AMERICAN OVERSEAS SCHOOLS HISTORICAL SOCIETY
The AOSHS was formed in 1995 to assume ownership and custodial responsibilities of the American Overseas Schools Archives (AOSA). AOSA's mission is to collect, record and preserve the unique histories and memorabilia of the overseas schools that have educated more than 4 million American youth abroad - spanning an incredible 150 years.

FAMOUS BRATS
Military brat Glenn Greenwood has compiled an alphabetical listing of famous military brats.

GEORGE C. MARSHALL SCHOOL
Visit the George C. Marshall School as it is today - DoDDS' most unique school.

GLOBAL NOMADS
A Virtual Village for those who have lived abroad. A forum and list of resources for those who have lead an internationally mobile life.

MERHABA TURKEY
The American Military in Turkey - by and for past and present US military stationed in Turkey.

MILITARY BRAT PHOTOGRAPH MUSEUM & REGISTRY 
A part of The American War Library. America's largest online mili-vet Personnel Registry and Military History War Library. Established By Vets For Vets Since 1988

MILITARY BRATS ONLINE
Launched in 1995 by Vann Baker in an effort to bring together Military Brats using the Internet. "Linking the Children of the U.S. Military With Their Heritage and Each Other."

MILITARY BRATS REGISTRY
Dedicated to helping Military Brats reconnect, Marc Curtis created Military Brats Registry in 1977. Register and search for free - over 74,000 Brats currently registered.  Host of the "Every Brat has a Story" Podcasts.

OFFICIAL DODEA HOME PAGE

In 1994, the Department of Defense Dependents Schools (DoDDS) overseas, and the Department of Defense Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools (DDESS) in the United States were brought together under an umbrella agency, the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA). DoDEA is the civilian agency of the U.S. DoD charged with operating over 200 public schools in 13 foreign countries, 7 states, Guam, and Puerto Rico. Links to schools, alumni groups and more.

OPERATION FOOTLOCKER
A Unique Family History - The Mobile Military Brat Museum.  Founded in 1996 by Mary Wertsch, Reta Jones Nicholson and Gene Moser, Operation Footlocker was created to help military brats gather and reflect on their common cultural heritage. Footlockers with memorabilia travel the country from one brat gathering to another; attendees contribute childhood items or write down anecdotes or messages for the collection, which eventually will be archived by AOSHS.  OP FOOT is another good link

OVERSEAS BRATS
Founded in 1986 by Army Brat Joe Condrill, Overseas Brats serves as a central reference point for those associated with overseas schools and provides information on locating friends and classmates.  OSB hosts major multi-school reunions and smaller gatherings. The next major multi-school reunion, "Homecoming 2007," will be held August 2-5, 2007 in Dallas/Ft Worth.

PEACE CORPS IN TURKEY

A network of 1200+ people who served as Peace Corps Volunteers or staff in Turkey between 1962 and 1970. Committed to "maintaining the network and fostering continued ties among our Turkish friends, ourselves and our international communities."

SGTMOMS.COM
Website for military families on the move - an impressive collection of information. There are tons of links, several message boards and information important to both former and active brats and military families.

TCK WORLD 
The website for Third Culture Kids (TCKs): Military Brats, Missionary Kids, Foreign Service and Corporate Kids and others who have lived as children in foreign cultures.

TUSLOG HISTORY
A brief history of The United States Logistics Group, headquartered in Ankara.

 

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