Utah Army National Guard Military Records
Who Can Submit a Request for Military Records:
Veterans of the Utah Army National Guard or next-of-kin of the deceased veterans.
The next-of-kin may be any of the following: un-remarried surviving spouse, son, daughter, father, mother, brother, or sister of deceased veteran. He or she must provide proof of the veteran’s death, such as a copy of the death certificate, newspaper article (obituary), coroner’s report of death, or funeral home letter.
Note: Our office only maintains records for current Utah Army National Guard members and Veterans of the Utah Army National Guard. Veterans of the Air National Guard, Air Force, Active Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Coast Guard, please download the PDF address list of custodians and send the Standard Form 180 to your respective branch.
How to obtain Utah Army National Guard Military Records:
How to Obtain Standard Form 180 to Request Military Records:
*Please note that our office is closed on all Federal Holidays.
How to Submit the Request Pertaining to Military Records:
How You Will Receive Your Records:
When Will You Receive Your Records:
It may take up to 3-5 business days for our office to process your request. You will receive an email confirmation once your documents have been mailed to you.
Click to download PDF of SF 109
Click to download PDF Address List of Custodians