Nebraska Military Information

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information that you'd like to contribute regarding Nebraskans in the Military or if you would
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If you are interested please contact Contact the State Coordinator

 

Home pages for branches of the US Military
U.S. AIR FORCE    U.S. ARMY    U.S. COAST GUARD    U.S. NAVY    U. S. MARINE CORPS

Omaha, Nebraska: Command and Support Center The History of the Post of Omaha, Fort Omaha, Fort Crook and the Quartermaster Depots.  Thanks to Fred M. Greguras!

The National Archives  Genealogy
The National Archives  Military Records Page

The History Net  Where History Lives on the Web

Veterans History Project Library of Congress

Center for Life Stories Preservation Home Page  A resource for helping people capture their family and life stories, including a veterans section with military memoirs

Department of Veterans Affairs  Home page of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
     Burial & Memorial Benefits

US Army Center for Military History

Naval Historical Center  Historical information about the United States Navy

Historical Text Archive 

The American Legion Department of Nebraska

RootsWeb's Guide to Tracing Family Trees
    Military Records (worldwide - Lesson 13)
    U. S. Military Records (Lesson 14)

Military Organization, Installations in Nebraska

The War Chart A timeline listing many wars

101st Airborne Division Assn.

National 4th Infantry Division Association

Military Mailing Lists Genealogy Resources On The Internet 

On-Line Library  NEGenWeb Project Resource Center

Mardos Memorial Library Nebraska Military Selections

American Battle Monuments Commission 

Fort Crook Village by Fred Greguras

Ft. McPherson National Cemetery
HCO 1, BOX 67
Maxwell, NE. 69151
(308) 582-4433

History of Fort McPherson

Military Grave Markers Images 
Note: The older markers are generally on stakes, stuck in the ground adjacent to the stone.  Newer ones may be mounted on the gravestone.

Antique and Modern Commemorative FlagHolders & Plaques Found in Cemeteries Tri-Counties Genealogy & History by Joyce M. Tice

The Department of Veterans Affairs Nationwide Gravesite Locator

 

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