Selective Service System -

Selective Service System -

Armed Forces Member/Veteran Requirement - Serving/served on AD (including basic training) in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, or Coast Guard. - National Guard or Reserve only considered veterans if called to active

federal duty by presidential order for a purpose other than training. - Any service characterization except dishonorable. Includes fraudulent entry provided entire period of service was not voided. - Service academy/preparatory school students for at least 1 day are veterans if service characterization was not dishonorable. - The possession of a DD214 does not mean the person is a veteran.

DD Form 214 - Block 2: Department, Component and Branch - Army/RA = Regular - Army/USAR = Reserve - Army/ARNGUS = National Guard

- Navy USN = Regular - Navy USNR = Reserve - USMC 11 = Regular - USMC K1 = Reserve - Air Force REGAF = Regular - Air Force AFRC = Reserve

- Air Force ANGUS = Air National Guard - Homeland Security USCG = Regular - Homeland Security USCGR = Reserve DD Form 214 - Block 12.c.: Record of Serve - Net Active Service This Period

- Determine length of active service for DD 214 period. Note: Guard/Reserve personnel can have more than one DD 214. - If the member was AD, served 1 or more days, and did not receive a dishonorable discharge (Block 24) they are considered a veteran even if they committed a military crime or were discharged for conduct/performance (Block 28). Fraudulent entry is acceptable permitted their entire period of service was not voided.

Block 18: Remarks - If the member was Guard/Reserve they must have been called to AD by presidential orders for purposes other than training. - If the member served for purposes other than training it will be identified stating where they served and the dates.

- If service was anything other than dishonorable and meets the criteria list above then the member is a veteran. - Title 32 v. Title 10 is typically specific here. - If the Guard/Reserve member was on active duty for training only then they are not considered a veteran for financial aid purposes. This can be determined by looking at blocks 2, 11, 12.c, 18, 23, 24, & 28.

DD Form 214 - Block 23: Type of Separation - This entry depends on the Character of Service (24). If block 24 is anything other than Honorable you will typically see Discharge or Discharged. - If member was Guard/Reserve and on AD for training you will see Release from active duty

training or Release from IADT or Released from active duty. - AD members will have Released from active duty. - Block 24: Character of Service - DD 214 must have a Service Characterization of anything other than dishonorable to be considered a veteran. - Block 28: Narrative Reason for Separation

- Completion of Required Active Service Fraudulent Entry Misconduct (Serious Offense) Completion of Initial Active Duty Training

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