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TBD 6848 S. Revere Parkway
Centennial, CO 80112-6709
Tel: 720-250-1560 • Fax: 720-250-1589
Department of Military Affairs Archives Overview
The Department of Military and Veterans Affairs Archives hold the military personnel records pertaining to:
**To apply for copies of the information in the archives, the SF Form 180 (link below) must be filled out and submitted to the Archives Administrator. It can be emailed, mailed or faxed.**
Standard Form 180
Information available includes
NOTE: All records do not contain every item of information listed above. Please check with the Archivist to determine what information is available.
Due to the number of full time COARNG personnel that have been activated and deployed, Archives may not have your records if you have were discharged or retired from the Colorado Army National Guard within the last 36 months.
If we do not have your records you must contact the COARNG Military Personnel Office (MILPO) at 720-250-1330/1331 to determine the status of your records. We apologize for any inconvience.
DMVA 640-2 Archive Policy 1 January 2008.pdfApplication Procedure(SF 180).pdfState of Colorado - Archives
On-Line Military Records Request Sites
On-Line Military RecordsNational Archives - Military Records Information
DoD and Military Identification
DMVA DEERS Office
6848 South Revere Parkway, (1st floor)
Centennial, CO 80112
Operations by Appointment ONLY (Required)
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday through Friday, 08:00 to 16:00
NOTE: Requires that the recipient (aged 18 or older) present two forms of government-issued identification, one of which must be a photo ID. These may include a valid (not expired) driver’s license or passport, any DOD id card (may NOT be expired), the original or a certified copy of a birth certificate, an original Social Security card.
Military Family Relief Fund Application
The Military Family Relief Fund Application
A fund has been established by Colorado legislators and is available to military personnel who meet certain criteria. The specific requirements are listed below, as well as the application, and information sheet. For more specific information, and/or to speak with the appropriate representative reference the contact numbers listed below.
For Colorado National Guard and Reserve Military Members Who Meet These Requirements
If you meet the above mentioned criteria please download the following forms (below), and fill them out with with the appropriate information.
MFRF ApplicationInfo Sheet MFRF
NOTE: This is NOT an emergency fund, so applications are reviewed at a monthly meeting, approximately every 30 days. All documentation that is required by the instructions must accompany the application.
Army National Guard
Air National Guard
CSM Kristal Florquist
PS2 Lotyease Killingsworth
Specific questions regarding the Military Family relief Fund? Contact Ms. Charlene Shields at 720-250-1190 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
28-3-1501. Legislative declaration
SB05-052 Full Text
The general assembly hereby finds and declares that, due to the many involuntary mobilizations subsequent to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, many families of Colorado National Guard members and reservists face financial hardships when the National Guard member or reservist is called to active military duty because the military pay of a soldier is often far less than his or her civilian salary. Because private companies often do not make up the difference in salary, military families may see a significant drop in household income while a family mem- ber is away on active military duty. In addition, active duty military personnel and their families encounter additional hardships when the active duty member is deployed to zones in which he or she will encounter hostile fire. Many families of Colorado National Guard members, reserv- ists, and active duty military personnel also face additional expenses caused by a long family separation. The general assembly further finds and declares that grants from the military family relief fund are intended to help families defray the costs of food, housing, utilities, medical ser- vices, and other expenses that may be difficult to afford when a family member leaves civilian employment for active military duty or is on active military duty in a hostile fire zone.