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The official US Army home page
Online database tool for Korean War Casualties. Also has an area called Looking For, which allows inquiries for vets to be referenced to a page for units and reunions.
Project was begun in early 1985 with the intention of providing a comprehensive authorial database.
Located at this site are dozens of links to all branches of the Military.
Over 1100 links to Worldwide Military sites
Memoriam To The Vietnam|
This site suggest that American POW's are still in Vietnam
ERA POW/MIA database|
This database has been established to assist researchers interested in investigating the U.S. Government documents pertaining to U.S. military personnel killed, missing, or imprisoned in Southeast Asia during or after the conclusion of American involvement in the Vietnam Conflict. Researchers use this database to identify documents of interest by using search terms such as last names, country names, service branches, keywords, and statements such as "downed over Laos".
Harbor Casualty list|
A comprehensive list of the names of all civilians and military personnel killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Page with links to information about the Vietnam War.
A description of records concerning the war that are available to the public.
Wall on the Web|
Listing of names from the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, DC.
The Federal Research Division also maintains documents from Task Force Russia, which attempted to locate Americans thought to have been held in the former Soviet Union.
Describes how to obtain records with final data on U.S. military personnel who died as a result of hostilities (killed in action, died from wounds, died while missing, or died while captured) or other causes (injury or illness, non-hostile)
Links to sites for all branches of armed forces, Veterans organizations, military bases and other groups.
The Military Network is a service of Charter Communications International, Inc. The site is committed to delivering useful informational resources and strategic Internet links to those past, present and future serving in American Armed Forces and their survivors, families and friends.
This site contains a searchable active duty personnel database, overseas personnel database, duty losses database, two reserves databases and a military base locator database.
WWW Speedtrap registry|
The Registry is a resource to help drivers know where they might encounter speed enforcement so they can adjust their speed to the conditions. Many law enforcement agencies agree that when used properly the registry can make roads safer and drivers more alert. You can add ones you know of that are not listed.
of Direct Action|
Describes in detail the methods used by political and environmental activists.
Archives and Records Administration|
NARA is the government agency responsible for overseeing the management of the records of the federal government. NARA ensures, for the Citizen and the Public Servant, for the President and the Congress and the Courts, ready access to essential evidence that documents the rights of American citizens, the actions of federal officials, and the national experience.
Information Locator Service|
Every year, the Federal Government spends billions of dollars collecting and processing information (e.g., economic data, environmental data, and technical information). Unfortunately, while much of this information is very valuable, many potential users either do not know that it exists or do not know how to access it. GILS (Government Information Locator Service) is committed to using new computer and networking technology to make this information more accessible.
Network providing free access to numerous databases, text files, and conferences on the environment, housing, and sustainable development.
Aviation Enthusiasts worldwide have made Landings the best Aviation directory / infosource on-line. Landings' directory will connect you to virtually every lift-generating web site on the net, from airports to flying clubs, organizations and publications to aviation events, home-building to airlines and many more.
|Statistical Resources on the Web|
and City Data Books|
The data presented here were obtained from the CD-ROM versions of the 1988 and 1994 County and City Data Books, which were made available to over 1400 depository libraries across the country.
demographic and population data|
Great source of links on demographics and other topics. It's very extensive and includes links to sites world wide on a variety of topics. Also included are listings for the CIA World Fact Books.
State Search is a service of the National Association of State Information Resource Executives and is designed to serve as a topical clearinghouse to state government information on the Internet.
