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In honor of those who died and those who are missing - visit September 11, 2001 includes

Dave's Ramblin's - a good commentary! plus several other commentaries and tribute sites!

The Burning Candle is an eternal tribute to all veterans, all wars. Those who fought for our freedom. Check out the site below - they are the sponsors of the Burning Candle.


This page is dedicated to the many men and women from Wyoming who have served in the Armed Forces of the United States of America.



Our gift to the Veterans of Wyoming, all branches, any war or in peacetime - a way to communicate with each other, ask for help, learn about resources.

Regular Mode - send one word 'subscribe' to wyvets-l-request@rootsweb.com

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We had gathered so many resource sites, that we have put together a separate Military Resource Page . Please visit and bookmark the site, as we will be adding more resources as time goes on. Here are some of the Wyoming specific sites we have located or are working on:

U.S. Army Frontier Posts in Wyoming- NEW

Jennifer Godwin's 1883 Pensioners - Let's give credit where it is due! Great site Jennifer! http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~godwin/reference/wyoming1883.html

1890 Veteran's Special Census - coming soon

7th Iowa Cavalry - sent West during the Civil War to quiet Southern influence on the Indian tribes, the 7th Iowa subsequently helped tame Nebraska, Wyoming and Colorado.  http://www.civilwarreference.com/regiments/detail.php?regID=2179     Many of the men returned to the territory to settle down and raise their families.

Fort Stambaugh - Fremont County, Wyoming - Named after Lt. Stambaugh.

Fort Stambaugh was located near Atlantic City on South Pass. Dates of active service were 1870 to 1878 and served to protect the mining camps on South Pass.

Fort Casper - coming soon

1909 - Ruins of Fort Fetterman - photograph from our files

Fort D. A Russell, Wyoming - 1910 - photograph from our files

F. E. Warren Air Force Base - coming soon

1917-18 Draft List for Wyoming - coming soon

VietNam Veterans Memorial Fund - Virtual Wall http://www.thevirtualwall.org/ NEW

Wyoming Viet Nam Veteran's Memorial http://www.vietvet.org/statewall/wyoming/wy.htm

Wyoming National Guard - looking for resources

Wyoming Casualties from the Iraq War - Operation Freedom NEW

Our Special Tribute to all POW/MIA American military personnel - coming soon

One Grandmother's Viewpoint of Operation Freedom in Iraq NEW

American Battle Monuments Commission

Wyoming Veteran Biographies

If you are interested in displaying your Wyoming Veteran Ancestor's Biography, please contact us at genrockies@yahoo.com - put WY Veteran Biography in subject line.

If you are a Wyoming Veteran of any branch of the United States Military, we would consider it an honor to add your name and service to our Roll of Honor for Wyoming. Please contact us at genrockies@yahoo.com - put WY Veteran in subject line.

Help identify Korean War Veteran remains - http://www.koreanwar.org/

Origins of Veterans' Day - VA site http://www1.va.gov/opa/vetsday/vetdayhistory.asp  NEW




National Headquarters - http://www.legion.org/

National Auxiliary - http://www.legion-aux.org/

The American Legion of Wyoming

Jean M. Brown, Commander
Robert Nab, Adjutant
P.O. Box 545
Cheyenne, WY 82003
Phone: (307) 634-3035
Fax: (307) 635-7093
E-Mail Address:


National Headquarters - http://www.vfw.org

National List of E-Mail addresses - http://www.vfw.org/member/emailad.shtml

National Auxiliary - http://www.ladiesauxvfw.com/

National Headquarters
Ladies Auxiliary VFW
406 W. 34th Street
Kansas City, MO 64111
Telephone: 816-561-8655
Fax: 816-931-4753

Wyoming Veterans Affairs Office

Women's Memorial in Washington D.C. - coming soon

Page created January 22, 2000. Perpetual Copyright 2000 All Rights Reserved.

Mary and Don Saban

Don is a proud Veteran of the U.S. Army and a member of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

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