You don’t have to be a celebrity to write your military memoirs

Preserving your military memoirs, or those of a relative, is a priceless gift for your family. But sometimes it takes a checklist to get started.

Author William L. McGeeWith extra time to fill these days, now may be a good time to start organizing, dictating or writing your military memoirs.

Submit your email below to request your free copy of “How To Research and Write Your Military Memoirs” by Bill McGee.

You will learn how to
Request your Military Service Records
Create an outline for your memoirs from your Military Service Records
Decide what to write first

In 1989, Bill wrote for his U.S. Navy Military Service Records. The information he received triggered memories and questions about his service in the Pacific theater off Guadalcanal in 1943. He began to seek answers to his questions. This led to nine years of research and his first WWII memoir combined with history, Bluejacket Odyssey, 1942-1946: Guadalcanal to Bikini.

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