How to Find Out If Someone Served in the Military?


To find out if someone served in the military you can ask them to show you their DD-214 form. You can also submit a SF-180 to the National Archives in St. Louis, Missouri. You can download the SF-180 from the Archives Gov website.
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1. Call the locator service for each branch of the military to begin your search for military verification: Marines: Defense Manpower Data Center 703-696-6762. Army: Enlisted Records
ask to see copy of his/her DD Form 214, discharge paper
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1. Visit the web page for the Social Security Death Index (SSDI). 2. Enter the information about the person you're searching for in the SSDI search box. Don't uset the other search
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How to Find Out If Someone Is Serving in the Military?
There are official personnel offices and service locators for every branch of the U.S. military and civilians are permitted to inquire to these offices for information. These offices are not permitted to provide lists or to release the home address or... More »
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