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- King County WWI Casualties (images)
- King County WWII Casualties (searchable)
- Military and other casualties (HistoryLink):
Washington State Roll of Honor
HistoryLink's compilation of more than 9000 Washingtonians who gave their lives serving their country.
Included is the Philippine Insurrection (1899-1904), WWI (partial list), WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War, Grenada, Gulf War, Afghanistan, and Iraq.
- WWI casualties (SecState.wa.gov): Soldiers of the Great War (Volume 3)
- WWII casualties (National Archives): Army-Air Force Casualties
- WWII Army Enlistment Records (1938 - 1946 ) (National Archives): Archival Database (also includes POW info, etc.)
- Korean War casualties (National Archives): Archival Database (also includes POW info, etc.)
- Various records (National Archives): Online Veterans and Military Documents
- 1890-1970 veterans (SecState.wa.gov): Washington Soldiers Home & Colony.
This database includes 9,170 veterans who lived at the Washington Soldiers Home & Colony between 1890 and 1970.
Names and info are from the Application for Admission forms. The forms include the date of birth, occupation, marital status, number of children, nearest relative, current residence, length of residence in Washington, and military record.
- Military records info (SecState.wa.gov): Veterans' Records for Washington State (look towards bottom of page).
Filed with the county auditors are military discharge papers ("DD 214's") from WW II forward. Contact the regional branch representing the appropriate county.
WW I & II, Korean, and Vietnam War Bonus Applications - Contact the State Records section.
Additional holdings include Territorial Muster Rolls - Contact the State Records section.
- Various links to Military Indexes