Presidential Pardon Application Instructions & Form

Granting pardon for certain violations of Article 125 under the Uniform Code of Military Justice


Filling out and submitting the application is the first step in requesting a certificate of pardon based on the President’s June 26, 2024 proclamation pardoning individuals convicted of certain offenses under Article 125, Uniform Code of Military Justice. You will be asked to share details about yourself and information about your conviction. 


Please complete only the blocks indicated below and highlighted on the Application for Pardon After Completion of Sentence. While not required, including any case documents regarding your conviction may expedite processing your application.

 Page(s)  Block  Complete  Notes
6-7 A YES  Complete Sections a-d. only
8 B NO  
9 C NO  
10 D NO  
11 E NO  
11 F YES  Description of military service not required; Attach DD Form 214, if available.
12 G NO  
13 H NO  
14 I NO  
15-17 J YES  Complete section a. only
18 K YES  
19 L NO  
20-22 M NO  
23 N YES  Submit applications to the military department address in Part 2.



Submit your application to the Military Department of which you were a member when you were court-martialed or, if you were a member of the Coast Guard, to the Coast Guard:


Coast Guard


U.S. Coast Guard
Commandant (CG-LMJ)
U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters
2703 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE
Washington, DC 20032


Air Force


U.S. Air Force
Office of the Judge Advocate General
Attention: AF/JAJI
1500 W. Perimeter Road, Suite 1300
Joint Base Andrews Naval Air Facility, MD 20762




U.S. Army
Office of The Judge Advocate General
ATTN: Criminal Law Division, (DAJA-CL)
2200 Army Pentagon, Washington, DC 20310-220


Navy / Marine Corps


U.S. Navy/U.S. Marine Corps
Office of the Judge Advocate General
Criminal Law Division (Code 20)
1254 Charles Morris Street S.E., Suite B01
Washington Navy Yard, D.C. 20374


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