This page lists many of the most important official military sites on the Internet for the US and other countries. The Internet is enormous, however, and neither Olive-Drab.com nor any other single site will be able to point you to everything worthwhile that is out there. Furthermore, the Internet is constantly changing with new sites appearing, old ones changing or disappearing, on a daily basis. So, in addition to the Olive-Drab.com pages and listings you should make use of the military-oriented search tools referred to on this page.
The Royal Netherlands Navy frigate HNLMS Witte de With (F 813), flagship for NATO's Standing Naval Force Atlantic (STANAVFORLANT) at Naval Station Norfolk, VA, 18 November 2004.
Today in WW II: 3 Aug 1941 Homefront: Thirteen states on the US eastern seaboard start voluntary gasoline sales curfew from 7PM to 7AM; gasoline consumption did not decrease. More↓
This section of Olive-Drab.com brings together information and links about many of the huge number of organizations that comprise the military of the U.S. and other countries around the world.
In addition, we have information about organizations that support military people in their private lives, provide for their families, and have services for veterans. These extensive listings are arranged in these categories:
Links and phone numbers change frequently and Olive-Drab may be the last to know. If you find a link to be broken or otherwise not what you expected, or if you want to add someone to these pages, please contact Olive-Drab.
Military Oriented Search Tools
Rings. Many sites have organized themselves into Rings. If you are not familiar with the idea, a Ring is a group of sites which have linked together so you can go from one to the other in a chain. Each site has a banner on it (somewhere, usually on the home page) which leads to the next site, previous site, or a random site. A list of some of the military oriented rings are found on our Ring Page. Many other Rings, on many other subjects, can be found by searching this Ring Directory. Use "military" as a search word, or anything else you are interested in.
Directories and Search: Use this link to Yahoo to discover many more military sites within the US Government and other countries. Or use the Google US Government Search or other search engine to explore the hundreds of sites coming on the web in constantly increasing numbers.
Another useful resource is the U.S. Government website called FirstGov. They can link you to every variety of program run by the U.S. Federal government that relate to the military or veterans.
Departing Supreme Allied Commander Europe (SACEUR) US General Lauris Norstad (L) shaking hands with newly appointed SACEUR, US General Matthew B. Ridgeway (R) to serve May 1952- July 1953. NATO photo 1 May 1952.
Find More Information on the Internet
There are many fine websites that have additional information on this
topic, too many to list here and too many to keep up with as they come and go.
Use this Google web search form to get an up to date report of what's out there.
For good results, try entering this: ministry of defense. Then click the Search button.