AMERICAN VETERANS OF UKRAINIAN HERITAGE
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The UAV Registration Project was initiated in 1998. Its principal mission is to register and honor American servicemen and servicewomen of Ukrainian heritage who have served honorably or are currently on active duty in the US Armed Forces. By the end of 2003 we had 3,115 recorded names, which included the names of registrants as well as names acquired from archival sources. The UAV Registration Project Report 1998–2003 Volume I, dedicated to World War II veterans, was released to coincide with the dedication of the National World War II Memorial in Washington, DC, on Memorial Day in 2004. Limited copies of this volume are still in stock in the Quartermaster Store. The UAV Registration Project is an ongoing and evolving project; Volume II, dedicated to Korean and Vietnam veterans, has been compiled and is projected for release in 2016. Future volumes will follow.
VETERANS HISTORY PROJECT AT THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
As an Official Partner of the Veterans History Project at the Library of Congress, the UAV has participated in collecting information about Ukrainian American veterans from the following: World War I (1914–1920), World War II (1939–1946), Cold War, Korean War (1950–1955), Vietnam War (1959–1975), the Persian Gulf War (1990–1995), the Global War on Terrorism (2001–), the war in Afghanistan (2001–), and the Iraq War (2003–2011). Our main objective is to collect first-hand oral accounts of American veterans of Ukrainian heritage and to submit these to the Library of Congress. Official Partners are given credit for each oral history submitted. If you are an honorably discharged veteran of US Armed Forces and want your military experience to be on record, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or write to the address below.
UAV NATIONAL REGISTRY
PO Box 172
Holmdel, NJ 07733-0172
or send an e-mail to:email@example.com
Please print the form at the bottom of this page, fill it out, attach a copy of your DD214 form and mail it to us.