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Essex fields 40 to 60 requests for records each week.

The records for Guard Soldiers who served from 1950 to 1984 are in paper.Some of the more recent paper records are complete in folders, known as 201 files, Essex said. Sometimes they are stapled together and sometimes not.All these factors make tracking down paper records much more time-consuming than records created since 1984, when the Army began photographing those paper records and turning them into microfilm and microfiche records.He also gets records requests from federal agents conducting security-clearance investigations, Essex said.Once he even had to testify about a Soldier's records at a court martial at Fort Eustis, Md.

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