UNIT RECORDS - U. S. ARMY

U.S. ARMY RECORDS

Selected World War II, Korean War, and Vietnam Conflict U.S. Army
Records at the National Archives and Records Administration

Among the large volume of military records in the holdings of the National archives and Records Administration of the United States are World War II, Korean War, and Vietnam Conflict U.S. Army unit records such as after action reports, lessons learned, and daily journals. These records are contained in Record Group 407 (Records of the Adjutant General's Office, 1917-), Record Group 338 (Records of U.S. Army Commands), and Record Group 472 (Records of the U.S. Forces in Southeast Asia, 1950-1975, respectively. They are available for use at:

                           Office of Regional Records Services
                           National Archives and Records Administration
                           8601 Adelphi Road
                           College Park, Maryland 20740-6001
                            http://www.archives.gov/facilities/md/archives_2.html
                           Telephone: 866-272-6272. The direct dial number is 301-837-2003
                           

                           Suitland
                           Washington National Records Center
                           4205 Suitland Road
                           Suitland, Maryland 20746-8001
                           Telephone: 301-457-7000
                           E-mail: center@suitland.nara.gov
                           Web: www.nara.gov/records/wnrc.html
                           Fax: 301-457-7117

Holdings: Records center holdings for Federal agency headquarters offices in the
District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia; Federal agency field offices in
Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia; Federal courts in the District of Columbia; and U.S. Armed Forces worldwide
.

Non-textual records such as motion pictures, photographs, maps aerial photos, video and audio tapes, etc., are also located at the National Archives at College Park.

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Copies of World War II, Korean War, and Vietnam Conflict U.S. Army morning reports and rosters are available only by mail from the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, Missouri.

                          National Personnel Records Center

                             Address:
                                      Military Personnel Records Branch
                                      9700 Page Boulevard
                                      St. Louis, MO 63132

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