Military Research & Military Record Retrieval Services
Have the information for your family’s veterans and just need specific documents?
We provide military record retrieval services from the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, Missouri. This facility houses many military records from World War I, World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. This includes the important Official Military Personnel File, as well as many other records.
Have the names of veterans in your family for whom you’d like to find more information?
We offer in-depth military research with a focus on the records held at the National Archives & Records Administration (NARA) in Washington, D.C. & College Park, Maryland. These records will deal more with reconstructing the service history of your veteran. That being said, it is important to note that there are many variables that go into reconstructing a service history. The unit your veteran was assigned to at the time of discharge was most likely only one of a few different assignments during their career. To get the best picture of a veteran’s service takes a great deal of research that can involve many different record sets, held in multiple repository locations.
For this service, we require a telephone conversation to determine the needs and goals of your project. We will work with you to put together the best plan of action and keep you informed with each step of the process.
We would be honored to help tell your veteran’s story.
Why choose us to help you?
We are passionate about our veterans and their service; and we have a strong desire to see their stories told. When you hire us to conduct military research, we will take the same care and give the same attention to detail as we would to our own veteran family members.
We include you in the process and keep you up-to-date and well informed on where we are each step of the way. Our goal is to always provide our clients with the very best information available at the time.