However, information from these records is primarily for official use by government agencies.
Selected excerpts are available to the general public if the requester identifies a specific individual and the agency that employed the person.
But there is just one place that contains personal military information about nearly every American who served in that conflict, as well as those who served at other times during the 20th century: the National Archives and Records Administration's National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) in St. Louis, one for former members of the military, and one for former members of the civil service. Chester Nimitz, and Baseball Hall of Famers Ted Williams and Jackie Robinson. Most of these records are owned by the military services and the Office of Personnel Management and managed under their rules and regulations.
1 The nation is replete with World War II memorials, in small towns and big cities, including the newest one in our nation's capital. For more than four decades, they have been stored in two buildings in St. (National Personnel Records Center) Each year, NPRC's staff of about 600 respond to more than 2 million requests for information, copies of documents, or the return of files to the agencies that created them or to other trusted users.
This chapter describes a module which may be used for the encoding of names and other phrases descriptive of persons, places, or organizations, in a manner more detailed than that possible using the elements already provided for these purposes in the Core module. The elements provided by the present module allow the encoder to supply a detailed sub-structure for such referring strings, and to distinguish explicitly between names of persons, places, and organizations.
This module also provides elements for the representation of information about the person, place, or organization to which a given name is understood to refer and to represent the name itself, independently of its application.
The main intended applications for this module are in biographical, historical, or geographical data systems such as gazetteers and biographical databases, where these are to be integrated with encoded texts.
The chapter begins by discussing attributes common to many of the elements discussed in the remaining parts of the chapter (Most of the elements made available by this chapter share some important characteristics which are expressed by their membership in specific attribute classes.
These skills can be used in almost all types of coaching.Your access to the NCBI website at gov has been temporarily blocked due to a possible misuse/abuse situation involving your site.This is not an indication of a security issue such as a virus or attack. Occasionally, coaching may mean an informal relationship between two people, of whom one has more experience and expertise than the other and offers advice and guidance as the latter learns; but coaching differs from mentoring in focusing on specific tasks or objectives, as opposed to more general goals or overall development.Historically the development of coaching has been influenced by many fields of activity, including adult education, the Human Potential Movement, large-group awareness training (LGAT) groups such as "est", leadership studies, personal development, and psychology.For cases where all that is required is to provide some minimal information about the person name, for example their occupation or status, the att.naming class also provides a simple Biographical and Prosopographical Data below.