The follow-up to The Day That Lived in Infamy. It will be assumed attendees have basic knowledge about World War II research. After briefly touching on the basics of obtaining the OMPF, attendees will learn about additional records to trace the service of their soldier, sailor, or Marine in World War II.
In this engaging and informative presentation, Jennifer shares:
A trip through time, exploring the service history of several men and women.
- A brief recap on starting research and obtaining the Official Military Personnel File (OMPF).
- Air Force Accident Reports, Missing Air Crew Reports, Navy/Marine Corps Mission Reports.
- A look at Casualty and Prisoner of War (POW) records.
- Tips on weaving military, genealogical, and historical records together.
- Using Museums for research.
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