You are invited to submit a Story of Service about a person who served America in World War One. The person can be a member of your family, or someone whose information you have collected as part of a classroom, Scout, or other organizational project.
4.7 million men and women from the United States served in uniform during WWI. The United States suffered 375,000 casualties during the war, including 116,516 deaths. Two million individuals from the United States served abroad, including 200,000 naval personnel who served on the seas. Red cross, nurses, ambulance drivers, YMCA and uncounted other Americans supported the nation's war effort both in the war zones and in America's factories, shipyards, farms, and elsewhere.
Their stories of the service must not be forgotten, and what you enter here about each individual will be recorded in the permanent record of the Doughboy Foundation.
Your submission will appear on our web sites and in the WWI Memorial Apps.