Ancestry offering free access to Military Records through D-day (June 6th)

Ancestry is offering free access to military records through June 6th. From the website:

” To honor the memories and celebrate the courage of all that have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, Ancestry.com has released the largest online collection of U.S. military records available. Featuring more than 90 million names and spanning American history from the mid-1600s through Vietnam, this collection represents all of America’s major wars and conflicts. Records include draft registration cards, prisoner of war records, muster rolls (unit rosters), burial registers, enlistment records and rare historical media such as newsreels shown during WWII. These records help Americans discover insightful details about ancestors that served in the U.S. Armed Forces.”

See additional information on the Ancestry.com Blog or click the link below to search now:

Search the U.S. Military Collection for free

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