Military & Government Records Search
This Website is not a repository for individual service records. Some information regarding service may be obtained through the Guest Book, or communication with the Webmaster. The main source for information is from the Government.
Unfortunately, in July, 1973, there was a huge fire at the official repository, THE U. S. ARMY RESERVE PERSONNEL CENTER, ST. LOUIS, MO., destroying most of its records. Since the fire, THE CENTER has been trying to rebuild its records through various means. The Government is still the best source to attempt to obtain service records and medals.
From either of the below Websites you may request records or service information. Just click and follow instructions. When you submit form SF 180, attach copy of discharge paper or any other official military paper(s) if possible. You may order form SF 180 from the Webmaster, email@example.com, and print out ( 3 pages), mostly instructions, if you have a printer.
Department of Veterans Affairs Form10-10EZ must be completed and presented to your nearest VA Hospital for health benefits It may be obtained at a VA Hospital, Veterans Service Officer or write firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject Form 10-10EZ
Click on the URL's below for search.
attempting to locate Form 10-10EZ to apply for medical treatment under Health
Benefits Services and other VA information, write these steps down, then click
on Health Benefit Services below. Form
10-10EZ must be mailed or presented to your nearest VA Hospital to
apply for health benefits. The
Form can be obtained here, nearest VA Hospital, a Veterans Service Officer or
obtain Form here and other VA information, click below.
Click on "Eligibility
(2)Click on "How do I apply?"
(3)Click on "View or print a copy of the Form"
(4)Click on "View or print the Form"
(5)Click on File in upper left corner or typewriter in task
Health Benefits and Services
Morning reports are held at the National Personnel Records
Military Personnel Records, Army Organizational Records Branch, 9700 Page
Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63132. Please review their website at
http://www.archives.gov/st-louis. You also may wish to review the
information contained in "Overview: Historical Documents of Interest to
Veterans" at the NARA web address
http://www.archives.gov/veterans/research. Here you will find links to
information about textual (paper) service records and unit reports and
rosters and Other Resources for Military and Veterans Research.
For operational records related to major (i.e. division level) units you
may also wish to direct a surface mail inquiry to Modern Military Records
(NWCTM), Textual Archives Services Division, National Archives at College
Park, 8601 Adelphi Road, College Park, MD 20740 6001 or contact them by
e mail at INQUIRE@nara.gov. However, you need to be able to identify the
unit(s) whose records are of interest to you.
If you are interested in electronic records from the Vietnam or Korean
Wars, you may wish to review the informational material referenced at