American Gulf War Veterans Association
Comprehensive site giving lots of information on gulf war illness, biological and chemical warfare, CFS, FMS, Vaccines, anthrax, mycoplasma, and Veteran support information
Stop POW Torture
When the POW group and their families conceived of this effort and determined that they would go forward, no one would have guessed that, after offering international arbitration to Iraq and gathering the evidence of the crimes committed, the group would be fighting its own government in order to hold the perpetrators of torture accountable. Included here are background materials explaining how this set of circumstances has come to pass.
The National Gulf War Resource Center
The National Gulf War Resource Center is an international coalition of advocates and organizations providing a resource for information, support, and referrals for all those concerned with the complexities of Persian Gulf War issues, especially Gulf War illnesses and those held prisoner or missing in action.
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund
To preserve the legacy Vietnam Veterans Memorial, to promote healing and to educate about the impact of the Vietnam War.
Vietnam Veterans In Canada
We are a Warrior Society. We exist for the mutual benefit of those Military Veterans of the Vietnam War who reside in Canada, and other areas outside the Continental United States, and who choose to become Voting Members of the Society.
Vietnam Veterans Organizations and Support Groups
A World Wide Web Locator for Veterans and Friends of Veterans who are looking for other Vietnam Veterans.
Vietnam War Dead Database
A downloadable standalone database and viewing program, names and other data of over 58,000 members of the U.S. Forces that died in Vietnam War
13th Bomb Squadron Association
The U.S. Air Force's famous B-26 Light Bomber Squadron of the Korean War
Korean War Project
Korean War Memorials. The Korean War Project is a Non Profit Corporation devoted to the study of the Korean War.
Korean War Veterans Memorial
The passing of more than four decades has brought a new perspective to the war and its aftermath. The time has come, in the eyes of the Nation, to set aside a place of remembrance for the people who served in this hard-fought war half a world away. The Korean War Veterans Memorial honors those Americans who answered the call, those who worked and fought under the trying of circumstances, and those who gave their lives for the cause of freedom.
World War II
Navajo Code Talkers: World War II Fact Sheet
Guadalcanal, Tarawa, Peleliu, Iwo Jima: the Navajo code talkers took part in every assault the U.S. Marines conducted in the Pacific from 1942 to 1945. They served in all six Marine divisions, Marine Raider battalions and Marine parachute units, transmitting messages by telephone and radio in their native language -- a code that the Japanese never broke.
World War II Memorial
The World War II Memorial honors the 16 million who served in the armed forces of the U.S., the more than 400,000 who died, and all who supported the war effort from home.
World War II Registry
Any U.S. citizen who helped win the war, whether a veteran or someone on the home front, is eligible for the Registry. Names in the Registry will be forever linked to the memorial's bronze and granite representations of their sacrifice and achievement.
Department of Veterans Affairs
The Department of Veterans Affairs provides patient care and federal benefits to veterans and their dependents. The home page for the Department of Veterans Affairs provides links to veterans benefits and services, as well as information and resources for other Departmental programs and offices.
Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs
Kentucky is home to more than 370,000 veterans. KDVA serves our veterans in three primary areas of support: healthcare, benefits, and cemeteries. This website contains details concerning each of these major service areas as well as special programs of interest to Kentucky's vets.
National POW/MIA Recognition Day
Observances of National POW/MIA Recognition Day are held across the country on military installations, ships at sea, state capitols, schools and veterans' facilities. This observance is one of six days throughout the year that Congress has mandated the flying of the National League of Families' POW/MIA flag.