Updating your ompf
Certain basic information needed to locate military service records, includes: the veteran's complete name as used in service; service number; Social Security Number (if applicable); branch of service; dates of service; date and place of birth.
This change to AR 600-8-104 (Military Personnel Information Management/Records) authorizes the inclusion of the CPL certificate in the OMPF.
Individual preparation can reduce the chance and uncertainty that are often perceived as being inherent in the board process and improve your chances for success.
Think back to the comparative familiarity of decentralized boards procedures for promotion to sergeant (SGT) and staff sergeant (SSG).
Federal law [5 USC 552a(b)] requires that all requests for records and information be submitted in writing.
Each request must be signed (in cursive) and dated (within the last year).