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MAIL COVER– The term mail cover is used when a record  is  made  of  any  data  appearing  on  the outside  cover  of  any  class  of  mail  matter,  or found in the contents oe any class of mail. MAILING   ADDRESS–   The  address  at  which  a member  of  the  naval  service  can  be  reached  at any time by ordinary mail. The mailing address of a member serving on extended active duty is normally  the  address  of  the  duty  station  to which he or she is assigned. MANMED– Manual of the MAPMIS–  Manpower  and Information  System. Medical   Department. Personnel   Management MAPTIS– Manpower and  Personnel  Training Information  System. MCA– Manning  control  authority.  Manning  control consists of   two   functions–manning   and placement. This   control   is   exercised   by   the MCA.  BUPERS  (PERS  453)  is  the  MCA  for most  CONUS  activities.  COMNAVRESFOR (Code  02A)  is  MCA  for  most  CONUS  activities that are primarily concerned with the training of Naval  Reservists.  CINCPACFLT  is  MCA  for activities   in the   Pacific   Ocean   area. CINCLANTFLT   is   MCA   for   activities   in   the Atlantic  Ocean  area. MCPO–  Master  chief  petty  officer. MCPON–  Master  Chief  Petty  Officer  of  the  Navy. MECP– Medical  Enlisted  Commissioning  Program. MECP  gives  active  duty  enlisted  personnel, including those   in the   Training   and Administration  of  Reserve  (TAR)  Program,  an opportunity  to  complete  the  requirements  for  a baccalaureate   degree   in   nursing   and   earn   a commission  as  a  Nurse  Corps  officer. MEMBER–  A  commissioned  officer,  commissioned warrant   officer,   warrant   officer,   and   enlisted person,  including  a  retired  person,  of  the Uniformed  Services.  As  used  in  this  definition the words retired person includes members of the Fleet  Reserve  and  Fleet  Marine  Corps  Reserve who  are  in  receipt  of  retainer  pay. MEPS– Military Entrance Processing Station. MGIB–   Montgomery   G.I.   Bill.   The   MGIB   is   an educational  assistance  program  available  to those individuals who (1) first entered on active duty on or after 1 July 1985; (2) are entitled to education  benefits  under  the  Vietnam  Era  GI Bill,  and  who  satisfy  certain  eligibility  criteria;  or (3) enlist, reenlist, or extend an enlistment as a drilling   Reservist   for   service   in   the   Selected Reserve (SELRES) for a period of not less than 6  years  on  or  after  1  July  1985.  The  SELRES GI   Bill   replaces   the   educational   benefits program provided for in Title 10, United States Code,  Chapter  106. MIA– Missing in action. MICROFICHE  RECORD–  Your microfiche record, is maintained in the Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS)  (Pers  313),  Washington,  DC.  It  is  a small  sheet  of  microfilm  on  which  microcopies of  your  service  record  pages  are  recorded. MILPERSMAN–  Naval  Military  Personnel  Manual. MIRCS– Mechanical instrument repair and calibration  shop. MINIMASTER– A personnel data base, maintained at  each  field  host  processor  (FHP),  containing an   extract   of   headquarters   (DFAS/BUPERS) data  elements  and  certain  locally  maintained data elements. MINIMIZE– Sometimes it is necessary to reduce the volume  of  record  and/or  voice  communications ordinarily transmitted over U.S. military-owned or  leased  telecommunications  facilities.  This action,  known  as  MINIMIZE,  is  designed  to clear  communications  networks  of  traffic,  the urgency of which does not require transmission by   electrical   means   during   MINIMIZE.   Only traffic   of   any   precedence   that   concerns accomplishing  a  mission  or  safety  of  life  is considered   essential   and   therefore   requires electronic  transmission. MMPA– Master military pay account. MODEM–  A modem is a device that converts data to  a  form  that  can  be  transmitted  from  one device  to  another.  For  example,  when  hooked up  to  a  computer,  a  modem  can  be  used  to transmit  data  electrically  to  another  computer AI-12

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