A selection of links that are all related to Tank Destroyers, WWII or stuff I found interesting and think you will too.
Master listing from the U.S. Army Center for Military History website provides the locations of just about any military record we would care about.
The portal for accessing the Army’s military records.
A mind-blowing amount of information on WWII. Spend the day there!
The World War II History Center is a museum and research library dedicated to World War II. The Center includes information about the entire war on the European, Pacific and Home Fronts, and how the entire country pulled together to help win the war. Not only does the center feature the American perspective, but it also highlights the efforts of the Allies and the Axis alike.
A group of dedicated personnel, led by Rabbi Rob Thomas, work to display and demonstrate their many WWII era Armor vehicles to educate the public through live-fire displays and exercises. They do this by using a combination of paid and volunteer staff to maintain and operate the equipment in the tactics and techniques used by the U.S. Armor, Artillery and Tank Destroyer crews. Based in Florida but traveling as necessary to share knowledge, and to participate in re-enactments, educational events and television and movie productions. My personal thanks for their encouragement and financial support, which is greatly appreciated! -Rob
A huge non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more. There are a number of hard-to-find military manuals available through the site.