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“In a democracy, records belong to the people. Records help us claim our rights and entitlements, hold our elected officials accountable for their actions, and document our history as a nation.” – National Archives and Records Administration
Angel Advisors

Confused on where to start? No problem! We are delighted to offer hand-holding assistance throughout this process. Our representatives are here to help guide you through the necessary steps and document requirements. Get connected to an Angel Advisor, today.

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?
  1. 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.
  2. Next-of-kin can be any of the following:
    • Surviving spouse that has not remarried
    • Father
    • Mother
    • Son
    • Daughter
    • Sister
    • Brother
  3. If you are the next of kin of a deceased Veteran, you must provide proof of death of the Veteran such as a copy of death certificate, letter from funeral home, or published obituary.

About Us

With years of combined knowledge and experience, our staff is extremely aware of the pertinence of obtaining the necessary military records for our Veterans and their families.
We recognize that these records are not only essential for the pursuit of Veteran and spousal benefits, but equally important for families to have access to these documents for their own personal preservations. We also recognize that the need for these documents comes as a high-priority for all of our inquirers!

Our staff is delighted and committed to providing each family with the best in quality and expedited services. Angels Research is not employed, endorsed, or affiliated by the National Personnel Records Center or The National Archives.

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How The Process Works?

1. You Place An Order

By contacting an Angel Advisor or submitting an online entry, we get started right away! 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. If you have questions regarding the required information, please contact us directly. If you suspect your records may have been involved in the 1973 fire, you may be required to provide additional information.

2. We Order The Record, Copy and Certify

The National Personnel Record Center is located in St. Louis, Missouri. It is recognized as the primary repository for records of military personnel who have been discharged from the U.S. Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard. By having access to these files, we are able to order and deliver your official DD214 in an expedited fashion.

3. Delivery

Depending on the branch and dates of service, the average turnaround time for your requested records is 21 to 28 business days. You will receive a digital copy on the same day that we receive it. The paper copies will then be sent to you!