Military Discharge Document Recording
The Delaware County Recorder’s Office encourages veterans to record their military discharge documents (DD214s) with our office for safekeeping.
Original or certified copies of discharge records are accepted for recording during normal business hours. Upon recording, the original document will be immediately returned along with an extra certified copy. At the time of recording, Social Security numbers on all documents will be redacted to protect the identity of the veteran. There is no cost associated with this service for our veterans.
Veterans ID Cards
This program allows any veteran who records their DD214 with our office and who was discharged from service with any distinction except dishonorable, to obtain a Veteran Identification Card from our office. This card is a valid form of identification by the State of Ohio and displays a photograph of the veteran, military service dates, and other pertinent information regarding the veteran’s service to our country. This card contains the veteran’s specific document number, so the discharge record can be rapidly located when needed. The Veteran ID Card is provided free of charge.
In order to receive a Veteran Identification Card, veterans must record their military discharge with the Delaware County Recorder’s Office and show two forms of current and valid identification. Acceptable forms of identification are listed below:
An original or certified birth certificate
ID card issued by the Department of Veteran Affairs
US Military ID Card
Social Security Card
State issued CCW Permit/License
State issued Driver’s License
State issued ID Card
Valid US Passport
The Veteran ID card can be useful to veterans to prove eligibility for a number of services and benefits including:
Veteran Home Loans
Veteran Hospital Services
Veteran Resources page to come.