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7-6. What   activity   creates   the officer’s    service    record? 1. EPMAC 2. NRPC 3. BUPERS 4. The   activity   that   delivers the    officer’s    appointment 7-7. When   a   permanent   record   is created,     commissioning     and other    service    record    documents should   be   forwarded   to   what activity? 1. CHNAVPERS    (PERS    313C1) 2. COMNAVCRUITCOM    Code    13 3. EPMAC   (Code   31) 4. NRPC   (Code   401) LEARNING  OBJECTIVE: Identify  the procedures  used  to  maintain  officer service  records. 7-8. A   Naval   Academy   midshipman   is disenrolled    from    training    and retained   in   the   naval   service. To   which   of   the   following publications    should    you    refer for   information   on   the   action you   should   take? 1. DFAS    PAYPERSMAN 2. DODFMR 3. JFTR 4. MILPERSMAN 7-9. Certain   documents   in   an officer’s    service    record relating   to   his/her   tour   at   the present   command   have   no permanent    historical    value    in the    personnel    administration    of the   officer’s   career. What should   you   do   with   these documents? 1. Remove   and   destroy   them 2. File   them   in   the   activity’s miscellaneous    file 3. Remove  and  give  them  to  the member 4. Remove   and   send   them   to CHNAVPERS   for   inclusion   in the    officer’s    permanent microfiche    record 7-10. If   you   are   responsible   for performing     officer     check-ins and   you   discover   errors   in   the service   record,   what   action should   you   take? 1. Act  as  if  no  errors  were discovered   and   complete   the check-in 2. Make  a  page  13  entry  noting the   errors   only 3. Call   the   previous   command and  inquire  as  to  why  they neglected    to    correct discrepancies    before    the officer    transferred 4. Communicate    with    the previous   command   that   made the   error   and   request   they provide    the    necessary information   to   resolve   the discrepancy LEARNING  OBJECTIVE: Recognize  the purpose  of  microfiche  service records. Identify  the  procedures for using microfiche records. 7-11. What   is   the   officer   microfiche record   intended   to   reflect? 1. Awards    only 2. Fitness    reports    only 3. Personal   data   only 4. Official   history   of   the officer’s   career   in   the Navy 7-12. Which   of   the   following   types   of documents   are   contained   in   the officer’s     official     microfiche record? 1. Ones   that   bear   or   reflect on    character 2. Ones   that   bear   or   reflect on    performance 3. Ones   that   bear   or   reflect on    professional qualifications    and    fitness 4. All  of  the  above 7-13. Which   of   the   following documents   should   be   filed   in   an officer’s     official     microfiche record? 1. Birth    certificates 2. Court    decrees 3. Fitness    reports 4. Marriage    licenses 38

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