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Figure 3-3.—Enlisted Personnel Action Request, NAVPERS 1306/7
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Figure 3-4.—Enlisted Duty Preferences, NAVPERS 1306/63
· Originator’s return address: Make sure the originator’s  return  address  is  properly  filled  in  on  the reverse  side  of  the  NAVPERS  1306/7.  The  majority  of all requests are responded to by returning the original document  with  the  appropriate  blocks  marked  by  the cognizant  authority. · CO’s endorsement typed on the back of the form. · A signed copy of the NAVPERS 1306/7 for your tickler  file  and  the  member’s  service  record.  When your command receives an answer to the member’s request,  you  must  make  sure  you  inform  the  individual promptly.  Pull  the  tickler  file  copy  and  destroy  it. Forward  a  courtesy  copy  to  the  individual’s  department head for his or her information. FORWARDING  OF  REQUESTS All requests should be processed and forwarded to the cognizant assignment control authority (ACA). Requests  by  nondesignated  personnel  must  be  sent directly   to   EPMAC.     Be  aware  of  the  following exceptions to this rule: · Submarine volunteer requests must be submitted directly to the BUPERS (PERS 403B3). · Selective   Conversion   and   Reenlistment (SCORE)   program,   Selective   Training   and Reenlistment  (STAR)  program,  or  Lateral  Conversion program  requests  must  be  submitted  directly  to BUPERS  (PERS  291),  whether  the  command endorsement is favorable or unfavorable. (Ineligible members should be informed, in person, of the reason of their ineligibility, by their division officer or leading petty  officer.) RESUBMISSION OF REQUESTS Although  resubmissions  are  by  no  means discouraged,  consideration  should  be  given  to  the number  of  administrative  offices  between  the  cognizant authority and the originating command. Replies to requests are understandably governed by administrative processing time required at each office in the chain of command. In  view  of  the  large  volume  of correspondence  processed  by  each  of  those  offices,  the possibility  of  a  member’s  request  being  lost  is  an unfortunate  reality. It is always a good idea to communicate with the cognizant ACA to inquire about a member’s request when it is suspected that the request was lost. Do this before resubmitting the request. You can communicate with the ACA by telephone, letter, fax, or message. When a reasonable length of time has passed since the original submission and no reply has been received, the member should resubmit the request. CANCELLATION  OF  REQUESTS Before  receiving  a  final  reply,  a  letter  or  message by your command should be used to cancel any request that has been submitted on a NAVPERS 1306/7 and is no   longer   considered   valid.   This   requirement   is specifically intended to eliminate the possibility of a request for cancellation of a previous request being included in the content of a subsequent NAVPERS 1306/7  that  indicates  new  desires. LIMITATIONS ON USE OF THE ENLISTED  PERSONNEL  ACTION REQUEST Although  the  NAVPERS  1306/7  provides  a standard format for a request, there are limitations on its use. A good PN can recognize these limitations. To begin with, the title of this form is misleading. Although  the  title  Enlisted  Personnel  Action  Request, NAVPERS 1306/7, implies universal application to requests of any nature, in many cases use of the form is incorrect.     As  a  general  guideline,  the  NAVPERS 1306/7 should be used to request any program, school, reassignment, or special duty for which a particular requesting format is not already specified. The bottom line   is—do   not   make   the   mistake   of   using   the NAVPERS 1306/7 in place of a form that has been specifically designated for a particular purpose. USING THE ENLISTED DUTY PREFERENCES FORM VERSUS THE ENLISTED PERSONNEL REQUEST FORM The most common misuse of the NAVPERS 1306/7 is,  for  example,  using  this  form  to  make  an unsubstantiated  request  for  reassignment.  Unless  an individual  has  sufficient  justification  to  warrant reassignment before his or her projected rotation date (PRD),  the  Enlisted  Duty  Preferences,  NAVPERS 1306/63,  should  be  used  instead  of  the  NAVPERS 1306/7 to make sure the member’s desires are properly brought to the attention of the cognizant detailing authority.  Instructor  duty  requests  should  also  be submitted via the NAVPERS 1306/63. A blank sample of this form is shown in figure 3-4. 3-10

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