Posts Tagged With: navy

Military Monday – Missing in Action and Presumed Date of Death

I received the service file for a World War II Naval Pilot I am researching. There is still a lot of work to be done but one thing struck me that needs to be addressed. This is the date a soldier was declared Missing in Action versus the date they died or were presumed dead. […]

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Join the WWII Conversation at the World War II History Network!

About a month ago I was invited by a colleague on LinkedIn to join the community at the World War II History Network. Once I did that, I was quickly put to work as a “Staff” to help moderate the genealogy group. Getting involved in this community has been a good thing for me personally […]

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Military Monday – Glenview Hangar One Foundation and Museum

Have you ever walked into a historic site or former military area and felt the energy and know there are so many stories just waiting to be told? That’s how I felt this weekend when a friend and I visited Glenview’s Hangar One Foundation Museum.It is almost as if the men who trained and served […]

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