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V A.gov Iam looking for my grandfathers enlistment, where , when, His name william leroy redner. where do I get these, HELP

V A.gov Iam looking for my grandfathers enlistment, where , when, His name william leroy redner.  where do I get these,  HELP

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Records are in St louis.

Google service records and go to site.

SS number is required.

You can download a SP180 form and send it in or in some cases if he is deceased you can get a copy of his records on line

Go to VA website, click on forms, enter VA Form 180, which a Request for Military Records.  Fill out this form with grandfathers basic information.  If someone has been in the U. S. Military, and they their records haven't been destroyed or sealed they will search and find their records.  Good luck.

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