Access to the following searchable databases: Congressional Bills, Congressional Calendars, Congressional Directory, Congressional Documents, Congressional Record & Index, Congressional Reports, Economic Indicators, Economic Report of the President, Federal Register, General Accounting Office, Government Information Locator Service, United States Government Manual, History of Bills, House Rules Manual, Interior Reports, Privacy Act Issuance's, Public Laws, Unified Agenda and United States Code.
|UCAL SD GPO access|
The U.S. General Accounting Office now offers free on-line access to the GAO reports and investigations. Includes Fraudnet, enabling citizens to report allegations of fraud, waste, abuse or mismanagement of federal funds
|National record archives|
|IGNET inspector general|
Includes audits, investigations and other reports from the Inspector General offices in many federal agencies, including the departments of Energy, Health and Human Services, Interior, Justice, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
disaster reference database|
This database is maintained by the Earth Sciences Directorate (Code 900), NASA Goddard Space Flight Center located in Greenbelt, Maryland, USA. The source of the Natural Disaster Reference Database (NDRD) is located at the Goddard Space Flight Center.
Budget and Shutdown|
Links to the various bills involved in the 1995/96 government shutdown and balanced budget attempts
|Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms|
|Bureau of Engraving and Printing|
|Bureau of Public Debt|
of Public Debt|
Annual public debt to the penny beginning 1791. Monthly figures for past year and daily figures for last month
of Public Debt|
Daily listing of federal deficit down to the penny
|Central Intelligence Agency|
Search CNN data bank of news stories under "budget and shutdown" Final Congressional Appropriation
Text of selected reports, beginning 1995, on the federal budget, budget issues (e.g. cost of army helicopters), and five-year economic projections. Bibliography of printed publications not available on the web.
Federal Funds Report|
Federal grants, contracts, and entitlements to states, counties, cities, and townships. Data for cities and townships by type
Searchable and browsable data base of approximately 800 numeric data sites, data archives, catalogs, and commercial vendor web sites. All entries are annotated and provide direct links to the web site.
As a Combat Support Agency of the Department of Defense, the DIA's mission is to provide timely, objective and cogent military intelligence to the warfighters--soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines--and to the decisionmakers and policymakers of the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Government.
Articles on defense issues
- request a copy of your records|
Includes a fill-in-the-blanks form, and addresses for many local FBI offices.
World Information Network|
Major source of links to government agencies of all types: legal, tax forms, job listings, databases and more.
Budget, FY 1996|
Searchable interface to text and statistical tables
Searchable text of the proposed budget submitted on February 5, 1996 Includes historical tables of budget expenditures in text or spreadsheet format. Detailed appendix of agency expenditures, analyses of special programs, and mid-year review of the budget.
Full text of the Budget and its Appendix, Budget Analyses, Historical Tables, Systems and Concepts, Principles, and Citizen's Guide. Keyword searching available for one or more publications.
|Federal Bureau of Investigation|
Deposit Insurance Corp|
You can find databases on large bank performance on the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.'s Web site. The FDIC posts its quarterly reports on large banks on its web site, including information on bad loans.
|Federal Law Enforcement Training Center|
The Federal Interagency Council on Statistical Policy maintains this site to provide easy access to the full range of statistics and information produced by these agencies for public use.
House Appropriations links to the final text of the appropriations laws in text and PDF format. Also includes the committee reports Congressional Budget Committees.
|Financial Crimes Enforcement Network|
|Fiscal Year 1996|
|Fiscal Year 1997|
|Fiscal Year 1998|
and International Materials|
Compiled by the Louisiana State University Political Science Department
Finances (Census Bureau)|
Receipts and expenditures for the federal government, states, large cities and counties, and school districts, 1989+
May provide additional information. Replaces the corresponding paper report series, Government Finances (HJ 257.A18 - Latest in Documents Center)
|House Budget Committee (Democrats)|
|House Budget Committee (Republicans)|
|House Committee on National Security|
|Internal Revenue Service|
Numerous time series on federal tax collections from individuals, corporations, and partnerships. Most data begins 1993 but selected tables date back to 1975. Data must be downloaded into one of several different formats.
Read today's foreign newspapers
|International Relations and Security Network|
|Library of Congress|
|Library of Congress|
|Library of Congress|
Search the Library of Congress archives by author, title, etc. Includes U.S. Copyright & Patent databases.
