How do I find my navy photos?

How do I find my navy photos?

Photographic Reproductions This service can be obtained, however, through the Naval Historical Foundation (888-880-0102). For information on access to the NHHC photo archives, email us at [email protected] or call 202.433. 2765.

How do I find my father’s Royal Navy records?

The National Archives guide to Royal Naval Division service records. Service records (ADM 339) on TNA, Lives of the First World War and FindMyPast (£) An index with links to TNA records on Ancestry (£) Approximately 50,000 original service records at NMRN.

How do I find someone’s military record UK?

Other ways to find service records

  1. the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website.
  2. the Armed Forces Memorial roll of honour.
  3. the National Archives for service records from 1913 to 1920 or service records before 1913.

How do I find my Navy records?

You can find veterans’ military service records from World War I to the present from the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC). The NPRC houses many types of records, including Official Military Personnel Files (OMPF).

Where can I find images of the Royal Navy?

This database contains all the latest imagery from the Royal Navy and Royal Marines on operations around the globe. Unless otherwise indicated*, the images presented on this website have been produced by military staff, or civil servants who work for the Ministry of Defence (MOD), and thus are subject to Crown copyright.

What does the Royal Navy research archive do?

The Royal Navy Research Archive aims to provide virtual museum, giving access to a range of web materials related to RN ships, establishments, units, and personnel, primarily from the start of World War One through into the 21st century. Content includes articles, short histories and the reminiscences…

Where are the military records at the National Archives?

The National Archives holds Federal military service records in two repositories: The National Archives Building in Washington, D.C., for Revolutionary War – 1912 National Military Personnel Records Center (NPRC), in St. Louis, Missouri, for WWI – present.

How many service records are there in the Royal Navy?

Until the late 19th century these service records tend to be very basic. The majority will contain: From the late 19th century onwards some will also contain: It is possible for an officer to have multiple service records and in most of these instances we have joined them into one download.