Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions2022-12-27T17:16:53-06:00
How can I learn the details of how my grandfather was wounded in World War I?2022-12-27T17:29:52-06:00

The National Archives holds reports on most of the 300,000 men wounded in the war. These include reports on Casualties, or Wound Chevron special orders, which can provide valuable military service information, including types of injuries and location of service. At Redbird Research we search all information that is available in various repositories and national archives.

Is it true that almost all World War I military records were lost in a fire?2022-12-27T17:27:29-06:00

The 1973 fire destroyed [many but not all] U.S. Army personnel records created from 1912 to 1963, but it did not damage U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps personnel files.

How much does the service cost?2022-12-27T17:22:30-06:00

At Redbird Research, we understand that every project is unique and requires special attention in order to get the results that you need. That’s why we prefer to discuss your specific research needs before giving you a price quote. You can easily fill out the form provided for the service you require with all the relevant details about your project, so we can assess and provide you with a quote in a timely manner. We aim at providing flexibility and utmost efficiency throughout your project, enabling you to get the results you are looking for.


Go to Top