Form SF-180 "Request Pertaining to Military Records"

What Is SF-180?

GSA Form SF-180, Request Pertaining to Military Records, is a legal document filled out by military veterans and deceased veterans' relatives to obtain access to certain military records. Veterans and their next-of-kin may request this information from personnel centers to confirm their eligibility for benefits, facilitate employment, obtain a loan from the Veterans Affairs (VA), or learn more about the veteran's separation, health, and dental records.

Alternate Name:

  • Standard Form 180

This form was released by the General Services Administration (GSA). The latest version of the form was issued on April 1, 2021, with all previous editions obsolete. A Standard Form 180 fillable version is available through the link below.

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Standard Form 180 Instructions

Follow these steps to complete Standard Form 180:

  1. Write down the full name of the veteran, their social security number, date, and place of birth.
  2. Indicate the past and present service of the veteran. Enter their branch of service (active, reserve, or State National Guard) and dates when the service began and ended. Check the box to show whether the veteran has been an officer or an enlisted service member and record the veteran's service number if it is known.
  3. If the veteran is deceased or retired from military service, check the appropriate boxes and in the first case, enter the date of death.
  4. Select the records you are requesting. If you need DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, or its equivalent, indicate the year in which this document was issued to the veteran. You may request a deleted or undeleted copy of DD Form 214. An undeleted certificate is typically used to find out whether the veteran or their relatives qualify for benefits, while a deleted copy will have blacked out items related to the separation. You may request various medical records, including service treatment records. If you are looking for hospital records, write down the name of the facility, and date for each admission to the hospital. If you need other records, specify them in the provided space.
  5. Check one of the boxes to explain the reason for filing your request - benefits, employment, VA loan programs, medical reasons, genealogy, correction, personal, or other - and receive a faster reply.
  6. Indicate your full name. State whether you are a veteran identified in the request, or their next-of-kin, legal guardian, or authorized representative. You are required to submit proof of death, copy of court appointment, or copy of the power of attorney if you are not the veteran. Specify your relationship to the veteran and add your mailing address, telephone number, and email address. Certify the statements in the form are true and correct, sign, and date the request.
  7. The last page of the form contains codes that determine the address to which the request must be mailed. Choose the veteran's branch of service and current status, select the type of records you need, and find out where to send the form.
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INSTRUCTION AND INFORMATION SHEET FOR SF 180, REQUEST PERTAINING TO MILITARY RECORDS
1. General Information. The Standard Form 180, Request Pertaining to Military Records (SF 180) is used to request information from military records.
Certain identifying information is necessary to determine the location of an individual's record of military service. Please try to answer each item on the SF
180. If you do not have and cannot obtain the information for an item, show "NA," meaning the information is "not available". Include as much of the
requested information as you can. Incomplete information may delay response time. To determine where to mail this request see Page 2 of the SF 180 for
record locations and facility addresses. Medical information may be withheld from a patient if determined that the information would be detrimental to the
patient's physical or mental health or would likely cause the patient to harm himself or someone else.
Online requests may be submitted to the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) by a veteran or deceased veteran’s next-of-kin using eVetRecs at
http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/.
2. Personnel Records/Military Human Resource Records/Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) and Medical Records/Service Treatment
Records (STR). Personnel records of military members who were discharged, retired, or died in service LESS THAN 62 YEARS AGO and medical
records are in the legal custody of the military service department and are administered in accordance with rules issued by the Department of Defense and
the Department of Homeland Security (DHS, Coast Guard). STRs of persons on active duty are generally kept at the local servicing clinic. After the last
day of active duty, STRs should be requested from the appropriate address on page 2 of the SF 180 (See item 3, Archival Records, if the military member
was discharged, retired or died in service more than 62 years ago).
a. Release of information: Release of information is subject to restrictions imposed by the military services consistent with Department of Defense
regulations, the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and the Privacy Act of 1974. The service member (either past or present) or
the member's authorized legal recipient has access to almost any information contained in that member's own record. The authorization signature of the
service member or the member's authorized legal recipient is needed in Section III of the SF 180. Others requesting information from military personnel
records and/or STRs must have the release authorization in Section III of the SF 180 signed by the member or authorized legal recipient. If the
appropriate signature cannot be obtained, only limited types of information can be provided (DoD 6025.18-R C8). If the former member is
deceased, the surviving next-of-kin (NOK) may be entitled to greater access to a deceased veteran's records than a member of the general public
(DoD 6025.18-R C6.2.1.2). The NOK may be any of the following: unmarried/surviving spouse, father, mother, son, daughter, sister, or brother.
