Links of Interest

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World War II Impressions.  A vendor that offers American-made original and quality reproduction World War II uniforms, equipment, and personal items.

At The Front.  A vendor that offers original and quality reproduction World War II uniforms, equipment, and personal items.

World War II Dog Tags.  A vendor that offers quality reproduction Army and Army Air Force dog tags. 

What Price Glory.  A vendor that offers original and quality reproduction World War II uniforms, equipment, and personal items.

National Capitol Historic Sales.  A vendor that offers original and quality reproduction World War II uniforms, equipment, and personal items.

Service Numbers: U.S. Marine Corps.  An article explaining the Marine Corps' use and assignment of service number for officers and enlisted personnel.

Service Numbers: U.S. Navy.  An article explaining the Navy's use and assignment of service number for officers and enlisted personnel.

Service Numbers: U.S. Coast Guard.  An article explaining the Coast Guard's use and assignment of service number for officers and enlisted personnel.

Blitzkrieg Baby:  Resource site documenting the history of women serving in the armed forces during World War II and information for women who are interested in getting involved in living history.

USS Slater (DD-766) Destroyer Escort Historical Museum:  Moored in Albany, New York, the USS Slater and its volunteers educate the public on the life and times of the "tin can" sailors.

USS North Carolina (BB-55) Living History Crew:  Living history group portraying sailors and Marines aboard the USS North Carolina, now on display to the public in Wilmington, North Carolina.

World War II Gyrene.  A wealth of historical information on the Marine Corps of the Second World War.

National World War II Museum.  Located in New Orleans, Louisiana, the National WWII Museum tells the story of the American Experience in the war that changed the world—why it was fought, how it was won, and what it means today—so that all generations will understand the price of freedom and be inspired by what they learn.

The National Museum of the Marine Corps.  Located in Quantico, Virginia, the National Museum of the Marine Corps is a lasting tribute to U.S. Marines: past; present; and future.

The United States Navy Memorial.  The United States Navy Memorial is located in Washington, DC and serves as a memorial to those of the naval service and an educational resource to the general public.  

Wings over the Rockies Air and Space Museum.  Housed in a historic 150,000 sq. ft. 1930's-era former Air Force hangar, Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum is located in Denver, Colorado, and maintains a collection of over 48 aircraft and space vehicles.

Patriot's Point: Home of the USS Yorktown.  Located in Charleston, South Carolina, this is the website of the Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum and final port of the USS Yorktown (CV-10).

World War II Reenactor's Forum.  A forum where reenactors and living historians can share and discuss a variety of topics related to portraying  the life and times of those who served in World War II.

World War II In Color.  A website where visitors can view, share, and discuss photographs related to the Second World War.

Leatherneck.  A forum for Marines and those interested in the Marine Corps to discuss a variety of topics.

Marines: Together We Served.  A place to locate Marines you served with to share memories and photographs, and to network with other Marines.

Navy: Together We Served.  A place to locate shipmates and to share memories and photographs, and to network with other sailors.

Coast Guard: Together We Served.  A place to locate shipmates and to share memories and photographs, and to network with other members and former members of the Coast Guard.