|Mail clerk and supervisor classes are held every first (1st) and third (3d) Tuesdays of the month from
0900-1600 in Building 286, 761st Tank Battalion Avenue.|
Mail clerks must have a On the Job Training (OJT) memo stamped by IMMC.
|Main link for US Postal Service: United States Postal Service|
|Requests for Military Mailing Addresses:|
|Responsibility for military personnel records falls within the jurisdiction of the military departments,
not the Office of the Secretary of Defense. Therefore, requests for military addresses should be sent to the respective service
of the individual whose address is being sought. There is no comprehensive source for e-mail addresses. Even if there were,
military regulations and the Privacy Act of 1974 do not permit the military departments to provide 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 (4) weeks processing time for written requests.|
The following information is needed for all requests for all 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 U.S. Army will help you locate individuals on active duty only. Mail your request to:|
U.S. Army Enlisted Records & Evaluation Center
8899 East 56th Street
Fort Benjamin Harrison, IN 46249-5301
|For more information, please visit: |