Context, Inventory, and Heritage Tourism Assessment of World War II Prisoner-of-War Camps on DoD Installations FACTSHEET (PDF)
While POW camps took several forms, including both permanent and temporary encampments, a significant number were incorporated into military installations. As a result, a number of current Department of Defense (DoD) installations include the locations of former POW camps. Many of these camps exist only in ruins or in installation records; others consist of extant buildings, POW cemeteries, and POW-constructed landscape features.
Nationwide Historic Context Study: The Role of the National Guard in the Civil Rights Movement (PDF)
Summary sheet describing a Legacy project that develops a baseline historic context examining the role of the National Guard in the civil rights movement and secondly, to provide a process by which to survey, interpret, and evaluate related National Guard properties for historical significance within that context.
A Historic Context and Database for the Military-Industrial Complex In The State Of Texas FACTSHEET (PDF)
This one page summary describes a project created to develop a historic context and database that will provide tools for understanding and appreciating the complexities of Texas military past, and assist with managing military cultural resources.
The Built Environment of Cold War Era Servicewomen FACTSHEET (PDF)
This study examines the history and evolution of the built environment of Cold War era servicewomen. The objective is to provide an historic context to be used in identifying and evaluating aspects of historic buildings, landscapes, and properties associated with Cold War Era servicewomen that may be eligible as historic properties under the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (NHPA), as amended.
Recording the Cold War: Identifying and Collecting Cold War Resource Data on Military Installations (PDF)
This report documents a pilot project to determine the cost and effort to create a systematic approach for identifying, compiling, and analyzing Cold War data on four Air Force bases. The pilot project documented the existence, availability, and locale of Cold War resources, including facility data, and established data-collection processes. With these data, DoD can plan for additional data collection, permanent data storage, and data access.