WWII Veteran’s Voice Returns to Family After KIA

An LP, mistaken as a disco record, survives a house fire and lost for 73 years returns to family in California   ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, December 3, 2018— On March 30, 1945, Sgt. Earl W. Garrison was with the 99th Bombardment Squadron, 9th Bomb Group en route to Japan when his crew experienced mechanical trouble. […]

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MEET Footsteps Researcher – Loïc Jankowiak!

My name is Loïc Jankowiak, I am 25 years old and a graphic designer living in Bandol, France. Please see my website at ljankowiak.fr.  I think I became a designer, so that I could blend my passion for history with creation to have the ‘power’ (insert laugh) to share to the media as I want. […]

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Footsteps Researchers adding archive detective at NARA College Park, Maryland

We are happy to announce that we are now able to get WWII Unit Journals, After Action Reports, photographs, and maps much faster from the NARA facility in College Park, Maryland.  In the past, we had to request them through another Independent for Hire Researcher which added to the cost and slowed down the process […]

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In Search of a Father’s Footsteps – June 7, 1944

The son of Captain Henry C. Hobbs is pretty happy right now. For many years, he has been searching for the location in Normandy, France where his father crash-landed his glider on June 7, 1944. All of his men survived and they walked over four miles to a command post in Les Forges before heading […]

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Front page Standard Speaker, Pennsylvania

Myra and Joey were team members on this great adventure with Bob Konings and his crew! We love the King Size project!

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Archival Materials

There are several types of archival materials, including but not limited to service records and reports: NARA College Park After-Action Reports Unit Journals Histories General Orders Photographs Maps Disclaimer: Please bear in mind that requesting and receiving your files usually take a minimum of two to four weeks! For service records, NARA St. Louis needs […]

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