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 Oklahoma Military Records

 CIVIL WAR (1861-1865)

 

 

WORLD WAR I (1914-1918)

Form 180 (Military service records, World War I and later). For World War 2 information, write to National Personnel Records Center, 9700 Page Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63132  and request Form 180, fill it out and a copy of the service record/pension application records will be sent to you.  Most requests received at NPRC are seeking information from the Official Military Personnel Files of service veterans, and health, clinical, and medical records of military and non-military personnel who received treatment at U.S. military medical facilities worldwide.
National Archives and Records Administration

World War I Draft Registration Cards
National Archives Center, Fort Worth, TX
About The Cards | Oklahoma - Registration Cards [75 rolls] |Indians, Prisoners, Insane, In Hospital and Late Registrants [18 rolls]

NOTE:
At the Fort Worth, TX facility you must make your own copies on site. 
Copies by mail are available from National Personnel Records Center, St. Louis, MO facility by using Form 180.

 


WORLD WAR II (1941-1945)

Military service records - see World War I above.
Early Draft Registration Cards -- Per Oklahoma County Courthouse these early day draft registration cards were not kept. The Oklahoma County Library has no records of these cards, nor does the Oklahoma Historical Society. These draft registration cards are known to be available in other counties, check the county of interest for information.

December 7, 1941
The battleship, Oklahoma capsized at Pearl Harbor.

Oklahoma Casualties World War II

 

KOREAN WAR (1950-1953)

Military service records - see World War I above.

Oklahoma Casualty List

Military Persons Who Died in the Korean and Vietnam Conflicts
This site provides links to alpha lists by states and lists by residence within state. To go directly to the Oklahoma lists, use Oklahomans Who Died in the Vietnam Conflict (listed by Town)

Korean War Project

 

VIETNAM (1961-1975)

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial - Oklahoma

Oklahoma Casualty List

 

If your veteran does not have a tombstone, contact Veterans Headstone Applications at 1-800-827-1000 for information about obtaining a stone at no cost to you.

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Linda Simpson, State Coordinator
Mel Owings, Assistant Coordinator