When you register with the National Guard, you sign a service contract. This contract is legally binding allows you to fulfill the commitment agreed at the time of your registration. Upon signing this contract, you should have a copy. However, if you have not received a copy or if you lost the copy, there are three simple ways you can get a new copy of your contract.
Sign into your account online army knowledge (AKO) (Reference 1) using your web browser. Go to AKO login page, enter your user name and password and click “Login” to access your account.
Access your folder Official Military Personnel using the link in your account online Knowledge army. This section of the page copies of documents, including your contract, that are relevant to your registration in the National Guard. From this page you can print a copy of your contract. If you can not find your contract in your account AKO, go to “Step 3” or methods “Step 4” to substitute.
Write a written request from your contract if you can not access it through AKO. Include your full name, number, social security number or service branch, dates of service and all other relevant information with your application. Mail your form to the National Center recordings Staff in St. Louis, Missouri, (full address see footnote 2) to receive a copy of your contract. It will take about 10 days for you to receive a response.
Submit a copy of the application form records of military personnel SF-180 (Reference 2) if you do not see your contract through AKO. Download and fill out the form SF-180 from the National Archives website. Mail your form to the National Center recordings Staff in St. Louis, Missouri, (full address see footnote 2) to receive a copy of your contract. It will take about 10 days for you to receive a response.