DOWNLOADABLE FORMS FOR ALL BRANCHES OF THE MILITARY
Military Forms are a major part of the documentation within the military and Defense Department for tracking and numerous other purposes. MilitaryConnection.com has added a database of important military forms to further serve the needs of our audience. We have all of the most frequently used military forms in this database. These military forms cover all branches of the military including the Defense Department (DoD), Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, Guard, Reserve and Veterans. We provide forms needed by military spouses too. We have included instructions on filling out the forms and submitting them. There are certain restrictions as to who can request and file various military forms, so please read all of the directions and restrictions first. These military forms are provided to our audience at no cost, and they are printable too. We hope we have made your search for the military form you require easier, and that MilitaryConnection.com is your main destination for all things military.
DD-149 Application for Correction of Military Record
About the DD-214
In response to inquiries about the form DD-214, Report of Separation:
The DD-214 can now be requested online, but ONLY BY:
The next of kin can be any of the following: surviving spouse that has not remarried, father, mother, son, daughter, sister, or brother. Persons fitting one of these two categories can request military records online from the eVetRecs Website at: http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/. Be sure to read all instructions before beginning the request process.
If you are not the veteran or next of kin, you must complete the Standard Form 180 (SF 180). You can download this form, then mail or fax it to the appropriate address on the form.
The Defense Department issues to each veteran a DD-214, identifying the veteran’s condition of discharge – honorable, general, other than honorable, dishonorable or bad conduct.
For complete instructions on how to apply for a copy of your DD-214, see Official Military Personnel Files (OMPF) including Active Duty Health Records from the National Archives and Records Administration.
To apply for a copy of your DD-214, you will need to submit a form SF-180 Request Pertaining to Military Records, which you can download from:http://www.archives.gov/research/order/standard-form-180.pdf
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