held their 60th ANNUAL NATIONAL CONVENTION in Danville, PA on July 18-22, 2007. During the general membership meeting held on July 21, 2007, the membership in attendance, in accordance with the organization by-laws, unanimously voted to discontinue the annual conventions of the organization and formally disband. Therefore, the organization is no longer accepting new membersand there are no current membership listings available.
This website will continue to be maintained with information and stories from the men and women who served in Iran during World War II.
Please be patient with us as we continue to add information about this
"SECRET MISSION" which involved hauling supplies to the Russians via the Persian Corridor during WWII, and the men and women who made it all happen.
The Persian Gulf Command Veterans Organization of WWII was established after WWII as a "social" organization and remained in that status for over 60 years until it's disbandment in 2007. The PGCVO did notmaintain or have access to any military service records or any other military legal documentation on its membership. The extent of our membership information consisted of name, address, unit served.
If you are looking for service records or other military documentation, please contact the approriate US Government department to obtain this information on your veteran.
We invite you to sign our Guest Book. Thank you for visiting. Please stop back again.
Please be advised....
The Persian Gulf Command
does NOT have access to any military records or information pertaining to veterans who had served in the
Persian Gulf Command
during World War II.
Our only records of those who served are in the form of a membership with name, address, at the time of the last convention, and the service area/unit in which they served, as given at time of membership
Persian Gulf Command
formed AFTER the end of WWII.
If you are searching for any other information regarding the veteran's service record, please contact the appropriate government agency responsible for securing those records.
Please note that of all those who served, only a small percentage joined the organization through out the years following the end of WWII.
We do, however, welcome stories, pictures, information, etc. that you may want to share from those