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requested copy of COMPLETE (medical and assignments) military records from NPRC 3 months ago. Any idea on how long it should take to recieve them. Also does the RO request the complete records or just medical records for the C-file?

I was wondering if the RO gets records than we could get a copy of the C-file and we wouldn't have to wait for NPRC to get them to us.

Thanks in advance,

Jangrin :)

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requested copy of COMPLETE (medical and assignments) military records from NPRC 3 months ago. Any idea on how long it should take to recieve them. Also does the RO request the complete records or just medical records for the C-file?

I was wondering if the RO gets records than we could get a copy of the C-file and we wouldn't have to wait for NPRC to get them to us.

Thanks in advance,

Jangrin :)

I requested another set for myself May 5th and I did not here a thing I went back into the site and Requsted a request status of the Request. If you have your request #s it can be done online at the NARA -Veterans -eVetRecs www.archives.gov/veterans/evetrecs/index.html.

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I requested another set for myself May 5th and I did not here a thing I went back into the site and Requsted a request status of the Request. If you have your request #s it can be done online at the NARA -Veterans -eVetRecs www.archives.gov/veterans/evetrecs/index.html.

macool

Thanks for the info.

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I requested another set for myself May 5th and I did not here a thing I went back into the site and Requsted a request status of the Request. If you have your request #s it can be done online at the NARA -Veterans -eVetRecs www.archives.gov/veterans/evetrecs/index.html.

macool

Thanks macool,

E-mailed them yesterday with the tracking request number we got 3 months ago. They e-mailed me back within 24 hours stating that they found the records on the 24th and we should get them in 4 to 10 days. This is great because we have been waiting to take a look at them to help jog my husbands memory about his time in vietnam you know PTSD, it truly can be a challenge at times. If all you guys and gals wern't great people and true patriots our lives could be alot different so in my humble opinion, "whats a little PTSD" if it means having you all in our lives. Thank you for serving.

Jangrin :rolleyes:

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Thanks macool,

E-mailed them yesterday with the tracking request number we got 3 months ago. They e-mailed me back within 24 hours stating that they found the records on the 24th and we should get them in 4 to 10 days. This is great because we have been waiting to take a look at them to help jog my husbands memory about his time in vietnam you know PTSD, it truly can be a challenge at times. If all you guys and gals wern't great people and true patriots our lives could be alot different so in my humble opinion, "whats a little PTSD" if it means having you all in our lives. Thank you for serving.

Jangrin :rolleyes:

Glad I could Help! Just think I am Usualy here to get the help. Guess we all learn something that can help another in their war with the VA. This site really Helps!! - Macool

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