Pay & Personnel Center (PPC)
 

FAQs

 
CG LEGAL

Retirees and their dependents are eligible fro all legal assistance. Services that include Wills and Power of Attorney. For more information: CG-094, Office of the Judge Advocate.

To find a Legal Assistance Lawyer near you.

 
CG SUPRT
Although the CG SUPRT website is meant for Active, Reserve and Coast Guard Civilian personnel, the CG SUPRT website offers a wealth of information for the retiree community. In addition consultants may be able to assist with community resources available to the Coast Guard retiree community.
 
 
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Coast Guard Resources

Survivor Assistance
 
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  • If you are a current active duty or reserve member, contact your Servicing Personnel Office for assistance.

  • If you separated or retired from the Coast Guard prior to 01 October 2006, make requests to obtain copies of DD-214's, Personnel Records, Medical & Dental Records, and Service Medals, etc. to the National Personnel Records Center. Requests may be made online by the veteran or next of kin of a deceased, former member of the military. If you are not the veteran or next of kin, complete Standard Form 180 (SF 180) and send the completed form to:

National Personnel Records Center 
1 Archives Drive 
St. Louis, MO 63138
1-314-801-0800

  • If you separated or retired from the Coast Guard on or after 01 October 2006, please fax a completed and signed Standard Form 180 (SF 180) to 202-372-8440.

Or

Mail to: 
Commander (BOPS-C-MR)
PERSONNEL SERVICE CENTER
US COAST GUARD STOP 7200
2703 MARTIN LUTHER KING JR AVE SE
WASHINGTON DC  20593-7200

The Standard Form 180 (SF 180) is required for all document copy requests. Send the completed form to the address above.

  1. If you separated from the service and plan on filing a claim for medical benefits with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), you do not need to request a copy of your military records from the NPRC. The VA regional office handling your case will petition both NPRC and the VA Records Management Center for needed service and medical records to adjudicate your claim.

 

Need a corrected DD-214?

If your DD-214 is incorrect and you want a corrected form, you need to send your request in writing to:

DHS Office of General Counsel
Board for Correction of Military Records
Mailstop #485
245 Murray Lane
Washington, DC 20528
202-447-4099

http://www.uscg.mil/legal/BCMR.asp

Include your name, rank/rate, SSN/Employee ID, and date of retirement.

To Request: a DD-214 online:
Note: Because a written signature is required on the form, you will still need to print it out and mail or fax it to NPRC to obtain a copy http://vetrecs.archives.gov/ 

 

Medals & Awards