Government Salary Survey|
Survey conducted by the International City/County Management Association. Arranged by 15 city government positions with the mean salary given for each state.
|National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial|
Priorities Project Lobby group|
Data on previous budgets and the impact of current budget proposals on state and local areas. Subjects include jobs, education, hunger, health care, taxes, and children.
Intended as a clearinghouse for reporters, researchers, and concerned Americans. This site contains publications, policy blueprints, and Weblinks on a wide spectrum of national security issues. From Regional Issues (Middle East to the United Nations) to books and papers like "A Safe and Prosperous America: A U.S. Foreign Policy Blueprint"
|Senate Budget Committee|
Tax Rates and Structure|
Current income, corporate, sales and excise tax rates for all states. Numerous tables on state and local tax revenue. From the Federation of State Tax Administrators
|The Air Force|
|The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms|
|The Department of Agriculture|
|The Department of Commerce|
|The Department of Defense|
|The Department of Education|
|The Department of Energy|
|The Department of Health & Human Service|
|The Department of Interior|
|The Press OnLine|
|The U.S.Postal Service|
|The United States House of Representatives|
|The United States Senate|
|The United States Treasury|
|The White House|
Federal fiscal data, public debt, savings bonds and notes. General economic indicators. Latest quarterly issue only.
Link to Internet, providing access to information on Treasury programs and activities
Business Advisor Search|
The GovBot has gathered web pages from government sites around the country. Searchable database of about 330,000 government web pages.
|U.S. Customs Service|
National Debt Clock|
Total federal deficit updated daily plus per capita share
Diego Search Public Law file|
Use the keywords appropriations and [name of agency] (e.g. appropriations and agriculture)
|United States Secret Service|
|US Information Agency|
politicians address directory|
Mailing addresses for every nation's leaders and provincial governors (almost). Phone, fax, email and website addresses are being added where available. Last update: January 11, 1998.
|Worldwide Government Resources|
Russian Report Available on the Web|
The Bellona report "The Russian Northern Fleet - Sources of Radioactive contamination" was banned in Russia following the St. Petersburg customs confiscation and destruction of 1505 copies on Oct. 18, 1996
Institution Policy Briefs|
The Brookings Institution, America's oldest policy think tank, has recently made a new series of its publications, Policy Briefs, available at its web site. These are short papers that focus on various aspects of US and international politics, economics, and foreign policy. At present, eleven papers are available, including "China and the WTO," "Inside Outsourcing: More Bad News from Business Regulation?," "An Analysis of Out-of-Wedlock Births in the United States," and "America's Bosnia Policy: The Work Ahead."
|Citizen Guide on using the Freedom of Information Act|
Gulfwar Document Release|
Bruce Kletz, head of Insignia Publishing, has placed over 200 classified documents pertaining to Gulf War Syndrome on his web site.
The United States has recently Declassified Satellite Photos that can be downloaded. See if you can find your favorite Soviet Sub Base.
Openness: Office of Human Radiation Experiments|
This Department of Energy's agency is telling the Cold War story of radiation research using human subjects. They have undertaken an intensive effort to identify and catalog relevant historical documents from DOE's 3.2 million cubic feet of records scattered across the country. Internet access to these resources is a key part of making DOE more open and responsive to the American public. Contains searchable archives and multimedia exhibits.
|FAS Project on Government Secrecy|
Gif images of previous classified documents released under the Freedom of Information Act.
Swiss Accounts Database|
Newly found records have identified over 1,500 Swiss bank accounts frozen during World War II. The Simon Wiesenthal Center has created a database of these accounts which you can query by name, country of residence or nationality.
Easy access to Government Information
|GulfLINK: Persian Gulf War Illness Homepage|
Located at George Washington University, this massive archive collects and publishes de-classified documents. Some of its current features include engaging looks back at the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Nixon-Presley Meeting, Military Uses of Space, selected White House email and Nuclear Non-Proliferation.
of Human Radiation Experiments|
Documenting research conducted by the DOE during the Cold War.
