Address from personal military service information is personal. The military do not address the member service, generally, you should contact the service member himself to ask. However, each military unit has its own mail room clerk assigned to a forward mail to receive military. If you can find the address of the unit, you can send mail to a member of the service and mail clerk will ensure that it receives.
Difficulty: Moderately Challenging
Things you need
1.Credentials AKO or DKO
Visit the Army Knowledge Online (AKO) to nous.Army.mil. you must have AKO or DKO credentials to access AKO.
Accept the terms of the security of AKO website. Enter your username and password and click “Login.”
Click “white pages” in the upper right corner of the page.
Enter the member name and department name. If you know the rank of the member service, select it from the drop-down menu provided. When you have finished entering information, click “Submit”.
Scroll through the results until you find the right service member. Click on his name and read the address of the unit that appears on the right side of the page.
Call the office or baseline information on installing the member’s military service. The telephone number can be found on the official website of the installation.
Ask the operator to give you the phone number for the brigade headquarters member service. Tell the operator that you need the number of the line of duty personnel. Write the number.
Dial the phone number of personal duty provided by the operator. Tell the staff service obligation that you need the address of the unit that is in your service. The staff service obligation may ask you to call the battalion or company, if they do, ask the correct telephone number.
Write the address in a safe place.
Tips & Warnings
When you have the unit address, e-mail address to service members and write “C / O” in front of the unit of information, which means “care.”