WWII Army and Army Air Force Casualties NEW! 20 March 2009
News Clipping: Hunter Brothers in Korea NEW! 7 June 2009
Curtis Willard SMITH Sr., World War II NEW! 17 March 2009
MILITARY RESOURCE LINKS:
Arkansas Military Personnel Who Died From Hostile Action (Including Missing and Captured) in the Korean War, 1950-1957
Arkansas Military Personnel Who Died (Including Missing and Captured Declared Dead) as a result of the Vietnam conflict, 1957-1995
The Bradley County Veterans, Inc.
"Bradley County Veterans, Inc is involved in a project that needs a great amount of effort and support from Bradley County citizens. The Bradley County Veterans, Inc. has come a long way in their effort to establish a Veterans Museum honoring those Bradley County veterans who served in the defense of their country during WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, and to the present time.
The main purpose of the Bradley County Veterans Museum is to memorialize all Bradley County servicemen and women, alive or deceased, who served this nation in war or peace, and to help educate and inform the public about the military heritage of veterans who lived all, or part of their lives in Bradley County. We are currently in the process of collecting military data and photos of all Bradley County Veterans. All military data will be maintained in a data base and photos will be displayed on the walls of the museum.
Any assistance you could provide in helping with this worthwhile project would be greatly appreciated." ~~ Robert W. Tate
If you are looking for an ancestor's Confederate pension record, you can order this from the Arkansas History Commission.
If you are looking for service records for Union or Confederate soldiers who served in Arkansas units, you can also order
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Background is a Vintage Memorial Day postcard.