Before January 1, 1950 several similar forms were used, including the WD AGO 53, WD AGO 55, WD AGO 53-55, NAVPERS 553, NAVMC 78PD, and the NAVCG 553.
Follow the online instructions.  There are also other available online requests through the archives website such as requesting medals. The SF-180 is the recommended method for requesting your records.  Provide as much information as possible and send copies of any service documents available- this will help the process and leave little room for error.

For records affected by the 1973 Fire, also include: Place of discharge, last assigned unit, and place of entry into service, if known. If your burial request involves internment at a Department of Veterans Affairs National Cemetery, contact the National Cemetery Scheduling Office at (800) 535-1117 or click HERE. If the veteran is not going to be interned at a National Cemetery, the requester may fax the SF-180 or signature page from eVetRecs (including signature of the next of kin and proof of death) to the Customer Service Team at (314) 801-0764).

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