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What is a DD Form 214?
A Report of Separation is generally issued when a service member performs active duty or at least 90 consecutive days of active duty training. The Report of Separation contains information normally needed to verify military service for benefits, retirement, employment, and membership in Veterans’ organizations. Information shown on the Report of Separation may include the following:
- Date and place of entry into active duty
- Home address at time of entry
- Date and place of release from active duty
- Home address after separation
- Last duty assignment and rank
- Military job specialty
- Military education
- Decorations, medals, badges, citations and campaign awards
- Total creditable service
- Foreign service credited
- Separation information (type of separation, character of service, authority and reason for separation, separation and reenlistment eligibility codes)
Who Can Order DD214’s?
- Your online submission creates a customized order form to request information from your, or your relatives, military personnel records. All requests must be signed and dated by the Veteran or next-of-kin.
- Next-of-kin can be any of the following:
- Surviving spouse that has not remarried