One of the best kept secrets in the veteran community is CURR (U.S. Armed Services Center for Unit Records Research).  CURR's command is the Records Management Declassification Agency (RMDA).

CURR is a government organization that provides unit record information for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) claims.

CURR's mission is critical to veterans because unless a stressor is verified by researching unit records, the VA may not approve the claims. The veterans then not receive the medical help and compensation deserved.  CURR's research also helps the VA to make valid and just decisions based on exposure and not just a veteran's word.

Unfortunately, for one reason or another, CURR is about a year behind processing requests.

This agency is headed by Mr. Jack Matthews

U.S. Armed Services
Center For Unit Records Research (CURR)
7798 Cissna Road, Suite 101
Springfield, VA 22150-3198