It is never too early to review your OMPF, however, begin at least 6 months before you are eligible for Selection Board review.
Active Duty USN and USN Drilling Reserve
Active duty USN and USNR drilling Reservist should use OMPF - My Record to view/get copies of their OMPF record.
Non-Drilling and Former Members (after 1995)
Non-drilling Reservists, former members (separated or discharged after 1995), and those without access to BOL, must mail or fax their written request. Ensure you include your name, rank, SSN, address where you would like your request to be mailed, and the request must be signed by YOU.
Due to Privacy Act concerns, we do not honor requests without a signature. NPC does not accept telephone or email requests.
Submit your request to the following:
Navy Personnel Command
5720 Integrity Drive
Millington TN 38055-3120
Veterans (Retired or Separated) (1995 and Prior)
See our helpful link on How to Locate Navy Records (Personnel and Medical).
Requesting Records from NPRC
If the records are located at the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) St. Louis, Missouri, there are several options to request records or proof of service (DD-214). See NPRC’s website on “How to Request Military Service Records or Prove Military Service”
- Use the eVetRecs request system
- Mail or Fax Standard Form SF-180 (The SF 180 from this website is an Adobe .PDF file. To view and print this file, obtain the free Adobe Acrobat reader if you don’t have it)
To reduce time delay, the Veteran or their next of kin (if the veteran is deceased) should use the eVetRecs request system.
Questions related to NRPC website: See NPRC FAQ's.