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Military Records

The Wyoming State Archives has military discharge records, but may not be complete. Most of the discharge records begin in the early twentieth century; in order to check these records the researcher needs to know the county in which the ancestor filed for discharge.

The State Adjutant General’s Office has military records as well. For more information, contact the Adjutant General’s Office, 5500 Bishop Blvd., Cheyenne, WY 82002.

The Wyoming State Archives also has Selective Service Cards (1942–46).

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Forts and the Frontier

List of Forts and Posts

History, Records and Pictures of Forts

Indian Wars

Battles and Battlefields

Civil War
Civil War service records will be found in Nebraska Territory records.

Spanish American War

World War 1
The Wyoming State Archives has records of those killed during World War I and the records of National Guardsmen from the state.
The WWI Draft Registration Cards (1917–18) are at the National Archives and on microfilm at the Family History Library.

Honor Roll of Casualties

World War 2
The Wyoming State Archives has Selective Service Cards (1942–46).

Honor Roll of Casualties

Korean War

Honor Roll of Casualties

Miscellaneous Military Records

Military Reservations, National Cemeteries and Military Parks of Wyoming


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