If you were USMC you can run off copies of your entire SRB through the MOL portal "My OMPF" tab. I'm sure the other branches have the same capabilities on their respective sites. The only downside is you will only be able to do this until your IRR time is up and then the site is useless because you are non personnel after that.
-edit- You EAS d '06, that would mean you're out of the system now because your IRR time expired. You would have to contact MOBCOM to get copies of your 214 and if there were any awards that hit after you got out you'd have to get a DD215 which is just an additional page that updates the 214 info. You can do it that way, go through the VA or see if there is a prior service recruiter who can pull it up through MCTIMS.
-edit to the edit- On civilian servers MOL can be hit or miss, if you get to the page that says there may be security issues you have to hit "agree" and go through a couple of other pages and then it will ask you to sign in and you have to go with your original sign in ID, get a temporary password after answering your security question and then enter a new password. I can't get online from my home computer right now because the settings are jacked up and my wife is the admin so I can't change the settings. Just remember it's the "My OMPF" tab and you can print up everything from day one, medical/pro cons/ everything you have ever done.
I hate getting a thumbs down when my info is current,as in I know exactly what I'm talking about because people outside of todays Marine Corps have no idea what the hell MOL is or how useful a tool it is for active duty personnel, reservists, and those in the IRR. Old squid your info might be useful someday, but this gent can still use MOL.