, Medals Index, and Special Topics.
From Texas Tech University. "Select a letter to view information Vietnam Archive Oral History Project Interviews for people with last names beginning with that letter, or USMC History Division Interviews for interviews conducted and held by the United States Marine Corps History Division."
"To search for an interview, or to search within all of the interviews, go to the Virtual Vietnam Archive Search Page."
From Syracuse University in collaboration with JPMorgan Chase & Co., Founding Partner. "The mission of the IVMF is to fully leverage the intellectual, human and social capital of higher education, in service to America’s veterans and their families." The Research & Policy section of the site contains research briefs and reports. The Employer section contains monthly Employment Situation reports.