Ancestry.com. USA, militära förluster under Koreakriget, 1950–1957 [webbaserad databas]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2005.

Korean Conflict Casualty File, 1/1/1950-2/7/1957; NAID: 1127772; Records of Military Personnel Who Died as a Result of Hostilities During the Korean War, ca. 1977-11/1979; Records of the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Record Group 330; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.

Korean War Casualty File, 2/13/1950-12/31/1953 [Archival Database]; Records on Korean War Dead and Wounded Army Casualties, 1950-1970; AAD: TAGOKOR AAD; Records of the Adjutant General's Office, Record Group 407; National Archives at College Park, College Park, MD.

 USA, militära förluster under Koreakriget, 1950–1957

Den här databasen innehåller information om amerikanska soldater som dog under Koreakriget. Den typ av information som kan finnas här är bland annat: namn, truppslag, ort för skadan, bostadsort, födelsedatum, kön, etnisk tillhörighet och medborgarskap."

This database is an amalgamation of two databases--one that was created by the Department of Defense and one by the Adjutant General's Office. The database that was created by the Department of Defense is a compilation of information related to U.S. military personnel who died as a result of combat during the Korean War. The database compiled by the Adjutant General's Office contains information on U.S. Army personnel who were casualties in the Korean War. About a quarter of these records are for officers and soldiers that died, while the other three-quarters are of personnel who were non-fatal casualties. Information contained in the overall collection includes:

  • Name
  • Military Service Branch
  • Place of Casualty
  • Casualty Group
  • File Reference Number
  • Processing date
  • Service Number
  • Military Grade or Rank
  • Pay Grade
  • Date of casualty or declared dead
  • Service Component
  • Home City or County
  • Home State
  • Birth Date (for deceased casualties only)
  • Cause of Casualty
  • Type of Casualty
  • Detail of Casualty
  • Aircraft Involvement (Air/Non-Air Casualty)
  • Place of Disposition
  • Date of Disposition
  • Military Occupational Specialty
  • Troop Program Sequence Number
  • Unit Number
  • Race (American Indian, Caucasian, Malayan, Mongolian, Negro, Unknown or Not Reported)
  • Sex
  • Citizenship (U.S. Citizen or Alien)
  • Last Record (all are "yes" for deceased individuals)
  • Disposition of Evacuations (Deaths, Returned to Duty, Separated (other than disability), Separated for Disability, Still in Hospital)
  • Source (indicates whether the record is from the Department of Defense (Korean Conflict Casualty File) or the Adjutant General's Office (Korean War Casualty File)

Note: not all of this information will be provided for each record. Information given will vary according to source, availability of info, and whether applicable.