Online History of the Army Security Agency|
As Seen Thru the Stories and Pictures of Those Who Lived It
Project Censored locates stories about significant issues of which the public should be aware, but is not, for one reason or another.
The Smoking Gun brings you exclusive documents -- cool, confidential, quirky -- that can't be found elsewhere on the Web. Using material obtained from government and law enforcement sources, via Freedom of Information requests, and from court files nationwide, we guarantee everything here is 100% authentic. is a Pierre-Salinger-free zone.
Stop by and view previously top-secret documents from the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the former Soviet Union.
The Secret Internal Documents the tobacco makers went to court to supress.
the Flag: A Documentary about the CIA|
The first documentary to correlate the stories of former CIA agents in a uniquely humanistic manner. Online features include intriguing profiles and pictures on a number of undercover agents, facts about the CIA, and detailed information on the filmmakers
Web mall of private investigators and security resources. Find a P.I., or order books and other information to help you become an investigator yourself.
Links to over 50 privacy-related sites.
Selling security, surveillance and counter intelligence equipment
Links to spy shops, most wanted info, security and privacy issues, citizen militia, UFO'S, crime archives, and more stuff.
Help in finding someone's email address or web page from name, employment or ISP info.
Reviews and ordering info on Internet and spy-related publications.
A state of the art security products company, selling surveillance equipment, stun guns, recording and tracking equipment, bomb detectors, night vision goggles and more.
Order spy devices, documents and services on line.
A private Investigator provides tips and techniques on how to track down individuals, obtain forwarding addresses, names behind PO Boxes, etc
On-line catalog of surveillance equipment and other interesting gadgets.
Mail forwarding services for privacy, protection, and profit.
Bacard's Privacy Page|
Author of several books provides links to resources on Internet Privacy and government intrusion.
Site dedicated to privacy tools, includes untraceable asset protection (anonymous banking), international press ID cards, privacy news, and more.
Home page for the Department of Defense, with links to all branches of the armed forces.
Make phone calls through a third number, so the number called doesn't appear on your phone bill.
the Email Spammers|
They're out to get your money, and they won't take no for an answer as they mindlessly bombard your email box with their demands.
Crime and Investigations Center|
This page points you to sources of information pertaining to various issues relevant to Computer Crime and Security.
|Copyright and Email: Infringement on the Internet|
|Computer Crime Directory|
On The Superhighway|
Details Online Crime, focuses on crimes against children. Explains how online criminals operate and includes safety measures, contacts, informational files for download, links, and information on pedophiles. Author is a PI involved in investigating such crimes.
Cybercop is a place for consumers to gripe about their bad online experiences, vent their frustrations, or just report suspicious online activity. Check out Ten Tips for Preventing Information Highway Robbery and how to check out net merchants before you make a virtual purchase.
ScamBusters Sheds New Light "809" Scam|
Don't respond to emails, phone calls, or pages which tell you to call an '809' phone number you don't recognize.
Look up Zip+4 Codes for United States Navy vessels.
of database services|
This directory profiles the database vendors and services most used in newsrooms. The directory is in two parts: first - a listing of services that contain certain types of resources, click on the service name to get to the entry about that service. Following that is an alphabetical listing of services, click on a letter of the alphabet to get to there.
This URL has over 2,200 linked sites of information on every conceivable subject.
Offers online access to hundreds of searchable databases and specialized information.
America People Finder|
Look up name and address from phone number only. Includes reverse search.
This link allows interactive neighborhood browsing around any address in the country. Also, search by name or address: find people, who moved, changed their name, phone number changes, and email account changes, URL changes and more.
Search for email address's by name
|Magellan People Finder|
|Internet address finder|
Phone and address search. Includes reverse phone number search.
Search for over 16 million businesses across town and across the country. Interactive Yellow Pages. Search for a residential addresses, view or print a map, get door-to-door driving directions.
