325 Kamra is a U.S. Nonprofit that's building a DNA database to help South Korean adoptees find their birth parents, including U.S. military veterans. In many cases, troops rotating through the country did not know the women they had sex with became pregnant, so the group is offering free DNA kits to all veterans and their descendants. The DNA will help even if the vets did not father children, because it might lead to another relative who did. For more information, and to receive a DNA kit, visit the 325 Kamra website.
For more military family support resources, visit the Military.com Spouse and Family section.