Requesters MUST provide proof of death, such as the DD Form 1300, Casualty Report, a copy of a death certificate, newspaper article
(obituary) or death notice, coroner’s report of death, funeral director’s signed statement of death, or verdict of coroner’s jury.
b. Fees for records: There is no charge for most services provided to service members or next-of-kin of deceased veterans. A nominal fee is
charged for certain types of service. In most instances, service fees cannot be determined in advance. If your request involves a service fee, you will
receive an invoice with your records.
3. Archival Records. Personnel records of military members who were discharged, retired, or died in service 62 OR MORE YEARS AGO have been
transferred to the legal custody of NARA and are referred to as “archival records”.
a. Release of Information: Archival records are open to the public. The Privacy Act of 1974 does not apply to archival records, therefore, written
authorization from the veteran or next-of-kin is not required. In order to protect the privacy of the veteran, his/her family, and third parties named in
the records, the personal privacy exemption of the Freedom of Information Act (5 U.S.C. 552 (b) (6)) may still apply and may preclude the release
of some information.
b. Fees for Archival Records: Access to archival records are granted by offering copies of the records for a fee (44 U.S.C. 2116 (c)). If a fee applies
to the copies of documents in the requested record, you will receive an invoice. Copies will be sent after payment is made. For more information
see http://www.archives.gov/st-louis/archival-programs/military-personnel-archival/ompf-archival-requests.html.
4. Where reply may be sent. The reply may be sent to the service member or any other address designated by the service member or other authorized
requester. If the designated address is NOT registered to the addressee by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS), provide BOTH the addressee’s name AND “in
care of” (c/o) the name of the person to whom the address is registered on the NAME line in Section III, item 3, on page 1 of the SF 180. The COMPLETE
address must be provided, INCLUDING any apartment/suite/unit/lot/space/etc. number. NOTE: If requester desires to send his/her record to a third party, he/she
must fill out a DD Form 2870 authorizing the releasing agency to release the record and the timeframe of the authorization. The form may be downloaded using
most commercial web search tools by entering “DD Form 2870” as a search term.
5. Definitions and abbreviations. DISCHARGED -- the individual has no current military status; SERVICE TREATMENT RECORD (STR) -- The
chronology of medical, mental health, and dental care received by service members during the course of their military career (does not include records of
treatment while hospitalized); TDRL – Temporary Disability Retired List.
6. Service completed before World War I. National Archives Trust Fund (NATF) forms must be used to request these records. Obtain the forms by e-
mail from inquire@nara.gov or write to the Code 6 address on page 2 of the SF 180.
PRIVACY ACT OF 1974 COMPLIANCE INFORMATION
The following information is provided in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552a(e)(3) and applies to this form. Authority for collection of the information is 44
U.S.C. 2907, 3101, and 3103, and Public Law 104-134 (April 26, 1996), as amended in title 31, section 7701. Disclosure of the information is voluntary. If
the requested information is not provided, it may delay servicing your inquiry because the facility servicing the service member's record may not have all of
the information needed to locate it. The purpose of the information on this form is to assist the facility servicing the records (see the address list) in locating
the correct military service record(s) or information to answer your inquiry. This form is then retained as a record of disclosure. The form may also be
disclosed to Department of Defense components, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS, U.S. Coast Guard), or
the National Archives and Records Administration when the original custodian of the military health and personnel records transfers all or part of those
records to that agency. If the service member was a member of the National Guard, the form may also be disclosed to the Adjutant General of the
appropriate state, District of Columbia, or Puerto Rico, where he or she served.
PAPERWORK REDUCTION ACT PUBLIC BURDEN STATEMENT
Public burden reporting for this collection of information is estimated to be five minutes per request, including time for reviewing instructions and
completing and reviewing the collection of information. Send comments regarding the burden estimate or any other aspect of the collection of information,
including suggestions for reducing this burden, to National Archives and Records Administration (MP), 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD 20740-
6001. DO NOT SEND COMPLETED FORMS TO THIS ADDRESS. SEND COMPLETED FORMS TO THE APPROPRIATE ADDRESS LISTED ON
PAGE 2 OF THE SF 180.
