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National Resources: Tribute Web Sites and Organizations
PBS National Memorial Day Concert: Resources to Help
PBS provides a list of sites, like Homes for Our Troops and Pets for Vets, for veterans in need or for those interested in helping veterans.
USO (United States Organizations)
According to their website, "The USO lifts the spirits of America's troops and their families." This website has support information for military service members and their families. There is also information on this site for those who want to support the USO. Retrieved from http://www.uso.org/the-organization.aspx.
This is the federal webpage for Veterans Day remembrance. The site has information about the ceremony held every year on November 11 at Arlington National Cemetery, regional remembrances, the history of Veterans Day, and how one can become involved with remembrances.
Veterans History Project
Created by the Library of Congress's American Folklife Center, the Veterans History Project seeks to record the experiences of veterans so that they can be remembered by future generations. Select the "Search the Veterans Collection" link to search for interviews with veterans.
The Virtual Wall of Remembrance-PBS Memorial Day
PBS hosts a National Memorial Day concert each year. On the concert site is a virtual remembrance wall where people can post and view memories for the major U.S. conflicts from World War I through Afghanistan and Iraq.
Veterans' Service Records at the National Archives
Use this site to find out information about your service record or the service record of another veteran.
National Resources: Memorials and Museums
Korean War Memorial
The Korean War Memorial reminds Americans of those who served during the Korean War, and this website provides details about the war and its memorial.
National Museum of the Marine Corps
The Marine Corps museum site has links to other Marine Corps related websites and information about the museum. The museum is located in Triangle, VA.
National Museum of the United States Airforce
The museum of the U.S. Airforce is located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base near Dayton, OH. The museum's website has photographs and links to help those doing research on the U.S. Air Force.
The National Museum of the United States Army
This website has links to stories from soldiers, images of uniforms, and historical information about the U.S. Army.
The National Museum of the United States Navy
The site for the navy museum has tips about planning a visit to the museum, historical data about the U.S. Navy, and photographs. The museum is located in Washington, D.C.
The National Vietnam War Museum
Though not fully completed, the Vietnam War Museum is located in Texas, and it serves as a place of education and remembrance.
The National World War II Museum
This is the website for the National World War II Museum, which is located in New Orleans, LA. The site has WWII veteran statistics, along with other information about WWII.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
This National Park site has a wall of names of those whose lives were lost during the Vietnam War. The Vietnam Women's Memorial and "The Three Servicemen" statue are also at this site.
World War II Memorial
This memorial honors the men and women who served in World War II.
President Trump: Veterans Day 2019
A video of President Trump speaking in New York City on Veterans Day 2019. The video originated with C-SPAN and lasts about 34 minutes.