When doing a review of the MilitaryRecord.org public documents reports, customers were often confused by military jargon.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) January 10, 2014
MilitaryRecord.org is reorganizing their public record military documents to make it easier for customers to review and act on them, the company announced yesterday.
“At the end of the year, we did a survey of our customers to find out what they thought we could do better,” a MilitaryRecord.org spokesman said. “The number one thing we were told was that people wished our records were easier to review. So we went to work and have improved them. This is one example of how we are always striving to move forward.”
When doing a review of the MilitaryRecord.org public documents reports, customers were often confused by military jargon, he said.
“Many civilians have no idea what kinds of terms the military uses in their records,” he said. “This made it difficult to review them for the information they need. Now the records are organized in a way that explains the implications of the information we are providing them. We think this will make them far easier to review.”
MilitaryRecord.org said people generally review military records when they are thinking about dating someone or hiring them for their company, and want to make sure that their military claims are true.
“People want to help out our military heroes, but they don't want to get taken in by a con man,” he said. “By reviewing their records, they can find out if they've met a hero or a zero.”
MilitaryRecord.org is a public records database that specializes in providing military records to customers in the United States. Find out information such as discharge status, length of service, medals received, and more. Visit MilitaryRecord.org today to speak with a live representative, call 1-866-455-2257, or email Manager(at)MilitaryRecord(dot)org with any questions or concerns.