Military History Series

  • First Service Command  (CT, MA, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT) –
    • Available in near future
  • Second Service Command  (DE, NJ, NT) –
    • Available in near future
  • Third Service Command  (MD, PA, VA) –
    • AVAILABLE – January 2017
  • Fourth Service Command  (AL, FL, GA, MS, NC, SC, TN) –
    • Available in near future
  • Fifth Service Command  (IN, KY, OH, WV) –
    • AVAILABLE NOW
  • Sixth Service Command  (IL, MI, WI) –
    • AVAILABLE NOW
  • Seventh Service Command  (CO, IA, KS, MN, MO, NE, ND, SD, WY) –
    • AVAILABLE NOW
  • Eighth Service Command  (AR, LA, NM, OK, TX) –
    • Available in near future
  • Ninth Service Command  (AZ, CA, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA) –
    • Available in near future
  • Non-CONUS Installations  (AK, HI, Caribbean, Canada, North Atlantic) –
    • Available in near future

In an effort to bring as much authentic detail to this series as possible, we have visited a great many of the sites as possible – some are still in operation, some are skeletons of their former wartime operation and some are simply gone.  Our own photography tries to amplify upon the textual descriptions as possible.  Additionally, we have visited every local library where we did site visits, as well as historical societies and talked with as many individuals who served at or lived near the facility as we could track down.  We augmented our own research with additional details from the internet and maps and aerial photos from Google Earth when necessary.

The Center for Military of History, Fort McNair, was kind enough to provide us with two series of documentation from the Office of the Adjutant General: Directory of the Army of the United States and the Station List of the Army of the United States.  With these references we have been able to incorporate appendices listing all the units stationed at the installation for the reporting period (not all reporting periods were available).

The data on installations are organized by Service Command (one per book), by state within, and then by branch of the Army: Ground Forces, Air Forces, Service Forces, and POW Camps.

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Sample Data (Station List of the Army of the United States)

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