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Published on Friday, October 12, 2012

Recorder’s office keeps military separation documents

“Unless you are a discharged or retired military personnel this really doesn’t mean much to you, however with the expected number of returning military,” Recorder Karen A. Stukel said. Stukel, with the assistance of the Veterans Assistance Commission, wanted to come up with a way to communicate to returning service people as well as those who might have forgotten to record their papers as to why it is so important.

Stukel recently printed “Recording Your DD-214.”

“When you need various copies to apply for college, a loan or medical assistance you will always be asked for a copy of your DD- 214, which we can print recorded copies for you as needed at no charge,” she said.

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