Since our beginnings in 1984, the group has been dedicated to one goal, the compilation and preservation of World War II records. We have systematically arranged the primary source documentation into various database formats which allow for a speedy retrieval of information to meet our research needs.
In an effort to streamline our workload, we only deal with the World War II era. Our originial goal was to track only Armed Forces personnel but have changed our goal to include Merchant Marine and civilian casualties as well
Our accomplishments will be listed in the following pages. This is only the beginning. Examples of the databases and how they are used will be shown on their individual pages.
From beginner to advanced researcher, geneologist or next-of-kin we may have the answers you are seeking. Our initial consultations are free. Simply fill out the contact form and send it to us.
For over 65 years the government hid his body from the family, in plain site, as an unknown buried in the American Battle Monuments Cemetery in Manila, Philippine Islands.
The reader can find the entire story in the Lt. Woodie Lackland McVay section of the Recovered MIA page. He is back home with his family now in Mobile, Alabama.
There are over 9,000 more unknowns scattered around the world in both foreign and domestic cemeteries. How many more cases can be resolved? If you, or someone you know, has a relative missing from the war, get involved.
Families deserve closure, not bureacratic inertia. It has been over 70 years since that war started and they are still not home. They paid the ultimate price. The government they fought to protect has all but abandoned them.
Marines never leave our dead behind. Why has the Army been allowed to get away with it?