Can I find an online resource that shows current and historical active dutymilitary pay tables?
The information you seek is available online at the Defense Finance and Accounting Service's website at http://www.dfas.mil/militarymembers/payentitlements/militarypaytables.html
I have some questions regarding TRICARE. Where can I go online for answers?
The following link will provide for you information about contacting your regional TRICARE office by phone or by e-mail:
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
How do I use the Freedom of Information Act?
Freedom of Information Act instructions are at http://www.dod.mil/pubs/foi/
What educational benefits are available for Soldiers or Veterans?
Or call Education (GI Bill): 1-888-442-4551
Verification of Military Service
I need to verify if someone is a member of the military. What Department shouldI contact?
Where can I learn more about the Army’s medical benefits?
I am a Reserve Soldier on active duty about to transition back to Reserve status. What kinds of health care are provided for me and my family?
The TRICARE has several programs one of which you may be eligible.
Continued Health Care Benefit Program
Tricare Reserve Select (TRS)
Reserve Component Members Health Care
Tricare Frequently Asked Questions
What equipment does the Army use?
BrigadeCombat Team Modernization
Acquisition,Logistics and Technology
Where can I find information on the web about military memorials?
There are various war memorials to commemorate and celebrate the services of American veterans. These memorials are maintained by the National Park Service (NPS) and can usually be visited year round. The NPS website located at http://www.nps.gov has information about NPS veterans' memorials. You can also speak with an NPS representative by contacting one of the National Park Service Regional Offices.
Acronyms and Terms
Do you have a listing of frequently used DoD acronyms?
How do I find out more information about an Army post?
For information about Army garrisons go to:
How can I get information on surplus auctions?
Contact the Defense Disposition Services at 1-877-352-2255.
Where can I get old Army stuff?
Equipment that is old, has been replaced or is no longer needed is turned in to the Defense Disposition Services. There are numerous facilities located around the country. To find out more about how to get equipment from these sites you can visit their web site at www.drms.dla.mil or check with a local military installation that has a Disposition office. Equipment is"demilitarized", if required, to ensure that it is safe prior to sale.
Fraud Waste and Abuse
How do I report fraud, waste, or abuse at the Defense Department?
You may do so by contacting the Defense Department Inspector General's Hotlinefor Fraud, Waste, and Abuse. The telephone number there is: 800-424-9098. You may also send an e-mail to officials there at: email@example.com
How can I find the address of a specific present or former member of the U.S.Armed Forces?
Requests for military addresses should be sent to the respective service of the individual whose address is being sought. Military regulations and the Privacy Act of 1974 do not permit the military departments to provide email addresses, home addresses or telephone numbers of service personnel. Moreover, regulations do not permit random dissemination of listings of names and addresses of service personnel. These regulations have been established to protect individual service men and women from commercial exploitation and to respect their right of privacy.
Because of the large volume of requests that each service locator receives, please allow four weeks processing time for written requests. The following information is needed for all requests for locator services: Give as much identifying information as possible about the person you wish to locate such as full name, rank, last duty assignment/last known military address, service number, and Social Security number.
The locator service is free to immediate family members and government officials. Other family members, civilian friends, businesses and others must pay $3.50. The check or money order must be made out to the U.S. Treasury. It is not refundable.
The Army will help you locate individualson active duty only, not retirees.
The Army World Wide Locator address is:
Commander U.S. Army Enlisted Records & Evaluation Center
8899 East 56th Street
Fort Benjamin Harrison, IN 46249-5301