l Making sure all requisitioning documents for ID
cards submitted by an ID card issuing activity are
maintained for 5 years
The Commander, Naval Supply System Command
(COMNAVSYSCOM) is responsible for maintaining
records associated with the issuance and accountability
of ID cards requisitioned by ID card issuing activities.
This includes the following:
. Shipping ID cards to requisitioning activities by
. Maintaining records of requisitioning and
shipping documents for a period of 5 years. Such records
must contain sufficient information to allow for a
complete audit trail including receipt information for
Naval Investigative Service inquiries.
l Notifying the Chief of Naval Personnel of failure
to deliver any ID cards. These cards must be identified
by requisition control number and ID card serial
The ID card maybe photocopied when necessary to
facilitate administrative requirements such as admission
to medical facilities, check cashing, or administering
military related benefits to eligible beneficiaries.
The ID card is the property of the United States and
must be carried by the bearer at all times. It is not a pass.
Lending or giving an ID card as collateral for the return
of property or equipment used in, or provided by,
civilian or naval recreation activities is not authorized.
An example of this is signing out a basketball at the base
If required by proper military authority, it must be
surrendered by the bearer under any of the following
. It is replaced.
l The bearer is released from active duty.
. It is required for identification or investigation
l The bearer is in disciplinary confinement.
. There is a change in status affecting eligibility.
When an active duty member does not surrender the
ID card, an entry indicating the circumstances must be
made on page 13 (Administrative Remarks, NAVPERS
1070/613) of the members enlisted service record.
Members that are being separated must surrender
the ID card as soon as the member is identified for
separation. Anew DD 2N (ACT) should be issued for
a 90-day period and overstamped Preseparation.
Renewal of this card must be verified by the members
service record holder. All cards surrendered must be
destroyed by the confiscating authority.
APPLICATION FOR COMMISSION OR
WARRANT RANK, U.S. NAVY OR
Requirements for appointment in the Regular Navy
and Naval Reserve are prescribed by statutes and
regulations. Basic requirements are contained in the
Naval Military Personnel Manual (MILPERSMAN),
NAVPERS 15560C. The Navy Officer Recruiting
( C R U I T M A N - O F F ) , v o l u m e 2,
COMNAVCRUITCOMINST 1131.2A, provides a
matrix that indicates the forms and information required
for the proper completion and submission of an
application package for officer program. In this section
we cover the preparation of the Application for
Commission or Warrant Rank, U.S. Navy or Naval
Reserve, NAVCRUIT 1100/11. Dependent upon the
applicants answer to individual questions, additional
action may be needed. Refer to figure 7-3 as blocks are
Block 1 - NAME: List Mr., Mrs., or Miss as
appropriate and the full name to include the maiden
name in the following order: first, middle or maiden (if
any), last. If no middle name, enter NMN. If the name
consists of (an) initial(s) only, enter the appropriate
initial(s) followed by IO. Include additional
designations such as Jr., Sr., II, when applicable
following the last name.
Block 2 - STATUS: Check civilian, military-active,
or military-inactive. In the appropriate boxes enter the
military paygrade (ENS, LT) and social security
number, including dashes.
Block 3 - a. PRESENT ADDRESS: Provide the
expiration of the current address to include the city,
county, and state where applicant currently resides.
b. MAILING ADDRESS: Provide the
address at which the applicant can be reached at anytime
to which orders or official correspondence should be
mailed to include the street number, city, county, state,
and ZIP Code.