The Friends of the National Archives-Southeast Region, Inc., are please to sponsor the presentation "From Bunker Hill to Kabul: The Search for Family Stories in the National Archives" with Nathan Jordan, on November 12th, 2012.
Summary: Using his own family's military service in America's armed conflicts as a case study, NARA at Atlanta staff member Nathan Jordan will explain the use of military records in uncovering stories of service and sacrifice
Presenter: Nathan Jordan is an Archives Specialist at the National Archives at Atlanta. A native of Monticello, GA, he has a master's degree in Public History from Georgia State University and a bachelor's degree in History from the United States Military Academy at West Point. Along with his three years of service with the National Archives, Nathan's professional experience includes several years in the private sector as a project manager and six and a half years as an Army officer, where he completed deployments to the Middle East and Afghanistan. His military awards and decorations include the Army Parachutist Badge, the Combat Action Badge, three Army Commendation Medals, and the Bronze Star Medal. Nathan and his wife Heather live in Atlanta.
This presentation will be broadcast live on August 13th, 2012:
· 7:00 pm Eastern
· 6:00 pm Central
· 5:00 pm Mountain
· 4:00 pm Pacific
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar. You will use your unique URL in your confirmation email to logon to the live broadcast on the 12th of Nov.
Please note: There is not limit to the number registering for this webinar, but attendance is limited to 100 attendees (the first 100 to sign in to the event will be able to view the live webinar). The webinar will be recorded and placed on the “Members Only” pages of the Friends website.