It's like Google for military info.
National Institute of Medicine: Military & Veterans
Studies, breaking news stories and experts.
This site uses Google Earth to enable the user to pinpoint where, when and how each service member died since the beginning of the war in Afghanistan. A line connects the service member's approximate location of death to his or her hometown. You can download the map off of this blog.
Latest headlines from U.S. military.
The Office of Naval Research
This office manages the science and technology programs for the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps.
Coast Guard News
Designed to give journalists a one-stop resource for Coast Guard information.
Stratfor.com Defense Information
The site charges a fee, but you can still get a decent amount of stories for free, and sign up for a free e-mail.
Paralyzed Veterans of America
Research, education, veteran's benefits, issues and expert sources.
Internet Resource Collection: Terrorism
UC-Irvine U.S. Government Librarian Kay Collins librarian gathered this great collection of links and references. It's easy to scan and offers some real gems, including an RSS feeds from the Department of Homeland Security.
Committee to Project Journalists: Journalist Security Guide
.PDF guide book to covering news in a dangerous, changing world.
USA.gov: Defense and International Relations Agencies
This site helps you identify government agencies at local, state, federal and international levels.
National Military Family Association
Stats, resources, contacts.
Library of Congress: Military Legal Resources
Links to dozens of websites, handbooks, etc.
U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute
Publishes security and strategic reports that bridge the military and academia, and covers terrorism issues.
Commission on the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and Terrorism
Newsroom and list of commission members, contact information.
Homeland Defense Journal
Full archives of publications, special reports, etc.
Center on Conscience and War
A nonprofit in Washington, D.C., that provides legal advice to U.S. troops.
History of the holiday and teaching resource guide.
Department of Defense: Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
A 734-page .PDF dictionary. It?s hard to print, but use a direct link or save to a hard drive or a CD-ROM.
ReligionLink: Iraq Resources
A great collection of organizations, information and links on values, ethics, etc. as they're applied to the war.
Iraq Deaths: Military Deaths by State
From the Vermont Valley News, deaths per capita by state, etc.
IRE: Terrorism-Related Materials
Information includes resources on terroist organizations and attacks, international reporting sources, guidelines on international sources and articles written for The IRE Journal and Uplink about covering international stories and terrorism.
Department of the Parliamentary Library, Parliament of Australia.
BYU: World War I Document Archives
From the Brigham Young Library.
War in Iraq -- Economics
Department of the Parliamentary Library, Parliament of Australia.
Eyewitness to History
War history and anecdotes through the eyes of those who lived it.
Network for Good: U.S. Troops Support
A great collection of links to troop support and resource sites.
RAND Corporation National Security Research
Federally funded documents center has a variety of links, reports and resources on military and national security issues.
RAND Corporation Public Safety Research
Federally funded documents center has a variety of links, reports and resources on public safety issues.
Homeland Security Page
Tom Ridge's page gives the Current Nationwide Threat Level.
Afghan Recovery Report
Afghan journalists, working with support from the Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR) and Media Action International (MAI) offer a free service aimed at providing local and international media outlets with "objective and reliable news from local sources.
Shots from Iraq, etc.
U.S. Army: Digital Video & Imagery Distribution System
Search through past stories.
Site from the U.S. Department of Defense. Releases, photos, transcripts, speeches, e-mail advisories and more.
PBS NOVA: Combat Hospital
Story of a war zone hospital.
Defense industry news.
Encyclopedia, maps, documents, photos, etc.
America's New War
Track the Terrorism conflict for a "good news, bad news" perspective.
Cyberjournalist.net 9/11 Attack Resources
Dozens of great resources.
The War in Context
News and commentary from the global press and alternative media relating to the war on terrorism and the Middle East conflict.
World War I Diaries
Listed by subject, author, period.
Veterans Administration: National Center for PTSD
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder information and research.
Defenselink: Department of Defense Almanac
A breakdown of the departments, employment stats, budgets and more.
CNN Fact Sheet: U.S. Attacks Terrorism
FAQ, bios of key players and background on the retaliatory attacks.
