Records on Korean War Dead and Wounded Army Casualties is WorldVitalRecords.com’s Wonderbase of the Week. The database contains 109,975 records between the period February 13, 1950-December 31, 1953.
The records will be FREE to access for 10 days (April 1, 2007).
The database contains information regarding U.S. army officers and soldiers who were casualties in the war. According to NARA, there are 27, 727 records in this database for Army personnel who died, including personnel who died while a prisoner of war or missing in action. The rest of the records (82,248) are for nonfatal Army casualties.
The database includes the following information for each individual: name, service prefix and number, grade, (Army) branch, place of casualty, date of casualty, state and county of residence, type of casualty, detail/previous casualty type, casualty group, place of disposition, date of disposition, year of birth (for deceased casualties only), military occupational specialty, organization troop program sequence number, element sequence, unit number, race, component, and disposition of evacuations.