Deceased Veteran Registry
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Deceased Veteran Registry

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  • Go to The Application
  • About The Registry
  • How to Access The Registry

    The Application

    Please use lowercase for all entries

    LAST NAME: (required)
    First Name: (required)
    Middle Name:
    Title:
    Jr Sr II III IV

    Name of Cemetery or burial place (required):

    Last duty station:

    Highest rank:

    Medals received:

    YOUR Last Name: (required)

    YOUR First Name: (required)

    YOUR Middle Name:

    YOUR Email Address (required)
    Please DO NOT use an AOL.COM email address at this time because AOL has implemented restrictive delivery policies.:


    Please re-type your email address for verification:

    Family member Street Address:

    City, State (required):

    ZipCode / Postal Code:
    Phone:Fax:


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    About The Registry

    The American Heroes Personnel Registry is America's was established on July 4th, 1988. It is the largest online public access locator database in the United States. To date the Registry contains over 81 million listings from the Revolutionary War to the Present. New listings are added daily. Existing listings are updated continuously.

    You may also place a military-era photograph of yourself or another person in The Registry's G.I.. Photograph Museum of Honor. For more info click the G.I. Photograph Museum banner below.

    For information about accessing the Registry/Locator, click here.

    THE G.I. PHOTOGRAPH MUSEUM OF HONOR
    All Veterans can display their military-era photo at no cost