MSNBC Interactive War Map
A great explanatory site that includes history, interpretations, etc. of the Islamic faith.
Marine Corps History and Museum Division
All sorts of historical information.
U.S. Use of Pre-emptive Military Force
A .PDF file.
Global Beat: NYU's Center for War, Peace and the News Media
This site is useful for anyone who is interested in international news. Each week, Global Beat runs stories and backgrounders on important areas of the world, such as Iraq, Chechnya, South Asia, etc.
Terrorist Attacks: Regional Maps of Afghanistan
Several maps of Afghanistan, Kabul and several other places in the country and region. From the University of Texas at Austin.
U.S. Army: Soldier Stories
Run by the U.S. Army, this site focuses on interesting stories that might not have made the mainstream news.
Military History Encyclopedia
Reference for wars, individuals, weapons, concepts behind the wars, etc.
List of POW/MIAS
The Library of Congress has a list of prisoners of war and MIAs.
Track the Pentagon's efforts to clear up uncertainties about POWs.
National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia
The site includes a state-by-state listing of the missing.
Kitchen Table Gang: Helping Veterans
A veteran's group that helps hospitalized veterans.
Military Family Support Center
Links to dozens of organizations.
Medals Of Honor
The U.S. Army Center of Military History has a database of more than 3,400 Medals of Honor that ave been awarded since the decoration's creation in 1861. Transcripts are categorized by war.
This site "outs" people falsely claiming to be a part of the elite Navy unit.
Art of World War I
An archive of photography and artwork.
Links to all the official Armed Forces Web sites.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Veterans burial sites
This site offers information about funerals, ceremonies and sites.
Footnote.com: World War II Archives
Footnote and the National Archives assemble a collection of photos, news articles, case files about war crimes, accounts of air battles and much more.
Veteran's Day Home Page
The page includes a patriotic fact sheet, a listing of scheduled events in Washington DC, and links to other regional sites.
Korean War 50th Anniversary
Great research on the "forgotten war."
The Virtual Wall
An interactive tour of the Vietnam Memorial.
Veterans History Project
A great collection of military facts, stats and figures.
Online Vietnam Memorial
Features a database of more than 58,000 names.
U.S. Naval Observatory
Sun and moon data by year (from 1700 to 2100).
Korean War: 50th Anniversary
Dramatic images, maps, and online recollections from those who served.
Civil War Portal
Facts on units, weaponry, battles, etc.
Historic Government Publications from World War II [.pdf]
This new site from Southern Methodist University boasts more than 200 government documents from World War II.
ACES: Iraq Facts
Research from The American Copy Editors Society. Links to military, weapons, media outlets and more.
Washington Post's Dot Mil Column
Written by William Arkin, a former military intelligence analyst.
Tips how to/what to do if you spot a phony veteran.
How to spot phony POWs.
How to check to make sure someone claiming to be a Navy Seal really is one.
How to check to make sure someone claiming to be a Navy Frogman really is one.
Beliefnet.com: Memorial Day
Many features about Americans and the wars they fought.
DigitalJournalist.org: Bitter Passage: Kent State & the Fall of Saigon
A super multimedia package on the Vietnam War.
Sonshi.com: Sun--Tzu's "The Art of War"
Full translation of the 2,000-year-old Chinese book of strategy on and off the field of battle.
Ancestry.com: Military Records
Organized by war or by timeline, the site offers thousands of records, old newsreels, etc.
Medals of Honor Breakdown
Stats on types of honors by military branch.
Military Brats Registry
This site is a riot: An online community for military brats to get in touch with one another.
Homeland Security Digital Library
Search engine allows you to scan more than 30 homeland security blogs.
British National Risk Register
Cabinet office assess threats to Great Britain, including flu, flooding, terrorist attacks, etc.
Library of Congress: The Vietnam-Era Prisoner-of-War/Missing-in-Action Database
Search U.S. Government documents on U.S. military listed as unaccounted for as of December 1991.
The Great War Archive
Materials on WWI.
Smithsonian online magazine includes History of Flight, Flight Today, Military Aviaton and Space Exploration.