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Figure 5-25.—Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, DD Form 214
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Figure 5-26.—Correction to DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, DD Form 215. procedures involved in a request for a change of name the   member’s   entitlement   to   travel   and or a correction of a date of birth. You will also read about the importance of signatures, the requirements for reporting a change in citizenship by foreign nationals, the  procedures  for  making  corrections  to  enlisted service  records,  and  the  purpose  of  the  Board  for Correction  of  Naval  Records  (BCNR). ADDRESS AND HOME OF RECORD As  a  PN,  you  must  understand  and  be  able  to explain the difference between an enlisted member’s home   address and his or her  home  of  record.  You should also be able to explain to your shipmates why this information is required in the service record. Reasons According   to   the   MILPERSMAN,   Article 5010140,  a  member’s  address  is  officially  recorded  by the Navy for the following reasons: .   To   communicate   with   the   member   when necessary. .  To  provide  a  means  for  establishing  and recording the home of record of a member at the time of his or her entry on a tour of extended active duty. (This is for purposes of determining 5-41 transportation   allowances.) A home address or address recorded as the home of record for a member’s current tour of active duty or enlistment serves as evidence of, but does not in itself establish,  the  member’s  legal  domicile  or  residence. Home Address Versus Home of Record The  main  difference  in  a  member’s  home  address and home of record is that the home of record remains unchanged during a continuous tour of active duty regardless of changes in the member’s home address during that time. For an enlisted Navy member who is immediately placed on active duty, the home of record is the address recorded  specifically  as  that  member’s  home  of  record on the official enlistment document form at the time of the  member’s  current  enlistment  or  reenlistment. In  the  case  of  an  enlisted  member  who  is  not immediately  placed  on  active  duty  upon  enlistment  or reenlistment, the member’s home of record during a relevant tour of active duty is the home address recorded at  the  time  of  enlistment  unless  a  change  in  the member’s  home  address  has  been  recorded  before  the member is in actual receipt of orders to the tour of active duty.

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