Fort Ord National Monument Military Records

As a former Army base, Fort Ord was home to many Army personnel.  People once stationed at Fort Ord and family of service members often seek military records and to explore the grounds.  The Fort Ord National Monument does not have access or retain any military personnel records.  We encourage people who are seeking these records to contact the National Personnel Records Center or the Monterey County Military and Veterans Affairs Office.  We welcome anyone who is interested in exploring Fort Ord to check out the trails on the monument.  

For records, please contact:

National Personnel Records Center – National Archives and Administration
314-801-0800
866-272-6272
www. archives.gov/st-louis

Monterey County Military and Veterans Affairs Office
1200 Aguajito Road, Suite 003
Monterey, CA 93940
831-647-7613
Office hours vary, please call before dropping by.

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Created:  April 20, 2012
Size:  14,658 acres of public land

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Bureau of Land Management 
Central Coast Field Office 

940 2nd Avenue
Marina, CA 93933-6009 

Phone: 831-582-2200 

Email: BLM_CA_Web_FO@blm.gov

Leadership: Eric Morgan, National Monument Manager