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l.   OPNAV   5350/1,   Drug   and   Alcohol Abuse  Statement  of  Understanding m.   DD   2366,   Montgomery   GI   Bill (MGIB)  Act  of  1984 n.   OPNAV 1780/1, Statement   of Understanding-Selected    Reserve    Educational Assistance   Program o .    D D    2 3 8 4 , Selected Reserve Educational  Assistance  Program  (GI  Bill) Notice   of   Basic   Eligibility p .    DD 398-2. Personnel Security Questionnaire  (National  Agency  Checklist),  or q.   DD   1879,   Request   for   Personnel Security  Investigation  (PSI)  (if  PSI  pending) r.   DD   398,   Personnel   Security   Question- naire   (BI/SBI) s.   NAVPERS   1070/877,   Statement   of Service t.   NRPC 1820/6, Notification   of Eligibility  for  Retired  Pay  at  Age  60 u.   NAVCRUIT   Forms,   Officer   Program Statement/Service    Agreement v .    D D    1 9 3 4 ,    G e n e v a    C o n v e n t i o ns Identification  Card  for  Medical  and  Religious Personnel  who  Serve  in  or  Accompany  the Armed  Forces  (may  be  placed  in  envelope  and stapled  to  inside,  left  cover) CONTROL   OF   OFFICER SERVICE   RECORD The   service   record   of   an   active   duty officer is maintained by the Personnel Support Detachment  (PERSUPPDET)  serving  the activity  to  which  the  individual  is  attached. All   actions   concerning   an   officer   service record   are   handled   at   the   PERSUPPDET, (e.g., opening  and/or  closing  a  record, transferring  and  disposition  of  officer  service records,   filing   and   checking   out   an   officer service  record).  When  on  sea  duty,  the  record is  usually  maintained  by  the  captain’s  office. For   Retired   and   Reserve   officers   not participating  in  a  Reserve  program,  their records   are   maintained   by   the   Commanding Officer,   Naval   Reserve   Personnel   Center. Records   of   participating   reservists   are maintained   by   the   appropriate   readiness commander. SUMMARY The  information  in  this  chapter  was intended   to   provide   you   with   a   overview   of the   officer   service   record.   Although   it   has covered   the   most   important   and   most frequently   occurring   documents,   there   are other   documents   you   may   encounter. For additional  information  beyond  the  scope  of this  chapter,  refer  to  the  MILPERSMAN. 12-4

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