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Tracey Report 21 Jul 2013 19:21

As I've found out that my dad has died would I be able to get his army service history,and if I can ,how do I go about it?


+++DetEcTive+++ Report 22 Jul 2013 09:16

You might be able to but 'might' have to produce the DC. Hopefully his partner will be willing to send you a photocopy. As long as they have been told (pension rights etc) the date of death might suffice. The records we are normally asked about are for older men who would have served in WW2 or shortly after..

It will cost £30 and may take many months to arrive. The organisation prioritises the needs of current or recent service personnel.

Added - if he actually married his partner, s/he can apply at no cost


Tracey Report 22 Jul 2013 09:52

Thank you for that.i have his death certificate as she sent me a he died in Cyprus and is buried there,it's in Greek.