When we first launched, we had records from the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines to review. But we wanted to expand our service, and including National Guard records seemed like the logical next step.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 07, 2013
MilitaryRecords.us.org has updated their database so that customers can now view National Guard records as well as standard service records, the company announced yesterday.
“When we first launched, we had records from the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines to review,” a MilitaryRecords.us.org spokesman said. “But we wanted to expand our service, and including National Guard records seemed like the logical next step.”
There is an additional interest in having National Guard records available to review today than a generation ago because more members of the Guard have seen combat, the MilitaryRecords.us.org spokesman said.
“The National Guard is no longer composed of weekend warriors,” he said. “They fought alongside with standard service members, which means that people have a legitimate interest in reviewing their records.”
The National Guard records will allow people to review the time of service, the rank at the end of service, the type of discharge, and if the Guard received any medals, the MilitaryRecords.us.org spokesman said.
“These records are just as comprehensive as our standard service records,” he said. “If a customer needs to review them for any reason we want to make that happen.”
It took the IT staff of MilitaryRecords.us.org roughly a month to update their database with the National Guard records, he said.
“They are now up and ready for review,” he said.
MilitaryRecords.us.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 MilitaryRecords.us.org today to speak with a live representative, call 1-877-329-3001, or email Manager(at)MilitaryRecordsdot)us(dot)org with any questions or concerns.