US Army email address format


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emmx

Does anyone here know the format the US Army uses for official email addresses?

For example, I'm in the Marine Corps and our format is 'firstname.lastname@usmc.mil'

I'm trying to contact my uncle who is in the Army. If I can find the format they use then I can guess his email address. Either that or maybe someone in the Army that is on here can look it up for me?

Thank you.

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Hum

firstname.lastname@usarmy.mil ;)

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SacrificialSoldier

glad to help

don't be to hard on hum, post count complex!

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BigDaddy5

Just as an FYI, not all e-mails follow the us.army.mil. Quite a few are command dependent, like West Point cadets can have a @usma.army.mil, or someone in PERSCOM can have a @perscom.army.mil address. Someone in MEPSCOM might have an @mepscom.army.mil, recruiting command might have @usarec.army.mil, etc. Just so you know, not everyone follows the standard format.

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emmx

I know he trains the drill sergeants (somewhere in North Carolina I believe). He is a 1stSgt (just recently got promoted). I don't know what base or anything else.

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SacrificialSoldier

Why cant you call him?

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BigDaddy5

You sure it's not Fort Jackson, South Carolina? That's where the Drill Sergeant school is. You could always call the unit and ask for him:

http://www.jackson.army.mil/dss/index.htm

His last name isn't Sargent is it? (Just noticed the deputy commander)

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emmx

Maybe it is South Carolina. No, his last name isn't Sargent. Yes I just saw that page too. I guess I could call and ask for him. I'll try that.

Thanks for all the information.

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