While seeking out material for last week's Remembrance Day Honour Roll I came across this very handy book.
"Badges and Their Meaning : a companion to 'Rank at a glance' : Army & Navy, the R.N.A.S., R.N.D., R.N.R., R.N.V.R., the Royal Marines, Forces of the Overseas Dominions, British Red Cross Society, miscellaneous badges, etc., etc., with descriptive notes (British and Commonwealth) 1916"
Of course after reading it is the "companion to Rank at a Glance" I had to look for that one too. At Internet Archive it was uploaded as separate images each page, but I did find a website that has all the pages at a glance (pun).
Following are also a few links with more names of people pertaining to the military that are not fitting in a previous category.
Badges and their meaning : a companion to "Rank at a glance" : Army & Navy, the R.N.A.S., R.N.D., R.N.R., R.N.V.R., the Royal Marines, Forces of the Overseas Dominions, British Red Cross Society, miscellaneous badges, etc., etc., with descriptive notes (British) 1916
Rank at a Glance in the Army and Navy
A list of colonels in Cambridge Camp & the number of men each regiment contains: which drew provisions on ye 10th of July - US 1775
Letter to the South Carolina Council of Safety enclosing list of men and supplies 1775
A list of the officers of the Army : the Royal Artillery, the engineers, the Marine Forces, and of the officers on half-pay, and a succession of colonels - 1793
Memorial of the patriotism of Schuylkill County in the American slaveholder's rebellion: embracing a complete list of the names of all the volunteers from the county during the war, patriotic contributions by the citizens - PA, 1865
Record of medals of honor issued to the officers an enlisted men of the United States Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard - 1862-1923
The origin, progress, and conclusion of the Florida war : to which is appended a record of officers, non-commissioned offices, musicians, and privates of the U. S. Army, Navy, and Marine Corps, who were killed in battle, or died of disease : as also the names of officers who were distinguished by brevets, and the names of others recommended : together with the orders for collecting the remains of the dead in Florida, and the ceremony of interment at St. Augustine, East Florida, on the fourteenth day of August, 1842
Military contributions in Mexico. Message of the President of the United States, transmitting reports from the secretaries of war and navy, in answer to a resolution of the House of the 20th December last, relative to the money and property received at the various Mexican ports during the late war – 1849