Step 3 – Get Your Military Conduct Sheet (if applicable)

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Step 3 – Get Your Military Conduct Sheet (if applicable)

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Now, let's take a closer look at Step 3 in the Application Guide "Getting your Military Conduct Sheet".

If you are not a current or past member of the Canadian Forces either Regular or Reserve, you do not need to complete this step.

You can skip to Step 4 in the Application Guide.

If you are a current or past member of the Canadian Forces either Regular or Reserve, then you must get a certified, signed and dated copy of your Military Conduct Sheet.

For Regular members, if you left less than five years ago, you can get your Military Conduct Sheet from the DMCARM.

If you left more than five years ago, you can get it from the Personnel Records Unit.

For Reserve members, if you left less than three years ago, you can get your Military Conduct Sheet from the Commanding Officer of your last posting or Unit.

If you left more than three years ago, you can get it from the Personnel Records Unit.

If no conduct sheet exists you must provide a letter from your Commanding Officer.

Make sure that you include all correspondence from your Commanding Officer, National Defence or National Archives with your application.

Remember that the Military Conduct Sheet is only valid for six months from the date it is issued.

Your Military Conduct Sheet should include the following information: that the reason for the request is for a Record Suspension application; your first and last name - if your name has since changed, it must state your name at the time; your date of birth; your military Identification Number or Service Number; your signature; and your enlistment and discharge dates.

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