TogetherWeServed.com is a powerful networking site for finding fellow service members and reconnecting after war. With 1.3 million members, Together We Served has reconnected more service men and women than any other comparable website, some who have not seen each other in 50 years.

TWS is also a national military archive that aims to capture – in explicit, well-organized detail, with illustrations, photos and videos – the personal service stories of millions of U.S. veterans IN THEIR OWN WORDS for posterity. Families and loved ones can create Remembrance Profiles of those who fell in combat on the TWS Roll of Honor. With more than 2.5 million photos, TWS has one of the largest collections of visual military memoirs in existence.

Watch this short and moving video highlighting the stories of men and women who have joined TWS.

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  1. JJ Aretz, Jr.
    September 6, 2012 at 9:06 pm

    Excellent! I am a Vietnam combat wounded veteran served with 334th Armed Helicopter Co Dragon platoon as a crew-chief/doorgunner from 1967-1968, previous with 571st Tans Det. before being selected to join the Dragons! Would love hearing from anyone who remembers me from both outfits!

  2. LARRY SWANN
    September 10, 2012 at 2:01 pm

    I was in the Navy. Served on the Oklahoma City and the Isle Royal from 1961 until 1966. Would like to hear from my buddies who served and remember me.

  3. Robert Day
    September 28, 2012 at 6:07 am

    I am looking for those I served with in Germany in 1956-57. We were stationed at the Neurite Kaserne, out of Karlsrue germany. We were members of a survey team. I am looking for, Bob Sayers Lycurgus Wilson, Cor Wout of Amsterdam. I will be in Amsterdam 8-10 October next. If you or yours get this my e-mail address is rdday@itstriangle.com

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