Department of the Army Forms
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United States Department of the Army
The Department of the Army (DA) is one of the three military departments within the United States Department of Defense. The United States Army is organized within the department of the Army and is led by the Secretary of the Army, who has statutory authority to conduct the department’s affairs and prescribe inner regulations.
The U.S. Army focuses on land operations. It organizes, equips and trains Active duty and Reserve forces to maintain the security of and defend the United States of America.
You can contact the U.S. Army directly through their official feedback form by providing your personal contact information and a topic of inquiry. Most general military questions can be found on the Department of Defense Frequently Asked Questions page.
The headquarters of the U.S. Army is located at 1500 Defense Pentagon Washington, DC 20310. Call the Army toll-free hotline at 1-800-872-2769.
Use this form to validate family member deployment screening, and to provide the gaining command with information that will assist them in making an assignment decision.
Use this form to report Class A ground accidents in the U.S. Army. The report should be completed and submitted to the U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center (USACRC) within 90 days from the date of the incident.
Use this form to record firing scores during Known Distance (KD) range courses - one of the two Army-authorized alternate record fire courses.
Use this form to provide the Department of Army Headquarters (HQDA) with information about the rated officer's competence, mental and physical condition and potential for promotion.
Use this form for recording signatures for meals served for enlisted personnel at dining facilities. Separate forms should be used each day for every meal. Each diner must also be covered on a separate sheet.
Use this form for diagnosing the service member's medical conditions to determine any healthcare-related problems that may require special care in the future. The form also provides detailed medical information to make sure that all medical procedures are properly coordinated.
Use this form at the beginning of a service member’s reassignment cycle or as a basis for initiating specific assignment processing. This specific assignment processing includes deletion, deferments, additional service and any other special processing.
Use this document along with the DA Form 67-9, Officer Evaluation Report during the process of officer evaluation.
This version of the Officer Evaluation Report (OER) is used for evaluating the performance of colonels.
This version of the form 67-10 is used for evaluating brigadier generals (BG) and higher ranking officers.
This U.S. Army form is used for recording and controlling the inspection and maintenance of equipment.
This is the form used by service members in order to apply for reduction or cancellation of their debts to the U.S. Government if the debts were incurred due to injustice or if suffering extreme hardship as a result of indebtedness.
This is an official form used by the Department of the Army Information Security Program and designed as a single-entry active or inactive document-control register.
This is an official document issued by the U.S. Department of Defense that is used for recording information on the daily activities of Active Duty service members.
This is an Army form used for recording monthly issues and receipts of fuel and operating supplies.
This is a U.S. Army document used as a notice about the delegation of authority for receiving supplies. The form can be used to designate authority to sign for supplies or to remove personnel from the list of authorized individuals.
This is a three-page form used for reporting ground accidents within the U.S. Army that range from Class C to Class E.
This is a source document for the Electronic Military Personnel Office (eMILPO), which is used for documenting personnel movements within units when performing a permanent change of the station (PCS) or carrying out temporary duty.
DA Form 5960 Authorization to Start, Stop or Change Basic Allowance for Quarters (BAQ), and/Or Variable Housing Allowance (VHA)
This is a form used to start, adjust or terminate a service member's entitlement to basic allowance for quarters (BAQ) and/or variable housing allowance (VHA).
This is a form used to ensure a service member's readiness for a Permanent Change of Station (PCS), as well as for completing clearance verification before transitioning from active duty, transferring to another service or component, separation, discharge or retirement.
This is a form used for determining the need to file the DD Form 2792 (Exceptional Family Member Medical Summary) and DD Form 2792-1 (Exceptional Family Member Special Education/Early Intervention Summary)
This is a form required for all Dental and Medical Readiness Periods payments.
This is a document used for additional recording of transactions of organizational and individual equipment between the soldier and the Property Book Officer (PBO).
This is a continuation sheet for the DA Form 5515,Training Ammunition Control Document. Both of the forms are used for receipting training ammunition.
This form serves as a record of an aviator's flight hours. It can be used as both a temporary worksheet or a consolidation worksheet for flights performed by an RCM/NRCM and ACIP recipients.
This form is used within the U.S. Army for documenting facts of an investigation, presenting its findings, and giving recommendations for after-investigation actions.