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Interested in finding an old military buddy? Here are some resources to help:

Online Since 1998 - Helping Thousands of Veterans & Friends Reunite

The National VETS Archives

Tracks more than 12,000 outfit reunions and offers a search service to assist in locating military buddies. The site also contains information about military reunions, helps organize reunions and maintains many current reunion-outfit rosters. 

The National Personnel Records Center

A vast repository of millions of military-personnel, health and medical records of discharged and deceased veterans of all services. The facility also stores medical-treatment records of retirees from all services, as well as records for dependents and other people treated at Navy medical facilities. 

The American Legion

Advertises itself as “the world’s largest veteran’s organization” with a membership that numbers nearly 3 million. Membership eligibility in The American Legion is based on honorable service with the U.S. Armed Forces during active war years. 

Veterans of Foreign Wars

With over 2.1 million members, the  Veterans of Foreign Wars would be a good place to call if you’re interested in locating someone who earned a medal during World War II. There is no bulletin board or database located on the site, though the VFW Web site does supply an e-mail address and invites inquiries.

Veterans History Project

The Veterans History Project of the American Folklife Center 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.

U.S Department of Veterans Affairs

VA offers benefits that can improve the lives of Veterans and their families. Some benefits may also be available to active-duty Servicemembers. Apply today—it's the only way to find out if you are eligible.


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