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I have a UIC locator that someone created on Excel, but it's a rather large file. If you post the UIC, I'll give you the location. ... (MUSICIAN) we knew exactly where we were going(the band of course).. Trying to figure out how the rest of the army works when it comes to assignments... 10/2/105:24 PM. Copy Link to Reply;

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Ok, sorry for the double post. But I would have figured everyone knows this, but about 90% of the army does have "read" acess into MEDPROS. Anyone can look up these UIC's themselves.

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I am just trying to give other soldiers a helping hand, every soldier should know how to look up UIC's once the time comes to reenlist, or if they come down on orders unexpectedly. 2/20/11 8:37 AM Copy Link to Reply

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I have a UIC of WAL01A on my ERB that says 0002INHQ REPL DET. It's in Vilseck, Germany, where I already knew I would PCS to, but is this the UIC that is under 1st Battalion, 2nd Infantry Regiment (172nd INF BDE), OR is this the UIC of the 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment??

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You may need to provide the military member's Social Security number for the locator to help you. If they find the member, they'll forward your request to them. Each locator has its own requirements. The U.S. Army and the U.S. Coast Guard no longer provide military locator services. Get Help Contacting a Veteran

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Army: Report a W, the UIC, and one blank. Navy: Report an N, the UIC, and one blank. Marine Corps: Report an M, the RUC, and one blank. Air Force: Report an F, the unit portion of the PAS Code, and two blanks. Coast Guard: Report the UIC. About DMDC Table of Contents DMDC Homepage ...

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How do you look up your units UIC if its unknown?: In a recent issue that I've encountered, not mine but a fellow NCO, the question came up of "what is our units UIC?" Now past experience tells me I can go to other fellow NCO's, senior NCO's, S-1 and even the internet to research it, but where does the UIC stem from and how would one go about looking it up just in case trust ...

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