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record   may   contain   up   to   six   categories   of microfiche  information  and  documents.  Some  of the information and documents that may be filed under  the  six  categories  are  as  follows: 1.  Fiche  No.  1—Fitness  and  Awards Current   photograph Fitness  reports Medals/awards/citations 2.   Fiche   No.   2—Professional   History Education Qualifications Appointments/promotions Reserve  status Service  determination,  separation,  and retirement 3.  Fiche  No.  3—Personal  Data Security data Record  of  emergency  data Record  changes Personal background data (citizenship, casualty,  death,  biography) Miscellaneous   information—For   ex- ample,  physical  examination  report 4.  Fiche  No.  4—Orders First  duty Training duty Separation 5.   Fiche   No.   5—Privileged   Information (Prepared   only   as   correspondence warrants) Adverse  information  (Based  on  Navy Regulations,  adverse  matter  shall  not be placed in an officer’s record without the  knowledge  of  the  officer.  In  all cases, it shall be referred to the officer on which the matter is being reported for  such  official  statement  as  may  be desired.   If   the   officer   who   is   being reported  chooses  to  make  no  statement, that intention must be so indicated in writing. The Chief of Naval Personnel interprets   what   constitutes   adverse matter.) Extracts  from  the  findings  and  rec- ommendations  of  courts  and  boards 3-6 concerning  the  officer  (These  include statements  of  disciplinary  action  and court-martial  orders  or  promulgating letters of general court-martial when a finding of guilty has been found. A trial may result in an acquittal of all charges and  specifications,  or  the  final  review of  a  conviction  may  result  in  action equivalent to an acquittal of all charges and specifications. In such cases court- martial   orders   or   the   promulgating letters  of  court-martial  shall  not  be included  in  the  officer’s  record.  No entry whatever regarding the acquittal shall   appear   in   the   officer’s   official record, neither the fact that the person has  been  tried  nor  any  mention  of the  offense.  Complete  records  of  pro- ceedings  of  court-martial  inquiries, investigations,  and  so  forth,  are  filed in  the  Office  of  the  Judge  Advocate General.) 6.  Fiche  No.  6—Enlisted  Record The information included in this fiche shows schools attended, qualifications achieved,  awards  received,  and  other information   pertinent   to   a   naval officer’s career. This record is prepared for  officers  who  have  served  as  enlisted members  for  2  or  more  years  and whose   officer   microform   record   was established during the initial conversion process  from  paper  to  microfiche. Enlisted  documents  for  officers  who completed less than 2 years of enlisted service   are   distributed   in   the   ap- propriate subject matter field on fiche 1 through 5. The official officer record presented to selec- tion  boards  contains  fiche  numbers  1;  2;  and,  if it  exists,  5  for  active-duty  officers.  It  contains fiche numbers 1; 2; 4; and, if it exists, 5 for Naval Reserve  (inactive  and  TAR)  officers.  Fiche numbers  3  and  6  are  normally  maintained  for administrative   purposes   only.   However,   upon request,  boards  may  be  provided  with  fiche number 3 to determine an officer’s medical status. Commendatory  correspondence  may  not  be filed  in  the  officer’s  official  record.  The  report- ing  senior  should  consider  any  commendatory correspondence  or  recognition  for  performance beyond that normally expected when evaluating overall  performance  in  preparing  the  officer’s fitness  report.  If  considered  appropriate,  an  entry

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