M21-1, Part III February 25, 2005
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE – ContinuedAddress
7. Inservice interim x-rays (retained 5 years beyond
the date of exposure, then destroyed85
8.. . Requests for verification of in-service stressors claimed by veterans seeking55
service connection for post-traumatic stress disorder and verification of service
in Vietnam in connection with claims for disabilities related to exposure to Agent Orange.
D. U.S. MARINE CORPS
1. For Service, Medical and Dental Records (separated before May 1, 1994),
Traveltime, Pay Grade, Facts and Circumstances of Other Than Honorable
Discharges including Board of Officers Proceedings:
a. Officers and Enlisted Personnel--separated, retired or deceased--no Reserve obligation.
(1) Within 2 years41
(2) Over 2 years13
b. Active ReservistsUnit of Assignment
c. Separated from active duty with Reserve obligation but not assigned to unit.42
Note: Records are sent to code 42 from the separation point and remain there
until the Reserve obligation terminates. Then the records go to code 41 for 2 years.
After 2 years (approximately), the records go to address code 13.
2. SMRs for officers and enlisted separated for any reason on or after
May 1, 1994–with or without a Reserve obligationRMC
4. Reports of investigation or inservice injuries or death, court-martial proceedings
(request must show date, type of court-martial and type of discharge)232
5. Retired pay35
7. Readjustment pay, severance pay, separation pay, allowance and allotment information47
8. Disability severance pay for:
a. Members discharged from active duty45
b. Members discharged from TDRL47
9. Inservice interim x-rays (retained 5 years beyond the year of exposure)85
10. Entrance and separation x-rays75