How do I find my army personnel?

How do I find my army personnel?

How to Locate U.S. Military Personnel and Veterans

  1. By phone at 1-877-272-7337.
  2. Through an online request (You’ll first need to create an account.)
  3. Using its Hero Care app on your mobile device.

Are Army records public?

Military personnel records are open to the public 62 years after they leave the military. (To calculate this, take the current year and subtract 62.) Records of any veteran who separated from the military 62 (or more) years ago can be ordered by anyone for a copying fee (detailed below under “cost”).

How do I find out if someone was in the army?

National Personnel Records Center You may check the status of your request by using the Online Status Update Request form. You may also contact the NPRC directly through a toll free phone number: 1-866-272-6272. The National Personnel Records Center is open Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4 pm, CST.

Where is USAG Schweinfurt located?

Initially built as a military facility, these days USAG Schweinfurt is more than that. It is a real community, close to the size of a little town. It is located in the middle part of Germany and is part of a ramified network of military bases run by the Americans in Europe.

How many soldiers are stationed at Schweinfurt?

The Schweinfurt military community is home to over 12,000 soldiers, Department of the Army civilians, and their family members. USAG Schweinfurt operates a shuttle bus service to and from all four installations in the community (Ledward Kaserne, Conn Kaserne, Askren Manors and Yorktown Village).

How do I contact Schweinfurt?

Schweinfurt’s base operator is 011-49-711-680-113 or DSN 314-430-0111. If you have questions or desire information on grave sites and memorials within Europe, visit the American Battle Monuments Commission. For general information on U.S. Army Europe visit the Headquarters U.S. Army Europe’s website.

Why is Schweinfurt’s Flugplatz called Conn Barracks?

At the end of World War II, Schweinfurt’s flugplatz was renamed Conn Barracks in honor of 2LT Orville B. Conn, Jr. in 1947. Lieutenant Conn was the first World War II casualty of the Sixth Cavalry Group, killed in action on August 10, 1944, at Normandy, France. The Panzer Kaserne was renamed Ledward barracks in honor of LTC William J. Ledward.