How can i go about getting a copy of my Honorable discharge from the Army?
Through the state headquarters.
You can get copy of bankruptcy paperwork and also your bankruptcy discharge papers, schedule of creditors at http://www.bankruptcycopies.com
See the related link below. Click the link and follow the directions.
You may request them from the CDCR or file a Freedom of Information Act request with the state.
In most cases it will be sent to you by the bankruptcy court. If you need another copy or have not received your discharge papers when you believe you should have then contact the bankruptcy court to obtain them.
You need to contact the National Personnel Records Centre. See related link.
copy it by a copy machine
You could try two ways. One is to have the executor/administrator contact the army to request a copy of the discharge papers. The army will have certain procedures and paperwork, with which you will have to comply. The second is to see if your particular state records them. In New Jersey, veterans' discharge papers are recorded just the way deeds are recorded in order to ensure that they could be retrieved in the event the veteran lost the originals. Contact the state or county recording office to inquire about that.
People in the administration will end up filing the discharge papers, however most are recycled after their entry into the database
The soldier received his discharge papers from the army. The discharge from the car's tailpipe contains pollution.
Yes your papers will list all the creditor that was discharged. I did some research and found out myself.