INSTRUCTION AND INFORMATION SHEET FOR SF 180, REQUEST PERTAINING TO MILITARY RECORDS
1. General Information. The Standard Form 180, Request Pertaining to Military Records (SF 180) is used to request information from military records.
Certain identifying information is necessary to determine the location of an individual's record of military service. Please try to answer each item on the SF
180. If you do not have and cannot obtain the information for an item, show "NA," meaning the information is "not available". Include as much of the
requested information as you can. Incomplete information may delay response time. To determine where to mail this request see Page 2 of the SF 180 for
record locations and facility addresses. Medical information may be withheld from a patient if determined that the information would be detrimental to the
patient's physical or mental health or would likely cause the patient to harm himself or someone else.
Online requests may be submitted to the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) by a veteran or deceased veteran’s next-of-kin using eVetRecs at
http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/.
2. Personnel Records/Military Human Resource Records/Official Military Personnel File (OMPF) and Medical Records/Service Treatment
Records (STR). Personnel records of military members who were discharged, retired, or died in service LESS THAN 62 YEARS AGO and medical
records are in the legal custody of the military service department and are administered in accordance with rules issued by the Department of Defense and
the Department of Homeland Security (DHS, Coast Guard). STRs of persons on active duty are generally kept at the local servicing clinic. After the last
day of active duty, STRs should be requested from the appropriate address on page 2 of the SF 180 (See item 3, Archival Records, if the military member
was discharged, retired or died in service more than 62 years ago).
a. Release of information: Release of information is subject to restrictions imposed by the military services consistent with Department of Defense
regulations, the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and the Privacy Act of 1974. The service member (either past or present) or
the member's authorized legal recipient has access to almost any information contained in that member's own record. The authorization signature of the
service member or the member's authorized legal recipient is needed in Section III of the SF 180. Others requesting information from military personnel
records and/or STRs must have the release authorization in Section III of the SF 180 signed by the member or authorized legal recipient. If the
appropriate signature cannot be obtained, only limited types of information can be provided (DoD 6025.18-R C8). If the former member is
deceased, the surviving next-of-kin (NOK) may be entitled to greater access to a deceased veteran's records than a member of the general public
(DoD 6025.18-R C6.2.1.2). The NOK may be any of the following: unmarried/surviving spouse, father, mother, son, daughter, sister, or brother.
Requesters MUST provide proof of death, such as the DD Form 1300, Casualty Report, a copy of a death certificate, newspaper article
(obituary) or death notice, coroner’s report of death, funeral director’s signed statement of death, or verdict of coroner’s jury.
b. Fees for records: There is no charge for most services provided to service members or next-of-kin of deceased veterans. A nominal fee is
charged for certain types of service. In most instances, service fees cannot be determined in advance. If your request involves a service fee, you will
receive an invoice with your records.
3. Archival Records. Personnel records of military members who were discharged, retired, or died in service 62 OR MORE YEARS AGO have been
transferred to the legal custody of NARA and are referred to as “archival records”.
a. Release of Information: Archival records are open to the public. The Privacy Act of 1974 does not apply to archival records, therefore, written
authorization from the veteran or next-of-kin is not required. In order to protect the privacy of the veteran, his/her family, and third parties named in
the records, the personal privacy exemption of the Freedom of Information Act (5 U.S.C. 552 (b) (6)) may still apply and may preclude the release
of some information.
b. Fees for Archival Records: Access to archival records are granted by offering copies of the records for a fee (44 U.S.C. 2116 (c)). If a fee applies
to the copies of documents in the requested record, you will receive an invoice. Copies will be sent after payment is made. For more information
see http://www.archives.gov/st-louis/archival-programs/military-personnel-archival/ompf-archival-requests.html.
4. Where reply may be sent. The reply may be sent to the service member or any other address designated by the service member or other authorized
requester. If the designated address is NOT registered to the addressee by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS), provide BOTH the addressee’s name AND “in
care of” (c/o) the name of the person to whom the address is registered on the NAME line in Section III, item 3, on page 1 of the SF 180. The COMPLETE
address must be provided, INCLUDING any apartment/suite/unit/lot/space/etc. number. NOTE: If requester desires to send his/her record to a third party, he/she
must fill out a DD Form 2870 authorizing the releasing agency to release the record and the timeframe of the authorization. The form may be downloaded using
most commercial web search tools by entering “DD Form 2870” as a search term.
