advancement or eligibility for special programs.
Supplemental report trait marks will be entered
on page 9 of the service record with SUP
entered in the reason column.
THE ENLISTED EVALUATION
The following is an excerpt from NAVMIL-
PERSCOMINST 1616.1A. It is intended to help
you properly fill out a rough enlisted performance
BLOCKS 1 THROUGH 26
BLOCK 1NAME (LAST, FIRST, MIDDLE
NAME OR MIDDLE INITIAL). Enter the
the members last name, first name, and middle
name or middle initial. Do not include spaces,
hyphens, or apostrophes in the last name. Place
a comma after the last name. If the member has
an initial only, instead of a first or middle name,
enclose the initial in quotation marks. If the name
contains a suffix, such as Jr., Sr., or III, it follows
the members middle name or middle initial. If
the member has no middle name, indicate that
with the letters NMN.
EXAMPLES: SEAMAN, ABLE B.
DOOR, WALTER T. JR.
DOE, JANE NMN
BLOCK 2RATE/RATING. Enter the
members rate abbreviation. If the rate
abbreviation includes a designator enclosed in
parentheses, such as (SS), (SW), (AW), or (DV),
also enter the designator (enclosed in parentheses).
When you include a designator, enter one space
between the rate abbreviation and the opening
parenthesis of the designator. For personnel
serving in a frocked status, enter their frocked
EXAMPLES: YN1 (SS)
BLOCK 3SSN. Enter the members social
security number. Make sure the member verifies
the social security number when he or she reviews
the report. Incorrect social security numbers on
documents may substantially delay processing.
Consequently, accuracy in this area is particularly
BLOCKS 4 & 5BRANCH/CLASS. Enter
an X in block 4 (USN) or block 5 (USNR), as
appropriate. USNR includes Training and
Administration of Reserve (TAR) personnel and
Reserve personnel on active duty, inactive duty,
temporary active duty, and active duty for
training; canvassers/recruiters; and fleet reservists
recalled to active duty.
BLOCKS 6, 7,
8, & 9STATUS.
Enter an X in one, and only one, of these blocks
as appropriate based on the following:
BLOCK 6-ACTIVE. Includes USN and
USNR personnel serving on extended
active duty, including TAR personnel,
Fleet Reserve personnel recalled to active
duty, and canvassers/recruiters.
BLOCK 7INACTIVE. Includes USNR
personnel serving in a ready or drilling
BLOCK 8TEMAC. Includes USNR
personnel on temporary active duty
BLOCK 9ANNUAL TRAINING.
Includes inactive USNR personnel serving
a period of annual training (AT) with other
than their permanently assigned unit.
BLOCK 10MEMBERS SHIP OR STA-
TION. For REGULAR (block 18) reports.
enter the members permanent duty station. For
CONCURRENT (block 19) reports, enter the unit
at which the duty being evaluated was performed.
Note that for both REGULAR and CON-
CURRENT reports, the place of duty may differ
from the reporting seniors address. Use the short
title of the command. For a ship or an aviation
unit, use the hull number or squadron designator
followed by the name of the ship or the aviation
squadrons short title.
EXAMPLES: FF-1086 USS BREWTON
VP-4 PATRON FOUR