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Army Forms are a major part of the paperwork used by and within the branches of the United States Military. From initial enrollment forms to military discharge and VA Benefits applications - no service-related action, application, or claim is possible without filling out a correct set of military forms.

Accessing military and veteran benefits, requesting service records, and separation papers require downloading, filing, and submitting its own set of Army publications within specific regulated guidelines. All military departments host an up-to-date list of all current and discontinued forms issued by and used within their agencies.

Whether you need a specific Army form or are looking for a database of important military documents related to a particular agency within the U.S. Armed Forces, our database of recent fillable Army Forms is constantly updated to cater to your needs. Browse forms sorted by the issuing department by clicking the links below to gain access to step-by-step instructions, filling tips, and mailing information.

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What Is the U.S. Army?

The U.S. Armed Forces are the military forces of the United States of America. The U.S. Military is made up of five branches of armed service with several separate Army-related agencies. The five branches are the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard with the President of the United States serving as the Commander in Chief and being responsible for making final decisions and forming the country’s military policy.

There are three categories of people engaged in military service:

  1. Active-duty soldiers working as soldiers full-time have specified hours off to pursue personal interests, travel, and spend time with family and friends.
  2. Reserve personnel and guard forces usually have civilian jobs, but may be called in for full-time military duty. Reserve forces receive training and maintain their skills in a long-term part-time commitment.
  3. Veterans are retired members of the military, eligible for certain benefits and compensations for their time spent serving their country.

The U.S. Armed Forces are one of the largest militaries in terms of the number of personnel and as of this year has 1,281,900 Active Duty and 811,000 Reserve members within its ranks.

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This form serves as the continuation sheet for the DD Form 1348 and is used in requisitioning a National Stock Number (NSN) and part number items, as well as other items for which the sufficient identifying data cannot be included on the DD 1348.


This form is used in cases of an injury, illness or death during Active Duty, Inactive Duty Training (IDT) or traveling to and from IDT for the purpose of Line of Duty investigations (LDI).

The form is a part of a paperwork package necessary to enroll into the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) and for the Family Member Travel Screening Process.

This form is used for making and documenting arrangements for the care of a service member's family while they are deployed or away on duty.

This Form is used for submitting an expedited permitting request in Texas. It helps streamline the process of getting permits quickly.

This document is used to collect and record personal information about soldiers in the military. It includes details such as name, date of birth, contact information, and military service history.

This form is used for documenting the understanding and agreement between an Army service member and the Army regarding the use of tuition assistance for education purposes.

This document provides demographic and military service information for individuals associated with the MIRECC (Mental Illness, Research, Education, and Clinical Center) in VISN (Veterans Integrated Service Network) 19.

This Form is used for authorizing funds in relation to SD (San Diego) Form 477. It is a document used to allocate funds for specific purposes in San Diego.

This document provides a checklist for the Casualty Assistance Calls Officer to ensure that all necessary benefits are addressed during visits with the family of a deceased service member.

This Form is used for documenting an agreement or understanding between two or more parties. It outlines the terms and conditions of the agreement and is used to ensure all parties are on the same page.

This form is used for keeping track of the transfer of food inventory within the Air Force food service.

This Form is used for applying for a commission in the Territorial Army for the non-departmental category in India.

The form is used to record enlistment or reenlistment into the U.S. Armed Forces. This information becomes a part of the subject's military personnel records, which are used to document promotion, reassignment, training, medical support, and other personnel management actions.

This document is used to request military funeral honors in Massachusetts. It allows individuals to arrange for a dignified ceremony to honor a fallen military service member.

This form is used for applying for TRICARE Young Adult coverage, which provides healthcare benefits for dependents of active duty and retired service members who have aged out of their parents' TRICARE coverage.

This form is used for transferring professional school personnel outside of the continental United States (OCONUS) as part of the Department of Defense (DoD) transportation agreement.

This type of document, DD Form 4697, is used for reporting a survey in various situations such as lost or damaged property in the military.

This document is used for capturing supplemental medical data in the medical records of U.S. Army personnel at General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital.

This document is an addendum to the NGB Form 5435 (DD Form 4) Annex K. It specifically pertains to the Montgomery GI Bill Kicker Incentive program.

This Form is used for applying for the New Zealand Defence Service Medal, which is awarded to recognize service in the New Zealand Defence Force.

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