REVIEW 4 QUESTIONS
Q1. What is the purpose of the Evaluation Report and
Q2. What is the numerical grading scale used on the
Evaluation Report and Counseling Record?
Q3. List the evaluation traits that are found on the
Evaluation Report and Counseling Record.
Q4. Once your Evaluation Report is signed, where is
it sent and who gets a copy?
ENLISTED SERVICE RECORD
Learning Objective: When you finish this chapter, you
will be able to
Identify the components of the Enlisted Service
Record, NAVPERS 1070/600, to include the
Occupation/Training and Awards History,
Enlisted Performance Record, and the Enlisted
The Enlisted Service Record, NAVPERS 1070/600,
is the official history of a persons Navy career. The
information contained in the service record starts when
you apply for enlistment and is added to throughout
your naval service. The record is the property of the
Navy. It must be safeguarded against loss and against
access by unauthorized persons. Only those personnel
given the authority by the CO make service record
The Enlisted Service Record is a folder that
contains various forms concerning your enlisted
service. The right-hand side has various forms in a
specific order. (NOTE: Your service record will contain
only the forms that apply to you.) There are 15 different
forms altogether. The order in which these forms are
filed has led to their being referred to as pages. For
example, your enlisted contract is the first, or
bottommost, form. Its referred to as a Page 1.
Other papers required for safe keeping or record
purposes are filed on the left-hand side of the folder. A
separator entitled Career Performance Data, NAVPERS
1070/617, divides the left-hand side. Beneath this
separator, all your performance evaluations,
commendations, and awards correspondence are filed.
If you have a previous enlistment, a certified copy of the
Enlisted Performance Record from the previous
enlistment and copies of any Certificates of Release or
Discharge from Active Duty, DD Form 214s, are also
filed beneath the separator. All other papers are filed
above the separator in chronological order, the latest
date on top.
Only three of the forms from the Enlisted Service
Record are covered in this chapter. They include the
Enlisted Qualifications History, NAVPERS
Dependency Application/Record of Emergency
Data, NAVPERS 1070/602W, and the
Administrative Remarks Form, NAVPERS,
The remaining forms are more or less of an
administrative nature. Some pages require several
sheets during an enlistment; for example, there are
usually several Page 13s.