Hopefully this helps you search.If you expect someone to contact you why not put your email address in each of your postings?Also, there are many places you can make a free web site to add the info you know of plus search for more.
Once you have your records, rosters etc. You now want to search for your Military servicemen. Once you have a name and hopefully a middle initial start with some of these search engines:
Switchboard: No State required. Will search the whole USA one shot, and they update often. Go to http://www.switchboard.comhttp://www.switchboard.com then click find a person, then type in a name and hit search.
Who Where Lycos: http://www.whowhere.lycos.com/phonehttp://www.whowhere.lycos.com/phone No state required for this one either, offers more options, fallbacks, they do update often.
Great page, offers, many urls, see information & Search aids for Veterans.If you are active online, my other suggestions would be to sign any and all guest books. Active military, retired, related, or not, etc.Tell everyone whom you are searching for.
One more option when finding someone:Before you begin a search, you'll want to check the casualty list.Once you have the name from the rosters you can write to the Veterans Affairs. The Service # helps but is not absolutely necessary.