If you are REALLY in to World War Two military history, there is a lot of information on the web. One of the best places for free, primary source information is the Combined Arms Research Library (CARL) hosted by the Army Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. This institution hosts a huge volume of information that is vital to training up the next generation of US Army staff officers. It really is amazing that this material is offered free of charge to the general public, and you should take advantage of it.
The Digital Library is where you want to be for your WWII fix. If you visit often, pay attention to the Recent Additions section to the right of the page - this will show the latest scanned documents that have been entered into the collection.
When searching, you will be searching through the scanned PDFs in the collection. My experience is that you have to be fairly specific in your search, and rarely get what you want back by putting in one word. If your specific search isn't found, go WAY general - like "3rd Infantry Division" - and just page through the results. The search is very fiddly, but it is worth browsing until you find what you want.
I have used CARL's digital library many times when researching articles, scenario games and just for fun. I will warn you - you can lose hours of time browsing the catalog. Below, I will list some of my favorite things in CARL.