DA Form 87, Certificate of Training is a certificate given to soldiers after they have successfully completed certain Army training. These certificates are maintained in the Digital Training Management System (DTMS) together with all other records of training received by the soldier.
The latest edition of the certificate - sometimes incorrectly referred to as the DD Form 87 - was released by the Department of the Army (DA) in October 1978. As of today, no DA Form 87 fillable copies are is available online. A printable version of the certificate is available for reference through the download link below.
There are two record-keeping systems used for tracking training results: the Individual Training Record (ITR) and the Unit Training Record (UTR). Each unit commander is tasked with keeping and updating a soldier's ITR to maintain readiness and facilitate the electronic transfer of their training records in case of a reassignment. UTRs provide selected data in order to support training readiness reporting requirements.
Information from both the ITR and UTR is reviewed during revisions to the unit's training plan.