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Date Posted: Fri, February 26 2010, 11:04:22
Author: James
Author Host/IP: gateway.lairdtech.com /
Subject: Rudy Sedillo

This is a reply to the below. i too am next of kin to my dad Rudy sedillo and i would also like to hear any stories about his time in the military. i have a few written stories he provided me during school. he actually came to my history class and did a presentation on Vietnam, i have an audio recording of this. anyway, please contact me with any info you have. thanks again,


Date Posted: Sun, May 07 2006, 13:34:44
Author: Jeff Northridge
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Subject: Re: Rudy Sedillo
In reply to: Nancy 's message, "Re: Rudy Sedillo" on Sat, May 06 2006, 14:49:23

Howdy Nancy;

Since you qualify as a next-of-kin of a deceased veteran, you have the right and privilage to request copies of your father's Navy and Army personnel files from the National Archives and Records Administration (see http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/get-service-records.html for particulars). You may also request a copy of his DD-214 (discharge paper) and a set of replacement medals (except foreign awards which must be purchased commercially). The most important, however, will be your father's personnel files because they will reveal what units he was in and when he was in them.

After determining what ships/units that he was in, then we can help you get in touch with others who served with him or you can do it yourself with a search engine. There is a CPT Rudy Sedillo listed in a DOD record on the Military.com website, but it doesn't say much--only that this particular CPT Sedillo was in the National Guard and that his MOS was 91D (Operating Room Specialist). Does that make sense?

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