Janice, Military marriages like any other out of state marriages. They would only be recorded in the home town if the particpants thought it necessary to do so. The military equivalent of a marriage license may have been recorded by the local county recorder to make things easier in later life. I would check it out. Of course, it will not be filed with marriages that took place within that juristriction. Marriages in the military need to have numerous official OKs so there should be records in each person's personnel file, and, probably, in the unit that each person belonged to. Army personnel files from WWII can be a problem because the St. Louis branch of NARA had a fire in 1973 and a lot of documents were destroyed. The unit's documents, probably, ended up in the National Archives but, I am not familiar with that type of research.