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LEARNING  OBJECTIVE: Identify  the procedures  used  when  handling  officer service  records  in  various situations. 7-41. 7-42. 7-43. 7-44. If   your   command   wants acknowledgement    that    records have  been  received  by  a command,   you   should   include   an additional   copy   of   the   records transmittal   sheet   and   what other   item? 1. Letter 2. Memorandum 3. Money  order  so  they  can  buy postage    stamps 4. Self-addressed     return envelope If  an  officer  reports  to  your command   for   duty,   and   he/she states   that   the   records   were lost   en   route,   you   should request   a   copy   of   essential documents   from   what   location? 1. CHNAVPERS    (PERS    313C1) 2. EPMAC   (Code   31) 3. SENAV 4. The   last   command When   an   officer   transfers   from your   command,    you   should   handle his/her   records   in   which   of   the following    ways? 1. Allow   the   officer   to   hand carry    them 2. Mail   them   to   the   officer’s next    reporting    activity 3. Both  1  and  2  above A   reserve   officer   is   recalled to   active   duty. What    action should   you   take   concerning   this officer’s    records? 1. Transfer   them   to   CHNAVPERS 2. Transfer   them   to   EPMAC 3. Transfer   them   to   NRPC 4. Transfer   them   with   the member   or   forward   to   the activity    processing    the member   to   active   duty 7-45. When   reserve   officers   are assigned   to   active   duty   for training   (ADT)   over   29   days, what   action   is   taken   regarding their    records? 1. Transfer   them   to   CHNAVPERS 2. Transfer   them   to   NRPC 3. Transfer   them   with   the members    only 4. Transfer   them   with   the members   or   forward   to   the activity   designated   on   the ADT   orders 7-46. A   reserve   officer’s   inactive duty   training   orders   have   been terminated, and  the  member  has been   transferred   to   the Individual   Ready   Reserve   (IRR). You   should   forward   the   member’s service   record   to   what   command? 1. CHNAVPERS   (PERS   664) 2. EPMAC   (Code   13) 3. NRPC   (Code   401) 4. SECNAV 7-47. An   officer   is   attached   to   your command  but  is  in  a  prisoner  of war   or   missing   status. You should   forward   the   member’s records   to   what   command? 1. CHNAVPERS   (PERS   663) 2. EPMAC   (Code   31) 3. NRPC   (Code   401) 4. SECNAV 7-48. The   closed   service   record and/or   health   and   treatment record   packet   for   officers separated   from   the   regular   Navy or   Naval   Reserve   should   be forwarded   to   what   command? 1. BUPERS 2. CNO 3. NRPC 4. sECNAV 7-49. An   officer   has   been   discharged from  the  regular  Navy  or  Naval Reserve    for    interservice transfer   to   another   branch   of the  U.S.   Armed    Forces. The member’s   records   should   be   sent to   what   command? 1. CHNAVPERS   (PERS   253C) 2. CNO 3. NRPC  (Code  401) 4. SECNAV 42

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