How to request copies of your Maryland Army/Air National Guard service documents

Requests must be either delivered in person, mailed in, or emailed depending on situation. Faxes are not accepted. No exceptions.

To request copies of your Maryland National Guard service documents from the Maryland Military Department: Please complete, print, and mail request form (below) along with a copy of a valid form of photo ID and the $15 processing fee (payable to the State of Maryland, Military Department) to: 

Military Department
5th Regiment Armory 
29th Division Street
Baltimore, MD 21201-2288

If assistance is required please contact:

Matthew D. Gary, Archives Manager
Phone: 443-687-2627

​Individual Request Form: ​Use this form if you are the service member requesting a copy of your own service records of time served in the Maryland Army/Air National Guard.

Relative Request Form: ​Use this form if you are a family member requesting service records of a family member that served in the Maryland Army/Air National Guard.

Recruiter Request Form: Use of this form is for recruiters requesting service related documents on a prospective prior service recruit.

Regardless of form used to request copies of service records *a copy of a valid form of photo ID is required*. 

A $15 processing fee applies to those discharged prior to 2012 (not applicable to Recruiter requests).


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