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M21-1, Part III February 25, 2005

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B. DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY--Continued

Address

Code

b.  Separated from active duty before January 31, 1994, with Reserve

obligation–not assigned to a unit36

(Approximately 12 months after Reserve obligation ends,

records are transferred to address code 13.)

c.   Separated on or after January 31, 1994–separated for any reason–

with or without a Reserve obligationRMC

d.  Reservist assigned to Reserve unitUnit of Assignment

e.  Remaining on TDRL status36

f.  Deceased (not on active duty or inactive status)

(1)  Within 12 months36

(2)  Over 12 months13

3.  Reports of investigation of inservice injuries or deaths, court-martial

proceedings not in personnel records (request must show date, type of court-martial

             and type of discharge), severance disabilities and investigation reports232

4.  Retired pay35

5.  Readjustment pay, severance pay, separation pay, allowance and

allotment information  on active duty personnel35 (Other)

6.  SBP17

7.  Entrance and separation x-rays75

8.  Inservice interim x-rays (films are retained 5 years beyond the

year of exposure, then destroyed)*85

9.  Medical Evaluation Board findings and Physical Evaluation Board**See below

findings, periodic physical examinations for TDRL personnel including

severance disability (not pay) information

                               Naval Council of Personnel Boards

                               Washington Navy Yard – Records Section

                               720 Kennon St., SE, Room 309

                               Washington, DC  20374-5023

**There is no current address code for this source.

* Some inservice interim x-rays dated before 2/1/55 are still in existence and may be requested from Address Code 75.

10.  Requests for verification of in-service stressors claimed by veterans seeking55

service connection for post-traumatic stress disorder and verification of service

in Vietnam in connection with claims for disabilities related to exposure to Agent Orange.

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