Veterans of the United States Armed Forces who want to apply for post-service benefits are required to produce a copy of the Defense Department document.
Online PR News – 08-November-2016 – St. Louis, MO – November 7th, 2016, St. Louis, MO -- Veterans of the United States Armed Forces who want to apply for post-service benefits are required to produce a copy of the Defense Department document discharging them from military service. This document, the so-called DD Form 214, is given to service members when they get out of the military, but if they no longer have that copy where do they get another one, and how do they apply for it?
For many veterans, this is the beginning of a frustrating experience. They are shuttled from one federal agency to another, placed on-hold, told to fill out government forms, asked to mail or fax in signatures, and then told to wait up to 90 days for a response. By the time they find out they need the DD214, many veterans cannot wait 90 days; they need the DD214 now to apply for medical care, or to finance a home purchase through the VA. Isn't there a better way?
Fortunately, there is. Aardvark Research Group is a private research company based a few miles from the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) in St. Louis, Missouri. They are authorized to order records in-person at the NPRC Research Room and can provide official copies of DD214 is on an expedited basis--usually within seven business days or less. They have been providing this expedited option to veterans and their family members since 2007, and have earned an excellent reputation in the veteran community. Although it is not a free service, Aardvark charges less than $90 to provide two official copies of the DD214, for veterans who need their records quickly, Aardvark Research Group is an excellent option.
For more information on this service, please visit: http://www.aardvarkresearchgroup.com/
Aardvark Research LLC
11001 Dunklin Rd, #38814
St. Louis, MO, 63138
Phone no : (314) 488-7923
Fax: (314) 442-4149