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In December 1955, the Army renamed the Demobilized Personnel Records Center as simply the "Army Records Center" and moved all records and files to the new MPRC facility, with transfer completed in January 1956.In the summer of that same year, the Navy transferred sixteen million files from its records facility in Garden City, New York to St. Air Force records were considered under the Department of the Army custody at the time of MPRC's opening and were stored at various facilities until July 1, 1956 when the Air Force took custody of its records and moved them to the Air Force Records Center in Kansas City, Missouri.As of 2009, with the first Air Force records from 1947 becoming public archival records, every branch of service now has some type of archival record on file at NPRC.
As part of the Archival Records program, a number of notable persons records were also transferred to the custody of the National Archives and open to general public access.The Military Personnel Records Center was designed by architect Minoru Yamasaki, and opened in the fall of 1955 after three years of construction.The building was originally known as the "Department of Defense Military Personnel Records Center" and was designated as a joint military command housing three separate records centers for the Army, Navy, and Air Force.The original Military Personnel Records Center was designed to replace the Army Demobilized Personnel Records Center which was an active military installation of the United States Army and housed discharged and retired Army records dating back to the First World War.In the initial conception stages, a decision was made to operate the facility as a joint military establishment, in that the facility would also take in Air Force and Navy military records.
In 1957, the records were then transferred to MPRC in St. United States Marine Corps records had previously been transferred to the center, under Navy auspices, in 1957. On July 1, 1960, the Military Personnel Records Center ceased to be operated by the Defense Department with control transferred to the General Services Administration.