The Library of Congress, Veterans History Project is an effort to preserve oral histories, memoirs and collections of historical documents of U.S. veterans from World War I to the present. However, the Veterans History Project no longer accepts online registrations, and instead has provided a complete "Kit" for your use. This kit includes all the forms you will need for your submission, plus easy instructions on how to complete the forms.
Many veterans we have spoken to mentioned that their service wasn't in a battle zone, or their specialty wasn't they consider "worthy" of writing about. Well, that's just silly! Every veteran who served their country needs to have their service years recorded, so don't put it off - your heirs and future family will be happy you did.
Just follow this link to get started -> www.loc.gov/vets/about.html
The main purpose of this blog is to bring awareness to America's missing from past wars and conflicts either as a Prisoner of War, or Missing in Action. We also include Contractors, Law Enforcement Officers and civilians being held in known terrorist countries.
Our fallen veteran's will also have a spot on here as well as appropriate news for and about veterans.
It is also a place to express views and opinions about current events affecting our veterans and/or senior population.