5. Definitions and abbreviations. DISCHARGED -- the individual has no current military status; SERVICE TREATMENT RECORD (STR) -- The
chronology of medical, mental health, and dental care received by service members during the course of their military career (does not include records of
treatment while hospitalized); TDRL – Temporary Disability Retired List.
6. Service completed before World War I. National Archives Trust Fund (NATF) forms must be used to request these records. Obtain the forms by e-
mail from inquire@nara.gov or write to the Code 6 address on page 2 of the SF 180.
PRIVACY ACT OF 1974 COMPLIANCE INFORMATION
The following information is provided in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552a(e)(3) and applies to this form. Authority for collection of the information is 44
U.S.C. 2907, 3101, and 3103, and Public Law 104-134 (April 26, 1996), as amended in title 31, section 7701. Disclosure of the information is voluntary. If
the requested information is not provided, it may delay servicing your inquiry because the facility servicing the service member's record may not have all of
the information needed to locate it. The purpose of the information on this form is to assist the facility servicing the records (see the address list) in locating
the correct military service record(s) or information to answer your inquiry. This form is then retained as a record of disclosure. The form may also be
disclosed to Department of Defense components, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS, U.S. Coast Guard), or
the National Archives and Records Administration when the original custodian of the military health and personnel records transfers all or part of those
records to that agency. If the service member was a member of the National Guard, the form may also be disclosed to the Adjutant General of the
appropriate state, District of Columbia, or Puerto Rico, where he or she served.
PAPERWORK REDUCTION ACT PUBLIC BURDEN STATEMENT
Public burden reporting for this collection of information is estimated to be five minutes per request, including time for reviewing instructions and
completing and reviewing the collection of information. Send comments regarding the burden estimate or any other aspect of the collection of information,
including suggestions for reducing this burden, to National Archives and Records Administration (MP), 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD 20740-
6001. DO NOT SEND COMPLETED FORMS TO THIS ADDRESS. SEND COMPLETED FORMS TO THE APPROPRIATE ADDRESS LISTED ON
PAGE 2 OF THE SF 180.
Standard Form 180 (Rev. 4/2021) (Page 1)
Authorized for local reproduction
Prescribed by NARA (36 CFR 1233.18 (d))
Previous edition unusable
OMB No. 3095-0029 Expires 04/30/2024
REQUEST PERTAINING TO MILITARY RECORDS
Requests can be submitted online using eVetRecs at http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/
To ensure the best possible service, please thoroughly review the accompanying instructions before filling out this form. PLEASE PRINT LEGIBLY OR TYPE BELOW.
SECTION I - INFORMATION NEEDED TO LOCATE RECORDS (Furnish as much information as possible.)
1. NAME USED DURING SERVICE (last, first, full middle)
2. SOCIAL SECURITY #
3. DATE OF BIRTH
4. PLACE OF BIRTH
5. SERVICE, PAST AND PRESENT (For an effective records search, it is important that ALL service be shown below.)
DATE
DATE
SERVICE NUMBER
BRANCH OF SERVICE
OFFICER
ENLISTED
ENTERED
RELEASED
(If unknown, write “unknown”)
a. ACTIVE
b. RESERVE
c. NATIONAL
GUARD
6. PLEASE LIST LAST FOUR DUTY STATIONS, IF KNOWN: 1. __________________________________________________________________________________
2. _________________________________________ 3. _______________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________
7.
IS THIS PERSON DECEASED?
NO
YES - MUST provide Date of Death if veteran is deceased: ___________________________________
8.
DID THIS PERSON RETIRE FROM MILITARY SERVICE?
YES
SECTION II – INFORMATION AND/OR DOCUMENTS REQUESTED
1.
CHECK THE ITEM(S) YOU ARE REQUESTING:
DD Form 214 or equivalent: Year(s) in which form(s) issued to veteran (Date of Separation):______________________________________________
This form contains information used to verify military service. An UNDELETED DD Form 214 is ordinarily required to determine eligibility for benefits. If you
request a DELETED copy, the following items will be blacked out: authority for separation, reason for separation, reenlistment eligibility code, separation (SPD/SPN)
code, and, for separations after June 30, 1979, character of separation and dates of time lost. Please note – recent veterans may be able to request a DD Form 214 through
milConnect by visiting: https://www.va.gov/records/get-military-service-records/
An UNDELETED copy will be sent UNLESS YOU SPECIFY A DELETED COPY by checking this box:
I want a DELETED copy.
