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Figure 6-1.—US. Navy Officer Service Record, NAVPERS 1070/66. contained in the MILPERSMAN, Articles 5030130 and 5030140. VERIFYING  DOCUMENTS According to the MILPERSMAN, Article 5030120, you must verify that each officer service record created and/or  maintained  by  your  command  contains  all  the required  documents.  Ideally,  you  should  perform  this verification in the presence of the officer. Purging Excess Documentation Remove  and  give  directly  to  the  officer  any documents  and  correspondence  that  relate  to  the officer’s  tour  at  the  present  command  but  have  no permanent   historical   value   in   the   personnel 6-2 administration  of  the  officer’s  career.  Another  option you have is to file them in the officer’s junk jacket. Verifying the Certificate of Personnel Security Investigation Make sure the record contains the Certificate of Personnel   Security   Investigation,   Clearance   and Access,   OPNAV   5520/20. Any   significant discrepancies that affect the accuracy of entries or completeness  of  this  record  must  be  reconciled  before transfer of the officer. Discrepancies noted after the transfer must be resolved with the command at which the   error   occurred. The   new   command   must communicate with the command at which the error occurred and the previous command must provide full details,   recommend   corrective   action, substantiating documents as appropriate. and attach

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