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Readable IDPF

This IDPF (Individual Deceased Personnel File) is one the most important set of documents for a Soldier who was killed in WWII.  You can download an IDPF example below.  If you don't have your family members IDPF you just need his ASN (Army Serial Number) and his name.  You can then order it by email here sue.kilianski@us.army.mil This is the Human Resources Command at Ft. Knox.  It can take up to a year or more now. 

All 310,000 Army IDFPS have been digitized and are sitting on a server but DPAA (Defense POWMIA Accounting Agency) has refused to let the American Taxpayers have access. I have filed a FOIA request for those r
ecords and have a place where they would sit for everyone to access them. They replied and said the request for yes or no will take at least until 2017.

These people will not even allow the IDPF people in Ft. Knox to access these IDPFs and they are Army. This is why it takes up to 2 years to get an IDPF that should take no more than 60 seconds. How is that possible? Ask the DPAA.

This IDPF (Individual Deceased Personnel File) can be copied and the paste into Word Docs without having to type it into the Word Doc or you can copy and paste into Google to search as well.  You can also search the IDPF for and word that is a part of the IDPF.

 


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