How can I get my military medical records online?
Once I’ve signed in to milConnect, how do I request my DD214 or other military records?
- From your signed-in homepage, click or tap on Correspondence/ Documentation.
- Choose the Personnel File tab.
- Select Request My Personnel File.
- Fill out the form.
- Click or tap on the Create and Send Request button.
What is contained in military records?
Military personnel records are primarily administrative records and can contain information such as:
- duty stations and assignments.
- training, qualifications, performance.
- awards and medals.
- disciplinary actions.
- emergency data.
- administrative remarks.
Can I get a copy of my military medical records?
To request a complete copy of your health record, you’ll need to submit a Request Pertaining to Military Records (SF 180) to the applicable organization as identified on the form. Requests can also be made in person to your last home military hospital or clinic.
Where can I find New Zealand Defence Force Records?
For service personnel records prior to 1920 contact Archives NZ, and for all records from 1920 onwards contact NZDF Personnel Archives.
Where can I find medical records in New Zealand?
Archives New Zealand’s catalogue called Archway includes records on: The New Zealand Medical Corps (NZMC); New Zealand Medical Corps Nursing Reserve; New Zealand Defence Force Personnel Files. Digitised medical records will be located within personnel files, where there is information on injuries, treatment and hospitals.
Do New Zealanders have military records?
New Zealanders have participated in several military campaigns throughout the last century, often as a part of the British military forces. Military records provide information about a soldier’s military career such as promotions, places served, pensions, medals awarded and conduct.
What does the New Zealand Defence Force do?
Our core task is to protect the sovereign territory of New Zealand including our Exclusive Economic Zone. We advance our nation’s interests through military operations at sea, on land and in the air.