At Penn Foster, we’re dedicated to providing flexible and affordable education solutions for all types of learners. Our career programs are designed with the demands of military students and families in mind. Penn Foster takes pride in helping you on your path forward to a bright and prosperous future.
The following guides will help you learn how to put your military benefits to good use.
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The following information resources provide additional information on the
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Military Records: If discharge or separation documents are lost, veterans or the next of kin of deceased veterans may obtain duplicate copies by completing forms found on the Internet. Request your military service records by mail, by fax, or online here: Process For Replacing Military Records/DD-214s.
Alternatively, write the National Personnel Records Center, Military Personnel Records, 9700 Page Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63132-5100. Specify that a duplicate separation document is needed. The veteran's full name should be printed or typed so that it can be read clearly, but the request must also contain the signature of the veteran or the signature of the next of kin, if the veteran is deceased. Include the veteran's branch of service, service number or Social Security number, and exact or approximate dates and years of service. Use Standard Form 180, "Request Pertaining To Military Records."
For benefits questions call the VA Benefits Hotline at 1-888-442-4551.