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Old 25 March 2011, 03:14
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DD214 from National Guard? Help

I was active duty army, then ETS'd and received my DD214. Then I later signed up with the National Guard (LA), and no training/ AIT was required. When I got out of National Guard, I don't remember ever receiving a DD214 from them. I got a discharge certificate only. Was I not suppossed to get a DD214? or do I need to apply for one?
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Old 25 March 2011, 04:54
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http://www.nationalguard.com/forums/...my-NGB-22-form

I believe the form you need is a NGB-22. I "think" there is a way to get a DD-214. I remember vaguely hearing abut it, something like taking all your paper work to the people that do it and asking for one?

Also try a search here for NGB-22.
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Old 25 March 2011, 08:21
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RS is correct. NGB-22 is the guard equivalent of a DD-214. If you get activated to federal service you will receive a DD-214 for the period of your service.
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Old 25 March 2011, 15:17
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RS is correct. NGB-22 is the guard equivalent of a DD-214. If you get activated to federal service you will receive a DD-214 for the period of your service.
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What reed11b said. The NGB 22 is the discharge certificate in the Guard unless you're being released from Federal active duty. At least one or two other forms can be used for this purpose (e.g.: my interstate transfer from TXARNG to ORARNG a few years ago was done on a DA 4187), but the DD 214 isn't one of them.
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Old 25 March 2011, 20:35
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You can get a copy of your NGB-22 by writing the records clerk for your state Adjutant General. Texas requires a certain form, but they'll e-mail you the .pdf. Not sure of other states.
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