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Veterans History Project

Northeast Florida's veterans have a rich history of service to our nation and there is never enough we can do to say thank you to these men and women for their devotion to our nation. I am proud to participate in the Library of Congress Veterans History Project to help give back to our veterans and highlight their stories for our community and as part of our nation’s history. I encourage everyone to join me in taking time to thank those who wore the cloth of this nation. For many veterans who often feel a disconnect when they return home to civilian life, this initiative can serve as a way to share their experiences and find recognition and support here at home.

The Veterans History Project was created through an act of Congress in 2000 and invites veterans from conflicts ranging from World War I to the Iraq War to share their story through audio or visual interviews, memoirs or photographic documentation for archival with the Library of Congress.

I will be conducting year-round interviews of local veterans in our district to learn more about them and celebrate their service to our country.

If you or someone you know is interested in participating in my Veterans History Project, please fill out the application below.

Required fields are followed by *.

Contact Information
Veterans Information
Limit by Conflict or Era

(check as many as apply)

Conflict *

Limit by Branch of Service

(check as many as apply)

Branch *

Gender: *
Prisoner of War: *

Digitized Collection: *
Type of Material:

(Check all that apply)

Type of Photograph:

Type of Manuscript:

File upload

Documents must be the following file types: .doc, .docx, .pdf, .png, .jpg, .jpeg, .avi, .mp3

Macintosh users: Your document must have a file extension. Resave it using your word processor with the appropriate extension from the above list.

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