West Yellow Pages|
More than 24 million business listings and 75 million residential listings from across the country, searchable by name, business category, address, ZIP code and phone number, or combination searches (such as "restaurant on Main Street").
|Yahoo People Search|
|Internet Address Finder|
|World Email Directory|
|World Yellow Pages|
|Yellow Pages Online|
|Big Foot (Big Book)|
Search business listings: name, address, phone and fax numbers, email address and home page URL
Call a toll free number to find home, fax and cellular phone numbers, and web and email addresses.
Search teh college telephone book from around the world
Send alphanumeric pager messages
These companies have placed the entire USA and Canada Yellow and White Pages into databases and made it available for searching. They have well over 100 million listings. Search by name, phone number, occupation, etc. You can click on a button to see a map of the address
Locate a detailed street map from almost any street address in the United States. Email a map to somebody. Add a map into your home page by generating an HTML code fragment you can cut and paste.
This page looks at some examples of interactive maps related to tourism that exist on the Web.
|Academic Crime Statistics Link Guide|
|America's Most Wanted Criminals - States|
Find out who's been captured, who's still on the loose and how you can help join in the hunt. Up-to-the minute information on the suspects featured on the TV show. Send in Tips to assist in apprehending suspects and locating missing children.
A monthly newsletter reporting on positive identification technology using biometrics - fingerprint, iris scan, voice and facial recognition and others.
International Association Of Personal Protection Specialists
Police Service - Online
If you're interested in police helicopters, (in great detail), wanted bad guys, and lots of high tech cop stuff check this out.
|Child Support Enforcement|
Case: True Crime Investigations|
COLD CASE provides you the opportunity to assist law enforcement in solving actual murder cases classified as being "COLD." The format is designed exactly like a homicide detectives "murder book" which is prepared during the course of an investigation and maintained up through the time of trial.
|Cons - Frauds & Scams|
and Police Resource List|
This site is considered the Law Enforcement Officer's home in cyberspace. It is an international collection of works by and for other Law Enforcement Officers
The official site for the critically acclaimed FOX TV series. COPS is an intimate, up-close look at life as seen through the eyes of police officers at work.
Take a byte out of crime. Technology and the war on crime come together at a new Microsoft site that aims to keep you posted on the latest high-tech crime-fighting developments.
A joint effort by the private sector, law enforcement, and academia to provide timely information of interest to both the public and law enforcement communities. For the general public, CINet is featuring information on world-wide terrorism & political crime.
Scene Evidence File|
This is a repository of investigative information. The public is allowed to participate in these investigations by asking questions, offering observations and providing leads. This site will be updated weekly by Detectives Armstrong and Anderson.
Stoppers - International|
Working Together to Solve Crime.
|Crime time publishing|
Crime in the 90's
Intelligence Service Canada|
The law enforcement organization that unites Canadian Police agencies in the fight against organized crime.
Justice Resources on the Web|
The most complete site for Criminal Justice information on the Web. Covers the US and well as International links. Criminal Justice information, crime prevention, computer crimes, fugitives, courts, prisons plus many other areas.
Training Academy for Bodyguards, Investigators, and Intelligence Agents
|FBI's "Other" Most Wanted|
Ten Most Wanted Fugitives|
This program is designed to publicize particularly dangerous fugitives who might not otherwise merit nationwide attention. The FBI values and recognizes the need for public assistance in tracking fugitives.
|FBI's Unknown Subject Fugitives|
|Financial Crimes Enforcement Network|
Established to provide an affordable place for Bonding Companies and Law Enforcement Agencies nation wide to post photos and descriptions of their most wanted criminals. The persons in this area are wanted by Bail Bondsmen, Missing Persons Agencies and Child Support Enforcement Officials across the nation. Rewards are posted on individual fugitive pages.
|High Technology Crime Investigation Association|
- International Criminal Police Organization|
With a current membership of 177 countries, INTERPOL is one of the largest intergovernmental organisations. Its aims are to promote and enhance international police co-operation with a view to creating a safer environment around the world.
