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Welcome to Global Military Research LLC

A Historical Military Records Research Company located in the United States

About Us

Tenacious Military Records Research

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 Global Military Research, LLC offers professional and comprehensive Military Records Research.  Our research spans from the Spanish American War to the present.  We specialize in Individual Personnel Records and Military Unit Records from World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War.  

Our Customers

Veterans at the WWII Memorial in Washington DC

 Many of our customers are retired and discharged members of all branches of the U.S. Military, the military of Germany, and their families.  Just as important as our veterans our research assists historians, authors, potential authors, military history website administrators, scholars, universities  and the general public with research to connect individuals and places. Our company specializes in research of records from World War II in both the European and Pacific Theaters.  

Where We Research

National Archives II College Park, Maryland

The United States National Archives and Records Administration holds the majority of the records we research.  Archives II in College Park, MD holds unit records, histories and after actions reports for most services.  The National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, MO is the repository for individual personnel records from 2002 back to WWI and previous years are at Archives I in Washington DC.

Our Owner and Research Specialist

Donald (Don) Mounts

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Company owner and founder Donald (Don) Mounts, is a retired New York City Police Department Detective 2nd Grade.  He joined the New York City Police Department in 1986 with 10 years previous law enforcement experience in Kansas and at the United Nations Head Quarters in New York.  The NYPD promoted Mounts to Detective in 1991 after five years on the force. In 1996 while working for  "COMPSTAT" innovators, Police Commissioner William Bratton and late Deputy Commissioner Jack Maple, Don was involved in the creation of the NYPD's first Cold Case Squad. After its implementation, he was one of the first Detectives selected for the new unit tasked with solving over 18,000 open homicides dating back to the 1960's.