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Veterans discharged in 1954 and later can print copies of military discharge records from the ebenifits.va.gov website. Next of kin of deceased veterans or veterans discharged before 1954 can order copies from the Nation... More »

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Navigate to the Veterans Service Records page of the National Archives website where you can submit a request for free DD-214 paperwork either online, by mail or by fax, as of December 2015. Request the DD-241 online usi... More »

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Anyone wishing to obtain proof of military service must complete and submit the required forms available through the U.S. National Archives at Archives.gov. Forms may be submitted via mail or through fax. Discharge paper... More »

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To access open military records, visit the Library and Archives Canada official website and search the online database in the Military Heritage section. All records prior to 1918 and records for soldiers who died during ... More »

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An uncharacterized discharge from the military is an entry level separation issued when the enlisted person has fewer than 180 days of service. The discharge is considered neither good nor bad, because not enough time ha... More »

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Military personnel records become available in the public domain 62 years after a military service member’s discharge, retirement or death. A veteran can access his own records, and the next of kin of a veteran can reque... More »

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DD214 separation codes indicate the type of discharge a veteran has from military service. The five grades of discharge used are honorable, general, other than honorable, bad conduct and dishonorable. More »

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