Military Discharge Records
This office provides veterans with the recordation and permanent preservation of military discharge records. Military discharge records include:
- Copy 4
- Copy of DD Form 214 with a raised seal issued by the U.S. National Personnel Records Center
- DD Form 214 issued by the United States Government
- U.S. National Archives Form 13038
A Veteran desiring to have his or her military discharge records permanently recorded with the Clerk of Superior Court in Laurens County should bring the records to the Clerk's Office. The office is located at:
101 N Jefferson Street
Dublin, Georgia 31021
Filing & Obtaining Discharge Records
There is no filing fee for this service, nor is there a fee for obtaining copies, certified or otherwise. However, to protect military discharge records against fraudulent misuse, strict enforcement of Georgia law is followed concerning who may view and receive copies of discharge records.
Affidavit of Military Discharge Records
You may print and fill out the Affidavit to View or Copy Military Discharge Records (PDF) and bring it with you to the Clerk's Office to expedite your request.