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National Personnel Records Center
1 Archives Drive
St. Louis, MO 63138-1002
www.archives.gov

If the records were here on July 12, 1973, it would have been in the area that suffered the most damage in the fire on that date and may have been destroyed. The fire destroyed the major portion of records of Army Military Personal from the period 1912 through 1959, and records of Air Force personnel with surnames Hubbard through Z for the period 1947 through 1963. Fortunately, there are alternate records sources that often contain information which can be used to reconstruct service record data lost in the fire; however, complete records cannot be reconstructed.

You may contact us at 314-801-0800 or by mail at the address shown above. If you are a veteran, or a deceased veteran’s next of kin, submit request online by visiting us at http://vetrecs.archives.gov

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