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Pass this on to all of your Veteran friends and family

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It's official; DD-214s are NOW Online.

Please pass on to other vets. The National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) has provided the following websites for veterans to gain access to their DD-214s online:

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At 9:45pm on February 9, 2021, Jeff Doggett said…

thank you Jim ... very much appreciate the work you put into the site ... 

At 10:09am on February 2, 2021, Karl Meyer said…

Thank you sir. My son is an SNA stationed in Kingsville training to fly F/A-18s. He is on schedule to wing in April.

At 7:25pm on February 1, 2021, phil VanBlarcum said…

Thank you for the welcome! As we venture into a new chapter for Logan we feel any resources such as this platform will be very useful. Just an FYI Logan has gone through MEPS and is to report to boot camp Feb 15th or March 1st. So proud and excited for him and the opportunity to be apart of the NAVY!

Thank you

Phol

At 3:39pm on January 13, 2021, S Scott Shortess said…

Thank you Jim.  I appreciate what you do to keep this site up.

At 10:26pm on January 2, 2021, Marc DeLorge said…

Hi Jim, thank you for writing.

I heard from Paul earlier, and he gave me a couple of links to look around the site with.

I'm still waiting to hear from my daughter, she arrived at RTC on December 2 and I received the 30 second phone call, but have not heard anything since. I've heard the "no news is good news" several times, but a Dad is always going to worry about his daughter.

Thanks again, and Happy New Year!

Marc

At 6:20am on December 10, 2020, Catherine Pantik said…

Thank you for adding me, a proud Navy Mom! For full disclosure, I joined Navy Moms San Diego too ;)) I don’t want to miss anything! Are there any SWCC parents on board? 

At 4:05pm on November 25, 2020, Stephen rovenger said…

I haven't been on this site since joining as my wife gets the support she needs from Navy Moms. Our son, Gregory, went thru 2 yrs of extensive training in the nuclear protocol. He was home on leave last week and has been assigned duty on the Eisenhower for eventual deployment sometime and somewhere. He plans to reenlist when the ship sails.

For the other dads here whose children are also sailing somewhere, have them create an email address when they get on board. That way there will be communication between you when they're allowed to do so. Cell phones are not allowed to be used. 

At 5:37pm on November 8, 2020, Stephen Decatur said…

Thank you for the add Jim, Definitely proud of him but I have to admit This is his first time away from how and he is struggling a little, which makes it a little rough on us. Hes strong though so Im sure he will do fine, Got our first letter from him Saturday, but damn post office put the stamp over the zip code so cant read the last 4 numbers, and of course no official letter ever arrived, but we will call the recruiter tomorrow to get it figured out. Once again Thanks for adding me There seems to be a wealth of information here.

At 11:46pm on October 22, 2020, Peter Timewell said…

Thank you for the welcome message, Jim.

My son has his orders to A-School but he is in a THU in Ship 7 (still at RTC) waiting for travel.

He has his cell phone, but it is not working.  He can text but not talk.  (Texts are better than nothing! :)

I need to look around the site to see what all is here.

Thanks again,

Peter Timewell

At 11:51pm on September 18, 2020, Mike & Michelle Johnston said…

Thank you for welcoming me .. I have a lot to learn and I'm eager to do so.  

 
 
 

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