Department of Defense Forms
DD forms and other Department of Defense publications play a key role in accessing pay benefits, DEERS enrollment and dealing with military record issues. DoD forms also play a crucial role in regulating the efficient operation of the department itself.
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United States Department of Defense
The U.S. Department of Defense is the largest of the 15 United States federal executive departments. Its charged with coordinating and supervising all agencies of government dealing with the many branches of the United States Armed Forces and national security.
The Department is lead by The Secretary of Defense - an official reporting directly to the President of the United States. The DoD has three large subordinate departments within its structure: the U.S. Department of the Army, the U.S. Department of the Navy, and the U.S. Department of the Air Force.
The main headquarters of the DoD is located at 1400 Defense Pentagon Washington, DC 20301-1400. Contact the department by calling 1-703-571-3343 or through the website support form on the Department of Defense website.
The ID card serves as proof of eligibility for certain benefits, including health care and legal assistance. This form is used by members of the Reserves and the retired service members on the Temporary Disability Retired List (TDRL) and the Permanent Disability Retired List (PDRL).
This form is a legally binding contract signed between the United States Government and a contractor. It is executed at the time of the facility clearance approval (Facility Security Clearance, FCL).
Use this form to record the examination of commercial and state vehicles transporting hazardous materials (HAZMAT) on public roadways.
Download this form to create a nomenclature of items, so that units, groups, sets, systems, assemblies, attachments, and accessories all use the same approved item names and type designations.
DD Form 294 Application for a Review by the Physical Disability Board of Review (Pdbr) of the Rating Awarded Accompanying a Medical Separation
This form is used in cases when a service member is separated from the duty for being medically unfit, but not retired. Use it to apply for a disability rating review.
This form is used as a packing list and to document inspection, receipt, and delivery of services or products. Sometimes incorrectly referred to as DA Form 250.
This form is used by the Department of Defense (DoD) in the same way an invoice or a receipt is used to document purchased goods.
This form designates military postal employees and determines the kind of mail they are authorized to handle. The mailing personnel has to receive proper job training and instructions prior to assuming their duties.
Use this form to schedule regular preventive item maintenance and to document maintenance actions performed.
This form is a correction to the DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty and is used to correct errors or make additions to a DD Form 214 in order to assure that the veteran has accurate discharge documentation.
The form, generally referred to as a "DD 214", is a document of the U.S. Army. It is issued upon a military service member's retirement, separation, or discharge from active duty in the Armed Forces.
DD Form 2648 Service Member Pre-separation / Transition Counseling and Career Readiness Standards Eform for Service Members Separating, Retiring, Released From Active Duty (REFRAD)
This form is used to record pre-separation counseling services and benefits requested by and provided to service members; to identify pre-separation counseling areas of interest as a basis for development of an Individual Transition Plan (ITP).
This form is required by the U.S. Army for any DoD contractor, family child care provider, adult family member of a family child care provider, and specified volunteers of a DoD C&Y program for a background and criminal history check.
This form provides relevant information needed to establish a retainer or retired pay account and gathers information on any dependents the retiree may have.
Use this form if you wish to start a new allotment to deduct from a retired pay account, or to change an existing one. The same form is used to stop allotments.
This form is used to determine inclusive work dates of Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (JROTC) instructors for the timeframe of their contracts.
DD Form 2790 Custodianship Certificate to Support Claim on Behalf of Minor Children of Deceased Members of the Armed Forces
You need to complete this form if you are a custodian of a service member's child in order to apply for and request child support payments, alimony or a division of property.
This form is used to obtain information in order to record an assessment of an individual's dental health.
The form for the TPCP or the Third Party Collection Program is used by the Department of Defense (DoD) beneficiaries to provide information about health insurances other than TRICARE, Medicare or Medicaid.
This form is used to explain any situation in which the condition of the beneficiary was caused by a work-related injury or accident.
This form is used for performance reviews of civilian employees. The ratings of records are checked against the standards set by the Department of Defense (DoD).
This form may be used as a dangerous goods declaration.
This is a form intended for the recipients of U.S. Treasury checks to request a substitution in cases when the checks are lost, destroyed or canceled because of limited payability.
DD Form 2948 Special Compensation for Assistance With Activities of Daily Living (SCAADL) Eligibility
Use this form to determine your eligibility to receive Special Compensation for Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (SCAADL). The monthly payment are due if an injury or illness were received in the line of duty.
This is a form signed by recruits in order to document their understanding and acceptance of certain prohibitions. By signing this form the recruits acknowledge their responsibility to avoid illegal behavior.
This is a document used by Child Development Services (CDS) patrons to determine the appropriate childcare fees according to the total income of the family.
This form is used for indicating that a Service Treatment Record (STR) folder in an electronic record archive is full.
This document is used in transferring military real property to another military department or government agency.
Use this document to report complaints of employment discrimination due to sex, religion, race, and any other discrimination types or reprisal of all DoD employees and applicants for employment by any Federal agency.
This document is used to keep track of issues, transfers, or turn-ins of equipment that figurate on the Authorized/Unauthorized Self-Help Supply List and are kept by the FE supply and storage division.
This document is used by the military retirees who receive payments from the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) and want to claim combat-related special compensation (CRSC). The veterans can apply for special compensation if they are eligible and if it is their first application.
DD Form 2168 Application for Discharge of Member or Survivor of Member of Group Certified to Have Performed Active Duty With the Armed Forces of the United States
This form is used to assist the Secretary of the Armed Force in issuing a certificate of service to a service member in case they performed active military service.
Use this form to investigate individuals applying for access to DoD buildings for official duties.
This form is filed by current, former, or retired civilian employees and active, separated, or retired service members and annuitants in order to request a waiver of indebtedness, in case that indebtedness was caused by an overpayment.