皇家棋牌We submit a specific request to the NPRC for any additional service records they may have or can find for you.
With the information we provide, the NPRC searches for documents that may help to reconstruct your records. They may also reach out to other government agencies. For example, they may try to reconstruct portions of your service treatment records by reviewing unit records, morning reports, and hospital admission records from the surgeon general's office.
If you're filing a VA disability compensation claim, follow the steps below to get the records you need.
You'll need to fill out a Request for Information Needed to Reconstruct Medical Data (NA Form 13055). We'll use this form as our request to the NPRC to reconstruct your records.
Please give us as much information as you can about your assignments during service, including any of the below that apply to you:
皇家棋牌We'll also look at other records or documents (called “supplemental records”) to help decide your claim. You can provide these records or ask us to help you find them.
Please send us any of these documents you may have:
You can file your claim online, by mail, in person, or with the help of a trained professional. For claims involving the reconstruction of records, we encourage you to work with a professional, such as an accredited attorney, claims agent, or Veterans Service Officer (VSO).
Make sure to include your and any supplemental records or other documents you may have with your claim.