How to get 'Spin' code stigma off discharges

June 1974
Advocate;6/19/74, Issue 140, p16
Reports that U.S. Representative Edward I. Koch is promoting the distribution of information on how ex-military personnel can have Separation Program Number (SPIN) codes removed from their records in 1974. Addresses of the appropriate former service branches where veterans who wish to have their SPIN codes and re-enlistment codes deleted from separation documents can apply; Requirements of applications for decoding; Implications on ex-military personnel.


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