ERB Army HRC Portal

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In the world of the army, ERB is the abbreviation of Enlisted Record Brief. For every active duty soldier who wants to obtain your ERB, you can go to a portal known as Army Knowledge Online or AKO. For those who have no idea how to get such thing, you can follow these following instructions:

  1. The first thing that you need to do is to navigate to Army AKO at www.us.army.mil.
  2. When you are on the site, choose ORB: Officer Record Brief / ERB: Enlisted Record Brief link that is located under Army Links column that is found on the right side of the page.
  3. Once you are taken to the ORB/ERB page, please choose the view/print button.
  4. You can save it as a PDF to your desktop, where they are able to be easily retrieved.
  5. Just like that you have your ERB in your hand.

Apart from the method above, there is also another one to obtain your ERB. Just like the previous method, this method also can be used if you want to get the ORB. While the first is through AKO, the second one is in the Reserves/National Guard. Here is step by step to follow to obtain your ORB or ERB in the Reserves/National Guard:

  1. First of all, you will have to contact your Unit Administration or UA for assistance in building your 2-1/SRB.
  2. It is important for you to make sure that you have all the documents that are required to help the UA build out your completed and accurate 2-1/SRB.

After getting the of Enlisted Record Brief or ERB, you can use it to verify your military or veteran status. Not only that, it is also able to be used to help describing your position.

For your information, the thing known as Enlisted Record Brief or ERB and ORB Soldier has been replaced by Soldier Record Brief or SRB. In addition to Soldier Record Brief or SRB, there are a ton of Department of Defense documents. Below is the list of some other documents:

  • DD 214: This one is the certificate of release or discharge from active duty.
  • DD 13: This one is the statement of service.
  • DA 1569: This one is the transcript of military record.
  • DD 2A: This one is the armed forces identification card (active).
  • DD 2AF: This one is the armed forces identification card (active).
  • DD 2CG: This one is the armed forces identification card (active).
  • DD 2MC: This one is the armed forces identification card (active).
  • DD 2N: This one is the armed forces identification card (active).
  • DD 2NOAA: This one is the armed forces identification card (active).
  • DD 2 (Retired): This one is the US uniformed services identification card.
  • DD 214: This one is the certificate of release or discharge from active duty
  • DD 217: This one is the discharge certificate.
  • DD 303: This one is the certificate in lieu of lost or destroyed discharge.
  • DD 303AF: This one is the certificate in lieu of lost or destroyed discharge.
  • DD 303CG: This one is the certificate in lieu of lost or destroyed discharge.
  • DD 303MC: This one is the certificate in lieu of lost or destroyed discharge.
  • DD 303N: This one is the certificate in lieu of lost or destroyed discharge.
  • DD 1300: This one is the report of casualty.

There are also some Department of Defense documents that must show a period of active duty service dates, including:

  • DD 256A: This one is the honorable discharge certificate.
  • DD 256AF: This one is the honorable discharge certificate.
  • DD 256CG: This one is the honorable discharge certificate.
  • DD 256MC: This one is the honorable discharge certificate.
  • DD 256N: This one is the honorable discharge certificate.
  • DD 257A: This one is the general discharge certificate.
  • DD 257AF: This one is the general discharge certificate.
  • DD 257CG: This one is the general discharge certificate.
  • DD 257MC: This one is the general discharge certificate.
  • DD 257N: This one is the general discharge certificate.

There is a document that has to show active duty active dates. The name of the document is Bureau of Investigation No. 213 Discharge from U. S. Naval Reserve Force. It is the honorable discharge certificate.

The next is the document that must how previous active federal service for something with the exception of training, or a minimum or 20 years of total service. The name of the document is NGB 22. This one is the report of separation and record of service, departments of the army and the air force, national guard bureau.

In addition to these documents, there are some other accepted documents, such as:

  • ADJ 545: This one is the discharge certificate.
  • Army DS ODF: This one is the honorable discharge from the United States Army.
  • AGO 525: This one is the discharge certificate.
  • AGO 755: This one is the discharge certificate.
  • AGO 01252: This one is the discharge certificate.
  • AGO 01254: This one is the transcript of military record.
  • AGO 01502: This one is the discharge certificate.
  • WD AGO 01502: This one is the certificate in lieu of lost or destroyed discharge certificate
  • WD AGO 01504: This one is the discharge certificate.
  • WD AGO 0729: This one is the honorable discharge from army of the United States of America.
  • WD AGO 280: This one is the certificate of service, AVS.
  • WD AGO 525: This one is the honorable discharge from the United States Army.
  • WD AGO 53: This one is the enlisted record and report of separation honorable discharged.
  • WD AGO 53-55: This one is the enlisted record and report of separation honorable discharged.
  • WD AGO 53-58: This one is the enlisted record and report of separation honorable discharged.
  • WD AGO 53-90: This one is the certificate of service.
  • WD AGO 53-98: This one is the military record and report of separation certificate of service.
  • WD AGO 55: This one is the honorable discharge from the army of the United States.
  • WD AGO 755: This one is the honorable discharge, women’s army auxiliary corps.

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