The Enlisted Qualifications History, NAVPERS
1070/604, is page 4 of the service record. The initial
page 4 is prepared by the classification section at the
Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS). This form
is a permanent part of your enlisted service record and
accompanies you throughout your active-duty or
inactive-duty career. Subsequent page 4s are prepared by
your command after a section becomes filled with
The page 4 has a wealth of information that is of
considerable value to you and the Navy. It includes but
is not limited to the following:
completed, General Education Development
[GED]). See figure 4-6, section 1.
Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) testing qualifications
(This section is to be completed by enlisted
classifiers only.). See figure 4-6, section 2.
correspondence courses (Scholastic Aptitude Test
[SAT], American College Test [ACT] scores).
See figure 4-7, section 3.
Training courses (courses qualifying the member
to operate or maintain specific types of
equipment). See figure 4-7, section 4.
Navy service schools/military training courses.
See figure 4-8, section 5.
advancement. See figure 4-8, section 6.
Navy Enlisted Classifications (NEC) codes. See
figure 4-9, section 7.
Personnel advancement requirements. See figure
4-9, section 8.
Rate advancements. See figure 4-9, section 9.
Designators (special warfare, etc.). See figure 4-9,
Awards (personal military decorations and unit
awards). See figure 4-10, section 11.
Personnel Qualification Standards (PQS). See
figure 4-11, section 12.
When you reenlist, a new NAVPERS
1070/604 is prepared for the Field Service Record.
A copy of all previously completed page 4s will be
maintained in the Field Service Record (right side).
All originals are forwarded to the Bureau of Naval
Personnel for inclusion in your permanent service
Figure 4-6.Enlisted Qualifications History (page 4), NAVPERS 1070/604, Sections 1-2.