U.S. Department of Defense, official site offering news and information about military base closures.
From the International Museum of the Horse, a history of the first peace-time African-American Army Units.
Includes links to Merchant Marine document/license applications, medical exam forms, sea service forms, approved courses, exam questions, deck guide, engineering guide, regional exam centers, and more.
Place to find support, fellowship, and answers to important questions, for "Coastie spouses."
While still under construction, this site already contains a brief history of the Coast Guard. It has artwork and personal pictures from World War II and Vietnam, with plans to add the same from Korea and Desert Storm. A labor of love, done by Bill Wells GMCM, USCG(Ret), this site also has links to "other good sites" for Coast Guard information.
Information about Army, Navy, Marine, Air Force, and Coast Guard installations abound the world. Includes military personnel statistics and a pdf list of worldwide installations.
Started by Fred T. Jane, Jane's is widely regarded today as the ultimate source for defense, aerospace and transportation information. Jane's Online includes their photo of the week and interview of the week, news briefs, a Defense Glossary with over 20,000 defense-related acronyms and abbreviations, and much more.
From the U.S. Army Center of Military History, the full-text listings of Medal of Honor Citations. Indexed by war from the Civil War to Somalia.
Provides 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.
Contains the complete texts of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and the Manual for Courts Martial and many other publications.
Information on TRICARE, pharmacy, and other patient information.
Gateway to United States Department of the Navy online resources. Includes links to the Blue Angels schedule, Naval Reserve Force, Navy Public Affairs Library, and more.
Enter personal career factors, bonus allocation information, and other economic factors, to get an estimate of your military retirement pay.
Official Selective Service homepage. Contains information on how to register with Selective Service, who must register, conscientious objection, aliens and dual nationals, and more.
Founded in 1968, affiliated with the National Association for Uniformed Services, this nonprofit organization works to protest benefits and entitlements of military widows.
From the ALA Office of Government Affairs, a wiki to help veterans and their families understand the new GI Bill.
Includes information about benefits, education, Veterans Care Centers, and more.
Includes contact information, fact sheets, history, employer support information and more.
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