Official Military Personnel File (OMPF): The OMPF may include duty stations and assignments, training and qualifications, awards and decorations received, disciplinary
actions, administrative remarks, enlistment and/or discharge information (including DD Form 214, Report of Separation, or equivalent), and other personnel actions. Detailed
information about the veteran's participation in battles and their military engagements is NOT contained in the record.
Medical Records: Includes health (outpatient), extended ambulatory, and dental records. If inpatient/hospitalization records are requested, please specify below.
I request inpatient/hospitalization records from ________________________________(facility), last treated in ______________(year). (NOTE: Fields are required)
If available, you may receive copies of inpatient narrative summaries, operative reports, discharge summaries, etc. contained in the record.
Dental Records: Please check this box if ONLY dental records are needed from the medical record.
Other (Please Specify): ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
2.
PURPOSE: (Providing information about the purpose of the request is voluntary; however, it may help to provide the best possible response and may result in a faster
reply. Information provided will in no way be used to make a decision to deny the request.)
Benefits (explain)
Employment
VA Loan Programs
Medical
Genealogy
Correction
Personal
Other (explain)
Explain here:
SECTION III - RETURN ADDRESS AND SIGNATURE
____________________________________________
_____________________________________
1. REQUESTER NAME:
2. RELATIONSHIP TO VETERAN:
3.
I am the MILITARY SERVICE MEMBER OR VETERAN identified in
I am the VETERAN’S LEGAL GUARDIAN (MUST submit copy of Court
Appointment) or AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE (MUST submit copy of
Section 1, above.
I am the DECEASED VETERAN’S NEXT-OF-KIN (MUST submit
Authorization Letter or Power of Attorney)
Proof of Death. See item 2a on instruction sheet.)
OTHER (Specify): __________________________________________________
4. SEND INFORMATION/DOCUMENTS TO:
(Please print or type. See item 4 on accompanying instructions.)
5. AUTHORIZATION SIGNATURE: I declare (or certify, verify, or state)
under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States of America that
_________________________________________________________________
the information in this Section 3 is true and correct and that I authorize the
Name
release of the requested information. (See items 2a or 3a on the accompanying
instructions sheet. Without the Authorization Signature of the veteran, next-of-kin of
_____________________________________________________ __________
deceased veteran, veteran’s legal guardian, authorized government agent, or other
Street Address
Apt. #
authorized representative, only limited information can be released unless the
request is archival. No signature is required if the request is for archival records.)
___________________________________
_________
______________
City
State
ZIP Code
_____________________________________________________ ________________
_____________________________
_________________________________
Signature Required – Do not print
Date
Daytime Phone
Fax Number
* This form is available at http://www.archives.gov/veterans-military-service-
_________________________________________________________________
records/standard-form-180.pdf on the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
Email Address
web site. *
The various categories of military service records are described in the chart below. For each category there is a code number which indicates the address at the bottom of the
page to which this request should be sent. Please refer to the Instruction and Information Sheet accompanying this form as needed.
