Unofficial U.S. Military Service Locator
for a son, daughter, or buddy - active duty, reserves,
or retired? In response to dozens of requests,
I have gathered these resources on one page to
aid your search.
There isn't much else we can do to help you with your search as these are the
same resources we would use, but for other suggestions or additions (we will
add your non-commercial guestbook, locator, or search engine for free), you
can send email via our contact link.:
your search for an active duty serviceperson is
an emergency, try the American Red Cross first.
you finish your search, you can
go back to the US Special Operations Home Page
The Navy World-Wide locator will forward letters to
retired members of the Navy. For this assistance, send
a letter in a stamped envelope with the name
of the retired serviceman on the
front and no return address to:
Reserve Personnel Center
4400 Dauphin Street
New Orleans, LA 70149
We are working on finding a good locator for former Naval Special Warfare personnel
if you know of one please let us know.
Marine Corps Official
you are Active Duty, Veteran, or a Family Member
you may call the Marine Locator Service at (703)
784-3942 /43/44/45. You should have an SSN, Date
of Birth, and an MOS if possible. Non-veterans
or non-family members can send written request
the address below with a payment of $3.50 made payable to the U.S. Treasury.
service is for locating Active Duty Personnel ONLY. If your trying to locate
or discharged Marine they will only be able to give you a discharge date.
of the Marine Corps
HQMC, Code MMSB-10
2008 Elliot Rd, Suite 201
Quantico, Virginia 22134-5030
can search the Marine
Guest Book - at last check, thousands of Marines
had signed in at this unofficial USMC site.
your buddy with Air America? Try here:
email Allen Cates at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr. Cates is a former Marine and Air America pilot. He is also VP of the Air
to find an old marine buddy? Search millions of
records using this advanced database Visit
Search all 5 military branches for your favorite units,
past and present, with the Military Unit Finder. Visit
Military - General
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) offers a vet/retired
locator service. For a small fee they will send
a list of matching names and supply all known facts
about a person's military history. If the service
is unable to find a matching name, you will get
your money back. You can write for information at:
Vets National Archives, Finders/Seekers
1809 Vandiver Dr.
Columbia, MO 65202-1916.
Help on exposing those who falsely claim to have been a member of
the US military, US Special Operations Forces Visit
these don't help you, try these civilian search
Yahoo! People Search
to Special Operations Home Page
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