Judge Anna von Reitz
You have not been discharged from military service. A DD 214 is not what it appears to be and is not sufficient to do the job.
To get completely out and away and to receive the money and credit you are actually owed requires you to “discharge yourself”—- like discharging yourself from the hospital.
The form needed to do this is the DD 2168 which is readily available on the internet as an interactive form you can fill out and then print off and sign.
The instructions about where to send it are with the online form and includes Coast Guard.
For those of you who served in more than one branch of the service, it is necessary to add a brief “itinerary” of service, for example, “I was inducted into the Coast Guard on May 3, 1989 at Long Beach, California and served four years prior to discharge on June 5, 1993. I then joined the U.S. Marine Corps…….”
This blow-by-blow is necessary because the bureaucrats need to sequentially process the paperwork releasing you from each branch of service.
The latest information I have from the military is that you should send in DD 2168’s to each branch you served in and include a copy of your service itinerary with each one, so that they can coordinate your final discharge.
Upon final discharge you are free to return to private life and to your birthright political status and to receive all service-related perks that you are owed.
Obviously, until you are fully, finally, and absolutely released from all presumptions and obligations of military service, you cannot return to your natural and original political status as an American state national, so for all of those who have followed my instructions to recoup your birthright standing, this is one more hoop for those who have served in the US military.