- Search the Fields of Honor Database to see what soldiers are from your state or for someone you know is buried there.
- Pull together materials to submit to the volunteers at the foundation.
- Talk to your local society about how it can help the foundation.
- If you live in Europe and research WWII, purchase a copy of my book to support the foundation and learn step-by-step, how to research. Faces of War: Researching Your Adopted Soldier.
- If you live in the U.S. and need assistance researching, Volumes 1 and 2 of Stories from the World War II Battlefield, are the only books on the market available which teach you step-by-step how to do WWII research.
- Attend one of my WWII talks in the U.S. or Europe to learn how to research.
The last several years I’ve been researching and writing my WWII books and programs, I’ve been working with members of Stichting Verenigde Adoptanten Amerikaanse Oorlogsgraven (Foundation United Adopters American War Graves) in the Netherlands. This group is responsible for two projects which honor our WWII Soldiers buried in American Battle Monument Commission (ABMC) cemeteries overseas. The members of this foundation are fantastic and we’ve had an excellent give and take of helping each other. I met many of them in person at the cemeteries and while traveling in Europe.