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Offline Jdmeade

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Lost PMEL Certificate
« on: 12-04-2018 -- 06:06:01 »
Hey guys. Does anyone know how I could possibly obtain a copy of my Lowry Air Force PMEL course completion certification? I foolishly lost my original and can't find a copy to save my live. Any help or ideas would be great. Thanks.

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Re: Lost PMEL Certificate
« Reply #1 on: 12-04-2018 -- 12:08:56 »
The school should be on your DD214 if I remember correctly.  Use that if its needed.  Your only other choice is to contact the VA and get your record and see if a copy of the diploma was put in it.

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Re: Lost PMEL Certificate
« Reply #2 on: 12-04-2018 -- 17:36:19 »
You are correct.  I looked at a copy of my DD-214 and it shows the school(s) you attended under box 14 (Military Education).  When I went through school in Biloxi they presented our certificates in a Marine award like presentation holder.  If not for that I may have misplaced it too. 
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Re: Lost PMEL Certificate
« Reply #3 on: 12-05-2018 -- 00:06:48 »
hmmm... Never thought about what if I lost mine...
Currently, it is in my "I Love ME!" book.  It has every performance evaluation I have ever had, NCOER, schools, certificates, and awards.   

I should think about digitizing this information and park in on a cloud somewhere.
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