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Hi, folks. I'm not much with computers but I received an email saying the following:
"The National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) has provided the following web site for veterans to gain access to their DD-214's online:"
http://vetrecs.archives.gov/
It looks official to me but maybe one of you, who is less computer illiterate than I am can check it out.

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Hello everyone-

Mr. Karr, yes, this site is legit and i have used it before. It is part of http://www.archives.gov/ and in my opinion a very good web site for all types of stuff.

I recommend everyone to surf around this site to see what it offers.
Thanks, Tim.
But I was never an Officer and like to be called Bill or Chief if you don't mind.
Thanks again.
Bill
No problem, I do it out of respect.
Ever since I left the service, I find myself calling everyone 'sir'!
I just requested mine through them today! We'll see how well it goes!
Yes its legit but you still have to print out a form and snail mail it to the Natl Archives for signature verification. We have always been able to do that with just an old fashoined letter request.
I have used this site many times for not only my records but also my brothers and my fathers.
Paul Barger
Thank you for the site address.

This is good to know.  I'll check it out.  Very convenient if it works.

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