Enforcement Sites on the Web|
A huge two-part site which lists all elements of law enforcement plus missing children, international agenices, and a download area.
|Major War Criminals/Suspects|
and exploited children (NCMEC)|
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children maintains a large database of missing children, with pictures and other details.
Center for Missing& Exploited Children|
As the nation's resource center for child protection, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) spearheads national efforts to locate and recover missing children and raises public awareness about ways to prevent child abduction, molestation and sexual exploitation. 1-800-THE LOST
|National Criminal British Intelligence Service|
Directory of Emergency Services|
Your Up-to-the-Minute Source for Police and Fire Department
Fraud Information Center|
A non-profit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., helping consumers to report and avoid fraud. The official site provides a daily report on fraudulent incidents, special alerts, contact information, press releases and reports on recent scams in telemarketing, MLM's and the Internet.
By calling the Unsolved Mysteries phone center, our viewers have helped law enforcement officials apprehend approximately 40% of the fugitives profiled on the series since its premiere. In addition, the show has been responsible for 93 reunions and has solved 266 cases to date. 1-800-876-5353.
One of the most comprehensive sites on the Internet that addresses juvenile violence and gun safety as it pertains to children.
of International Affairs Fugitive Unit|
Multi-agency (and country) listing of various fugitives wanted around the world. With photos, vital statistics and history for each.
The main goal of ParoleWatch is to inform the public about cases in which violent felons are coming up for parole and to empower the public to voice its opinion on these cases. Started in New York, ParoleWatch will be national wide in scope and will provide information on inmates in all 50 states.
The Crime Files gives you detailed descriptions of unsolved crimes from law enforcement agencies around the world.
Law Enforcement Page|
Links to various law enforcement agencies, including LAPD, FBI, CIA, AFT and others.
National Fraud Information Center|
The NFIC was established to fight the growing menace of telemarketing fraud by improving prevention and enforcement.
National Organization for Victim Assistance|
NOVA is guided by four purposes: to serve as the national advocate in support of victim rights and services
National Victim Center|
One of the largest non-profit agencies advocating for all victims of crime.
Police Officer's Internet Directory|
Everything on the web that's law enforcement related can be found here. Everything is arranged in an orderly fashion, so that you can find the information you need quicky and easily.
|U.S. Department of Justice Fugitive Unit|
States All Points Bulletin|
This site has direct links to other law enforcement sites with lists and pictures of missing children or wanted criminals, including Web sites for the FBI and the National Center For Missing and Exploited Children.
States Drug Enforcement Agency Most Wanted|
Atlanta, Detroit, Los Angeles, Newark, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, Washington, D.C.
Marshals 15 Most Wanted Fugitives|
Notice: If arrested or Whereabouts known, notify the local United States Marshals Office. If no answer, call United States Marshals Service Communications Center Telephone 1-800-336-0102 (24 hour telephone contact NLETS access code is VAUSM0000.
Postal Inspection Service Wanted Posters|
Charges for Wanted fugitives range from mail fraud, drug smuggling to mailing obscene material.
International Crime Alert|
Its purposes are to inform our readers about dangerous criminals that may be in their countries and to provide information on how to report the whereabouts of these law breakers to proper authorities.
Webguardian was created to give the cyber-public a means of combating the virtual abuses, web thieves, dishonest catalog companies and computer pirates that lurk and feed on the net traveler and cyber-consumer.
Fargo Most Wanted|
Wells Fargo has no tolerance for crooks. Never had. Never will.
National Crime Reporting Hotline|
1(800)78-CRIME "ANONYMOUSLY" To report major crimes "Across the USA" 24 hours-a-day, 365 days-a-year.
Fugitives and Unsolved Crimes. It's not pretty. No sensationalism, this is the real thing! Brought to you by The World's Most Wanted, Inc. (a not-for-profit corporation organized to help law enforcement agencies utilize the Internet and WWW more effectively. FREE of charge!). Includes descriptions and photos of fugitive criminals from around the world.
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