Military Chaplain related links

U.S. Army Chaplains Corps

U.S. Navy Chaplains Corps

U.S. Air Force Chaplains Corps

Chaplains of the Coast Guard

U.S. Army Chaplain Museum at Fort Jackson, SC

The U.S. Army Chaplain Center and School (USACHCS)

Naval Chaplaincy School and Center

U.S. Air Force Chaplain Corps College

Military Chaplain Association United States

VHA (Veterans Administration) National Chaplain Center

American Legion Chaplains


Veteran Organizations

American Legion


Catholic War Veterans

Jewish War Veterans

Marine Corps League

Vietnam Veterans of America

Veterans of Foreign Wars

American Legion Ben Franklin Post 405, Union League, Philadelphia, PA


Remembering World War II and Chaplains Who Gave All

The National World War Two Museum

Arlington National Cemetary

Chaplain’s Hill Project


Four Chaplain’s Related Sites

Chaplain’s Corp History: The Four Chaplains

Narsarsuaq Museum  A museum at the site of the former U.S. Army Air Corps base in Narsarsuaq, Greenland.  This base was the destination of the U.S.A.T Dorchester and where the survivor’s of the ship’s sinking were taken.

Four Chaplains-Wikipedia


Maritime Related Sites

American Merchant Marine at War

United States Merchant Marine Academy

The Seamen’s Church Institute of Philadelphia and South Jersey

Maritime Academy Charter School-Philadelphia, Pa

Independence Seaport Museum

S.S. John Brown -WW2 Liberty Ship in Baltimore, Md


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They volunteered their time and service to our country. They sacrificed their comfort and peace of mind. “They” are the veterans of the United States military. Many men and women retire from the military with memories they wish they didn’t have. For many of them, these plaguing thoughts have the power to wreak havoc on their lives and those of their loved ones. In many cases, veterans turn to drugs and alcohol as a result of various mental disorders associated with these thoughts, especially PTSD. Luckily, there are resources available to help.

Are you a veteran struggling with a substance misuse or co-occurring disorder (PTSD, depression, anxiety, etc.)? Are you a friend or other loved one of a veteran, and you want to learn more about substance use and PTSD among veterans or the ways you can help them? If so, you’ll find the answers to your questions on this page, including information on rehab centers and VA options.

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