How do I find someone in the Canadian army?

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How do I find someone in the Canadian army?

FINDING A PERSON: For a person, go to and put in the person’s name. You may be lucky and find them. If you know the Regiment/Unit/Ship/Wing that the person belonged to in the military, then search the internet for that unit.

How can I find out if a family member was in the army?

Please use the Defense Manpower Data Center’s (DMDC) Military Verification service to verify if someone is in the military. The website will tell you if the person is currently serving in the military. The site is available 24-hours a day.

Was WW1 worth it for Canada?

Yes, the war was worth it for Canada because Canada’s Identity significantly Improved throughout the First World War. Canada’s civil rights movement is shown in the first World War when Canada joined the war as imperial domination and left the fight as a country of pride.

How do you find military records?

Visit the Society website at to learn more about the group and to find the email address to contact for an invitation to our Zoom meeting. Those who do not have a computer can join the Zoom meeting from their phone; so, call Bonnie at 440-428-3783 or Cynthia at 440-951-0914 to get the phone number for the meeting.

Where can I find World War 1 records?

Find and view a World War I service record online. All World War I service records can be viewed digitally on RecordSearch or through our dedicated Discovering Anzacs website.. RecordSearch. To find a person’s service records on RecordSearch, click on the NameSearch tab.. Discovering Anzacs

How to find military service records?

How to find military service records. Current military service records are found at the Department of National Defence (DND) and then are transferred to Library and Archives Canada (LAC) for safe keeping. There are two ways to obtain these records: You can search LAC’s online databases . -OR-.

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