Personnel
Medical or Service
BRANCH
CURRENT STATUS OF SERVICE MEMBER
Record
Treatment Record
Discharged, deceased, or retired before 5/1/1994
14
14
Discharged, deceased, or retired 5/1/1994 – 9/30/2004
14
11
Discharged, deceased, or retired 10/1/2004 – 12/31/2013
1
11
13
Discharged, deceased, or retired on or after 1/1/2014
1
AIR
Active (including National Guard on active duty in the Air Force), TDRL, or general officers retired with pay
1
FORCE
Reserve, IRR, Retired Reserve in non-pay status, current National Guard officers not on active duty in the Air Force, or National Guard
2
released from active duty in the Air Force
Current National Guard enlisted not on active duty in the Air Force
2
13
Discharged, deceased, or retired before 1/1/1898
6
Discharged, deceased, or retired 1/1/1898 – 3/31/1998
14
14
Discharged, deceased, or retired 4/1/1998 – 9/30/2006
14
11
COAST
Discharged, deceased, or retired 10/1/2006 – 9/30/2013
3
11
GUARD
Discharged, deceased, or retired on or after 10/1/2013
3
14
Active, Reserve, Individual Ready Reserve or TDRL
3
Discharged, deceased, or retired before 1/1/1895
6
Discharged, deceased, or retired 1/1/1905 – 4/30/1994
14
14
Discharged, deceased, or retired 5/1/1994 – 12/31/1998
14
11
MARINE
Discharged, deceased, or retired 1/1/1999 - 12/31/2013
4
11
CORPS
Discharged, deceased, or retired on or after 1/1/2014
4
8
Individual Ready Reserve
5
Active, Selected Marine Corps Reserve, TDRL
4
Discharged, deceased, or retired before 11/1/1912 (enlisted) or before 7/1/1917 (officer)
6
Discharged, deceased, or retired 11/1/1912 – 10/15/1992 (enlisted) or 7/1/1917 – 10/15/1992 (officer)
14
Discharged, deceased, or retired 10/16/1992 – 9/30/2002
14
11
ARMY
Discharged, deceased, or retired (including TDRL) 10/1/2002 – 12/31/2013
7
11
Discharged, deceased, or retired (including TDRL) on or after 1/1/2014
7
9
Current Soldier (Active, Reserve (including Individual Ready Reserve) or National Guard)
7
Discharged, deceased, or retired before 1/1/1886 (enlisted) or before 1/1/1903 (officer)
6
Discharged, deceased, or retired 1/1/1886 – 1/30/1994 (enlisted) or 1/1/1903 – 1/30/1994 (officer)
14
14
Discharged, deceased, or retired 1/31/1994 – 12/31/1994
14
11
NAVY
Discharged, deceased, or retired 1/1/1995 – 12/31/2013
10
11
Discharged, deceased, or retired on or after 1/1/2014
10
8
Active, Reserve, or TDRL
10
PHS
Public Health Service - Commissioned Corps officers only
12
ADDRESS LIST OF CUSTODIANS and SELF-SERVICE WEBSITES (BY CODE NUMBERS SHOWN ABOVE) – Where to write/send this form
Air Force Personnel Center
National Archives & Records
Department of Veterans Affairs
AFPC/DP2SSM
Administration Research Services
ATTN: Release of Information
1
6
11
550 C Street West
(RDT1R)
Claims Intake Center
JBSA-Randolph TX 78150-4721
700 Pennsylvania Avenue
P.O. Box 4444
Fax: 210-565-3124
NW Washington, DC
Janesville, WI 53547-4444
Email:
20408-0001
Fax: 844-531-7818
DP2SSM.MILRECS.INCOMING@US.AF.MIL
https://www.va.gov
US Army Human Resources Command’s web page:
Air Reserve Personnel Center
Division of Commissioned Corps Officer Support
https://www.hrc.army.mil/content/1113
ATTN: Records Officer
Total Force Service Center: 1-800-525-0102
2
7
12
1101 Wooton Parkway, Plaza Level, Suite 100
https://mypers.af.mil/
or 1-888-ARMYHRC (1-888-276-9472)
Rockville, MD 20852
AF STR Processing Center ATTN:
Commander, Personnel Service Center
Navy Medicine Records Activity
Release of Information 3370
(BOPS-C-MR) MS7200
(NMRA) BUMED Detachment St. Louis
13
Nacogdoches Road, Suite 116
US Coast Guard
4300 Goodfellow Boulevard, Building
3
8
San Antonio, TX 78217
2703 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE
103 St. Louis, MO 63120
Washington, DC 20593-7200
Fax number: 314-260-8128
https://www.dcms.uscg.mil/ompf
National Personnel Records Center
(Military Personnel Records)
Headquarters U.S. Marine Corps
AMEDD Army Record Processing Center
1 Archives Drive
Manpower Management Records & Performance
14
3370 Nacogdoches Road, Suite 116
St. Louis, MO 63138-1002
4
9
(MMRP-10)
San Antonio, TX 78217
2008 Elliot Road
Fax Number: 210-201-8310
http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/
Quantico, VA 22134-5030
SMB.MANPOWER.MMRP-10@usmc.mil
Marine Corps Forces Reserve
Navy Personnel Command (PERS-
5
10
2000 Opelousas Avenue
313) 5720 Integrity Drive
New Orleans, LA 70114
Millington, TN 38055-3130
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