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carlie

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I'm lost as heck here:

National Archives is ________________________ ?

Located ______________________________?

If the veteran's group engaged in combat will it be shown here ?

National Personal Records Center has what information __________________________?

We already have his records from NPRC but it does not show combat on it.

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I'm lost as heck here:

National Archives is ________________________ ?

Located ______________________________?

If the veteran's group engaged in combat will it be shown here ?

National Personal Records Center has what information __________________________?

We already have his records from NPRC but it does not show combat on it.

National Archives and Records Administration

There are several locations throughout the USA but the one that I think you would be interested in is located in St. Louis, MO.

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Did you order the 201 personnel file. It will show where he was stationed, what units he was attached to and any temporary duty assignments.

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Sharon, can you riddle me this. Can a widow remarried get a 201 file and if so, how? Also medical records, namely psych? Thanks, you are a great help here.

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Did you order the 201 personnel file. It will show where he was stationed, what units he was attached to and any temporary duty assignments.
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You can order the information by going to www.vetrecs.archives.gov. They will have to go through the records to make sure that there is no informatin that will defame the veteran.

Use our system to create a customized order form to request information from your, or your relative's, military personnel records. You may use this system if you are:

  • A military veteran, or
  • Next of kin of a deceased, former member of the military
    • The next of kin can be any of the following: surviving spouse that has not remarried, father, mother, son, daughter, sister, or brother.

If you are not the veteran or next of kin, you must complete the Standard Form 180 (SF 180). See Access to Military Records by the General Public for more details.

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Carlie, I dont have the link at the moment, but you need to get the daily roster/movement reports and you have to be fairly specific on the dates. I know I learned about this on hadit and I think there is two spots where you get this info and I think it is Maryland and St, Louis and it is not free. If nobody chimes in, I will post hte link tomorrow. B)

T&B

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