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Verifying  the  Dependency  Application/Record of  Emergency  Data Interview  the  officer  to  make  certain  the Dependency Application/Record of Emergency Data, NAVPERS 1070/602, is current and any Servicemen’s Group  Life  Insurance  (SGLI)  beneficiary  designations recorded on the Servicemen’s Group Life Insurance Election  and  Certificate,  SGLV-8286,  are  according  to the  officer’s  desires. FORWARDING  DOCUMENTS To   create   a   permanent   record   for   newly commissioned officers, you must forward officer record documents  (as  indicated  in  MILPERSMAN,  Article 5030131  and  as  discussed  earlier).  You  must  securely fasten the documents in a single complete group for each officer. You may send documents for several officers in a  single  mailing  envelope  or  container.  Mark  the mailing   envelope   or   container   “OFFICER APPOINTMENT   -   DO   NOT   OPEN   IN   THE MAILROOM.” Now  that  you  have  read  about  the  procedures  for opening  an  officer  service  record,  you  need  to understand some of the more important aspects of the two  required  records-the  permanent  microfiche  record and the service field record. PERMANENT  MICROFICHE OFFICER  RECORD According to the MILPERSMAN, Article 5010110, the  permanent  microfiche  officer  service  record  is maintained  by  CHNAVPERS.  This  record  is  intended to reflect the official history of the officer’s career in the Navy  and  should  contain  any  document  that  bears  or reflects on the character, performance, professional qualifications,  and  fitness  of  the  officer.  Documents  of a  personal  nature  such  as  birth  certificates,  marriage licenses, and court decrees are not filed in the permanent microfiche  record. The  permanent  microfiche  officer  service  record  is the property of the U.S. Government and not the officer concerned. The officer microfiche record, as in the case of  the  enlisted  microfiche  record,  is  of  particular importance in selection for promotion. It is reviewed when any change in status is contemplated, such as assignment to duty, special details, trial by general court-martial,   and/or   disciplinary   action   by CHNAVPERS.  The  review  of  officer  service  records  is limited  to  personnel  who  are  required  to  review  these 6-3 records  in  the  performance  of  their  official  duties according  to  the  MILPERSMAN,  Article  5010110. Refer  to  the  MILPERSMAN,  Article  5010110,  for additional  information  concerning  the  permanent microfiche   officer   record.   Also   refer   to   the MILPERSMAN,  Article  5010125,  which  discusses  the availability  of  these  records. OFFICER FIELD SERVICE RECORD According  to  the  MILPERSMAN,  Article 5030160,   the   U.S.   Navy   Officer   Service   Record, NAVPERS  1070/66,  is  kept  for  each  current  officer  of the Regular Navy or Naval Reserve. This record is known as the officer field service record and is the officer personnel record that you, the PN, will most likely encounter. It consists of a flat folder bearing the officer’s full name and social security number (SSN). As in the case of enlisted service records, all signatures in officer service records must be in black or blue-black ink. PURPOSE The  officer  field  service  record  serves  a  dual purpose. First, it serves as a record of vital events in an officer’s  career  for  use  in  assignment,  promotion,  and permanent recordkeeping. If the permanent microfiche record  is  lost  or  damaged,  the  field  service  record becomes the first source of replacement documents. Second,  the  officer  field  service  record  assists  the commanding   officer   in   making   daily   personnel decisions. MANAGEMENT Maintenance  and  management  of  the  officer  field service records depend on the location where the records are  maintained  and  the  responsibilities  associated  with maintaining  these  records. Location Normally, the location of an officer’s service record will  depend  on  the  officer’s  assigned  duty  station. The   personnel   support   activity   detachment (PERSUPPDET)  maintains  officer  service  records  for officers  stationed  ashore.  The  ship’s  personnel  and/or administrative  office  maintains  these  records  for officers who are stationed aboard ship. For officers attached to a squadron, the field service records are normally  maintained  in  the  administrative  office

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