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FAQ - How to find Military personnel - other countries
Tip 1. If you know where somebody is located (=the military base or location where he or she is working), but do not have an address, you should find out the phone number of the Base Locator for that base.
Each military base has a Base Locator, (may also be called the Post Locator, or in some cases a bureau\unit with a different name which offers the same service),
to help you locate someone who is working there.
To find out the phone number of the Base Locator, make a call to the Military base or unit and ask for the phone number,
or find out about it online.
Once you've found the phone number of the Base Locator, you can call there and ask for the address of the person you're looking for.
Usually they will give you the office address or office phone number.
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Tip 2. Family Members with an emergency - contact your local Red Cross. They can assist in locating your military family member.
Tip 3. If you want to send a message to an unknown military member (often called an 'Any Service Member Mail Program', or a 'Write to the Troops' program), check out the official websites of the military. If there are any such programs in your country, you may find information there.
Tip: Are you looking for someone who is or was in the US Military? Please check out my FAQ on how to find (former) military personnel. Or you might want to get an overview of databases and military locators
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