Ancestry gives you access to more than 200 million military records.
You’ll find more than just draftees in a 20th-century draft card.
Males of a certain age
Male U.S. citizens and resident aliens born 1886–1900 (WWI) and 1877–1897 (WWII). Younger males from NC may also be included in WWII.
Spouse, parents, siblings and other family members. Dependent notation included on certain WWI cards.
Employer and/or place of employment
Employer and/or place of employment can be used as clues to identify neighboring coworkers in census records and city directories.
Other people from other clues
Use addresses and draft board information to find newspaper articles, yearbooks and other documents for registrant and family.