Military Research

Military Monday – USMC Pvt. William F. Cowart, Case Study Part 3

This week we wrap up our discussion of Marine Pvt. William F. Cowart and look at his Individual Deceased Personnel File (IDPF.) Cowart was deemed unrecoverable by the Graves Registration Service because they could not locate and identify his remains which had been buried on Tarawa. His IDPF does not contain a lot of new […]

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Writing Wednesday – Book Review “When Books Went To War”

I suspect I’m like many people with a stack of books 10 feet high next to their beds or on their desks. Currently I am reading four books which I do intend to finish and review on my blog in the next couple of months. I worked so much in the fall completing client books […]

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Military Monday – USMC Pvt. William F. Cowart, A Case Study Part 1

If you read my post last Monday on my partial book review of “Tarawa The Story of a Battle,” you know I brought up a lot of issues for future discussion regarding the Marine Corps in World War II, battle conditions, burial information and procedures, and the records themselves. This week I am going to […]

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