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ELIGIBILITY FOR GUARD AND RESERVE MEMBERS:
■ Airman must have completed 90 continuous calendar days or more of active duty or active duty for training (ADT), or their initial active duty training tour (IADT)
■ If Airman was ordered to active duty in the event of a national emergency or war in support of a contingency operation, Airman will be issued a DD Form 214 regardless of the number of days served
HQ ARPC creates DD Forms 214 for the following:
■ ALL IMA Reservists
■ All previously Separated or Retired ANG and AFR members
■ ALL Unit assigned ANG and AFR members retiring on AGR orders
■ ALL ANG and AFR members retiring due to a Permanent Disability Retired List (PDRL) or Temporary Disability Retired List (TDRL)
■ ALL Congressional and BCMR inquiries received by ARPC for ANG or AFR members
■ ALL DD Forms 215 requests for ANG and AFR members. Units should not be creating DD Forms 215. Submit request through VPC
HQ AFPC creates the following DD Forms 214:
■ HQ (above wing level) AFR AGR/ANG Statutory Tour (STAT) members separating or retiring
Base MPS creates the following DD Forms 214:
■ ALL unit assigned ANG and AFR DD Forms 214 other than an Active Duty Retirement or PDRL/TDRL or IMAs
■ ALL ANG unit assigned members that are being released from Active Duty Title 10 or 32 Orders
■ ALL AFR unit assigned members that are being released from Active Duty Title 10 Orders
■ ALL Discharges with Severance Pay DD Forms 214 for unit assigned ANG and AFR members
Airman’s responsibilities to provide the following documents (as applicable):
■ Title 10 or Title 32 orders (whichever is applicable)
■ COMPLETED Travel Vouchers from the FSO
■ SIGNED AND DATED Decorations, EPRs/OPRs LOEs, 475s
■ School Certificates
■ DD Form 4
■ AF Forms526 (for DD Forms 214 prior to 2001, in most cases ARPC can pull these from ARMS)
If the member is separated, discharged or retired, the request can be submitted through myFSS, e-mail, via fax, or by mail
■ myFSS: Login (af.mil)
■ FAX: (478) 327-2215
■ Mail: HQ ARPC/DPTSC
18420 E Silver Creek Ave
Bldg 390 MS 68
Buckley AFB, CO 80011
If you have any questions please call us at 1 (800) 525-0102, Option 3
Regular Air Force members must contact the Air Force Personnel Center for questions on the DD Form 214.
DID YOU KNOW THERE IS AN ONLINE RESOURCE FOR RETIRED OR SEPARATED MEMBERS TO ACCESS THEIR PERSONAL RECORDS?
Once a member separates and/or retires, they can access their entire master personnel file (which includes DD Form 214's, NGB 22's and evaluation reports), without a Common Access Card, through a Department of Veterans Affairs web site call eBenefits. The web site is https://www.ebenefits.va.gov
** First-time users will need to register by clicking on the "Register" button on the top right-hand side of the eBenefits homepage. Users will need to register for the PREMIUM account for access to all services. Once the account is established, the user will have continued access to the web site to retrieve their master personnel file.
The eBenefits help desk number is 800-983-0937, please contact them for further help or instructions on how to use the eBenefits web site.
WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT TO KNOW?
The Air Reserve Personnel Center does not provide members with documents out of their master personnel files; they are referred to eBenefits.
WHAT EXACTLY IS IN A MEMBERS' MASTER PERSONNEL FILE?
Anything that is in a members' ARMS/PRDA record is considered their master personnel file. eBenefits pulls documents directly from ARMS to provide to users of the web site.
WHERE CAN SERPARATED/RETIRED MEMBERS' FIND THEIR MEDICAL RECORDS?
Medical records are maintained through the Department of Veterans Affairs Record Management Center in St. Louis, Missouri. They can be reached at 888-533-4558.
Need more information? Click here for the eBenefits informational brochure.