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Veterans Affairs Nationwide Gravesite Locator The database contains burial locations of veterans and their family members. American Battle Monuments Commission The website contains databases of veterans interred or memorialized at overseas American military cemeteries and memorials. Beers, Henry Putney. Washington: National Archives and Records Administration, Center of Military History. Washington: Center of Military History, U.
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Washington: Department of the Army, Naval War Records Office. War Department. Washington: GPO, General Information. Certain identifying information is necessary to determine the location of an individual's record of military service. Please try to answer each item on the SF If you do not have and cannot obtain the information for an item, show "NA," meaning the information is "not available.
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To determine where to mail this request see Page 2 of the SF for record locations and facility addresses. STR's of persons on active duty are generally kept at the local servicing clinic, and usually are available from the Department of Veterans Affairs approximately 40 days after the last day of active duty. See item 3, Archival Records, if the military member was discharged, retired or died in service over 62 years ago.
The service member either past or present or the member's legal guardian has access to almost any information contained in that member's own record. An authorization signature, of the service member or the member's legal guardian, is needed in Section of the SF If the appropriate signature cannot be obtained, only limited types of information can be provided.
If the former member is deceased, surviving next of kin may, under certain circumstances, be entitled to greater access to a deceased veteran's records than a member of the general public. The next of kin may be any of the following: unremarried surviving spouse, father, mother, son, daughter, sister, or brother. Requesters must provide proof of death, such as a copy of a death certificate, letter from funeral home or obituary. A nominal fee is charged for certain types of service.
In most instances service fees cannot be determined in advance. If your request involves a service fee, you will be notified as soon as that detennination is made.
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Archival Records. Personnel records of military members who were discharged, retired, or died in service 62 or more years ago have been transferred to the legal custody of NARA and are referred to as "archival" records. The Privacy Act of does not apply to archival records, therefore, written authorization from the veteran or next of kin is not required. You will be notified if there is a charge for photocopies of documents contained in the record you are requesting. Where reply may be sent.
The reply may be sent to the service member or any other address designated by the service member or other authorized requester.
Definitions and abbreviations. Service completed before World War I. The following information is provided in accordance with 5 U. Authority for collection of the information is 44 U. Disclosure of the information is voluntary. If the requested information is not provided, it may delay servicing your inquiry because the facility servicing the service member's record may not have all of the information needed to locate it.
The purpose of the information on this form is to assist the facility servicing the records see the address list in locating the correct military service record s or information to answer your inquiry. This form is then retained as a record of disclosure.
Coast Guard , or the National Archives and Records Administration when the original custodian of the military health and personnel records transfers all or part of those records to that agency. If the service member was a member of the National Guard, the form may also be disclosed to the Adjutant General of the appropriate state, District of Columbia, or Puerto Rico, where he or she served. Public burden reporting for this collection of information is estimated to be five minutes per request, including time for reviewing instructions and completing and reviewing the collection of information.
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