Accessing a WWI burial file is an excellent way to reconstruct portions of a WWI veteran’s service history. These crucial records were fortunately spared from the 1973 fire that destroyed vast numbers of WWII military service records. In each case file, a record is made of the burial location and disposition of the veteran’s remains. Doing so generates paperwork that sheds light on the manner in which they lost their life, sometimes including eye-witness accounts. As grave matters, these archival materials help provide closure and closure for those who sacrificed their lives for our freedom during WWI and are as deserving of respect today as when they gave everything for our nation. Through access to these files maintained by the U.S National Archives, it is possible to better document the far-reaching direct and indirect consequences for citizens whose loved ones answered America’s wartime call.
Here at the Redbird Research, our WWI research specialists are committed to providing accurate and comprehensive files for any veteran who requests them. We locate the necessary files and scan it page by page to be viewed in its original form. Afterward, we send an invoice via email to the requester so that they can pay with a credit/debit card or Paypal. Once payment is confirmed, we will send burial case file directly to you, giving you access to detailed information about the veteran’s service record and burial details. Our team understands how important this process is, so rest assured that we work diligently and accurately throughout our scanning process.
**There is a nonrefundable 20% fee for research time**
* A $100.00 deposit is required to initiate search*