The AIR FORCE WORLDWIDE LOCATOR handles official and unofficial requests to locate Air Force personnel. Official requests are those requests received from any government agency, Department of Defense or Active Duty members of U.S. Armed Forces in the performance of their official duties. All other requests are considered unofficial in nature.
The Air Force Worldwide Locator only has location information on individuals who are currently receiving compensation from the U.S. Air Force (active duty, Guard, Reserve and retired personnel). If the individual has separated from the Air Force, no information is available.
All unofficial requests must be in writing and fees may not be applicable.
Your request should state who you are looking for, your name, address and telephone number. Put this information in an envelope with a return address, proper postage affixed and the individual's name in the addressee portion of the envelope. Place this envelope in a larger envelope with your check or money order for $3.50 made payable to DAO-DE JBSA-R and mail to the locator address at HQ AFPC/DP1ORM, 550 C St West, Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, TX 78150. Your request constitutes consent to release of this information to the member.
A fee of $3.50, per individual request, is required from all personnel or businesses requesting addresses on military personnel. All requests must be in writing.
The World Wide Locator also provides a "Statement or Verification of Service". This applies to active duty Air Force personnel only. A fee of $5.20, per individual written request, is required.
Checks or money orders must be made payable to DAO-DE JBSA-R.
There is no fee for requesters that are either on active duty, serving in the Guard or Reserve, or are retired military.
Department of Defense official requests may be handled over the phone, providing the requester gives their full name, rank, social security number, organization and purpose of the request. Failure to provide requested information will result in non-disclosure of requested information.
Federal or state government agency requests for information must be pursuant to the Privacy Act as stated in United States Code 552(a)(7), and the request must be in writing, on official letterhead, and signed by a section chief or higher.
Law enforcement agency requests must be in writing and on the appropriate agency letterhead.
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