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July 12, 2023 marks the 50th anniversary of the fire that destroyed thousands of Army and Army Air Force and Air Force Official Military Personnel Files at the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) in St. Louis. Since then, countless families have been unable to obtain their veteran’s files because they were told, ‘All the records burned.’ However, this isn’t quite true that no information can be discovered.
Have you wondered if there were other sources to help you tell your veteran’s story? I developed a two-part strategy to help people research any veteran from any military branch in any 20th century war. This workbook and journal provides you with that strategy and plenty of checklists, instructions, writing prompts, and pages to record up to five of your family’s veteran’s information so you can write your stories. Are you ready to find answers, closure, and peace in your family’s military history? If so, this workbook and journal is for you. This workbook also is an excellent resource for homeschool families wishing to learn more about their patriotic past.
Are You Ready to Discover Your Veteran’s Story?
If you’d like to discuss what’s available to help tell your stories or perhaps you have researched and are ready to write the stories, email me to set up a free phone consult to discuss your research project. firstname.lastname@example.org
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