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Figure 6-10.—Officer's Report of Home of Record and Place From Which Ordered to a Tour of Active Duty, NAVPERS 1070/4
Figure 6-9.—Officer Appointment Acceptance and Oath of Office, NAVCRUIT 1000/20. the  old  documents  such  as  temporary  additional  duty orders, previous PCS orders, and so on, are not lost or destroyed,  and  to  provide  the  officer  with  a  means  to obtain  historical  information,  an  unofficial  file  record commonly referred to as the officer’s junk jacket should be initiated and maintained along with the officer’s service  record.  Although  many  commands  prefer  that officers maintain their own junk jackets, the junk jacket should  actually  be  maintained  by  the  personnel  office and/or  administrative  office  that  maintains  the  officer’s service   record   and   not   by   the   individual   officer concerned. 6-12 To distinguish the officer’s service record from the officer’s junk jacket, you should use a different color of labeling tape on both records. On the junk jacket, you should record the officer’s full name and SSN along with the words junk jacket across the top. This will reduce confusion between the officer’s service record and the junk jacket. The  junk  jacket  should  be  delivered  to  the  officer when the officer either transfers to a new duty station or  leaves  the  Navy.

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