credits the individual with serving both dates and
facilitates accuracy in total service computations.
The procedures to be followed include making
the appropriate entry of discharge and reenlist-
ment on the Abstract of Service, NAVMED
6150/4, and retaining the form in the health
The service record procedures include the
PAGE 1Prepare the Immediate Reenlist-
ment Contract, NAVPERS 1070/601, in accord-
ance with PAYPERSMAN, par. 90431, and
PAGE 2If page 2 is not up to date, prepare
and distribute a new page 2 in accordance with
PAYPERSMAN, par. 90434, and MILPERS-
MAN 5030240. If page 2 is accurate, certify it and
place it in the new service record.
PAGE 3Remove this paper from the old
service record and place it in the new record.
PAGE 4Prepare a new page 4 and place it
in the new service record, together with the old
originals of page 4. Retain all old duplicate
copies of page 4 in the old service record.
Review and update the last set of page 4
prior to discharge (MILPERSMAN 5030280).
PAGE 5After the disbursing officer
makes the Reenlistment Bonus entries, move page
5 from the old service record into the new
PAGE 6Forward it with the old service
PAGE 7Forward it with the old service
PAGE 9Prepare a new page 9 for the new
service record. Enter the latest set of performance
evaluations on the old page 9, together with the
final trait average computations. Make a certified
copy of the old page 9 and place it in the new
service record on the left side (MILPERSMAN
PAGE 10Forward it with the old service
PAGE 11 Remove duplicates of page 11
from the old service record and place in the
new service record. Forward the originals of
page 11 to NMPC (MILPERSMAN 5030380).
PAGE 13After making discharge entries,
forward all old page 13s with the closed out
service record. Prepare a new page 13 for the new
PAGE 14Prepare and distribute in accord-
ance with MILPERSMAN 5030440.
PAGE 15Prepare and distribute in accord-
ance with the NAVMILPERSCOMINST 1900.1
Remove pertinent forms and documents from
the left side of the old service record and
transfer them to the left side of the new service
record. This applies to all copies of enlisted
performance evaluations (which are placed under
the Career Performance Data Sheet, NAVPERS
1070/6 17, together with the certified copy of the
old page 9); NAVPERS 1414/4, Personnel Ad-
vancement Requirement; and all copies of forms
or documents dealing with a security clearance.
Additional requirements for discharge and
immediate reenlistment include recouping and
destroying the old ID Card and issuing a new one,
recouping and destroying the old Uniformed
Services ID and Privilege Cards, as required for
dependents, and making appropriate diary entries.
TRANSFER AND RECEIPT
People in the Navy will be transferred
periodically from one ship or station to
another, sometimes permanently and other times
temporarily. The degree of efficiency with which
members are transferred and received has a
tremendous influence upon their morale and
attitude toward the Navy. Effective and expedient
processing of personnel in transit is a command
responsibility, and each individual involved
should do the utmost to prevent snarling the
process and giving transients the runaround.
TYPES OF ORDERS
Change of duty orders are orders that detach
a member from one duty station and assign him
or her to another station.
PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION
(PCS) ORDERS involve detachment from one
permanent duty station and assignment to a new
permanent duty station. Periods of temporary
duty may be included in orders that assign you
to a new permanent duty station upon comple-
tion of the temporary duty.