Contract: Contract documentation (e.g., initial enlistment, reenlistment, extension, orders to active duty, and other documents that validate periods of active or inactive duty when computing service time). Discharge: Discharge/separation documents (e.g., forms DD-214, DD-215).Reserve: Documents relates to reserve service (e.g., annual retirement credit reports (ARCR) and career retirement credit reports (CRCR), etc.).Miscellaneous: Documents associated with general service information (e.g., service group life insurance election, Montgomery GI Bill, etc.)RS/RO ProfileThe RS/RO Profilefolder is only for Marines who have written fitness reports. A profile is a summary of the fitness writing activity of a reporting senior (RS) or a reviewing officer summaryreport and a fitness report list. The folder is divided into four sub-folders:RS Profile SummaryRS Fitness Report ListRO Comparative Assessment ProfileRO Fitness Report List
Records Request FormIt is preferred that Marines use Marine OnLine (MOL) to access their OMPF, master brief sheet,and for reporting officials to access their RS or RO profile. These items are found under the "My OMPF" tab on MOL.If MOL is not available, Marines can send a request from their official military e-mail account to Manpower Management Support Branch (MMSB) at the below e-mail address. The request mustspecify what is requested and must include full name, last four digits of social security number, and a complete unit or home mailing address. If a ".mil" email account is not available, Marines may request these items using the MMSB Records Request Form sent via FAX or mail to MMSB.• [email protected]Auditing and Correcting Your Official RecordThe OMPF, along with the MBS, serves as the Marine's advocate at Headquarters Marine Corps and is used for promotion, selection, and duty assignment purposes. It is a Marine's responsibilityto ensure their official record is accurate and complete. It is especially important prior to any promotion board for which a Marine may be eligible.Marines should audit their OMPF and MBS at least once a year since inaccurate material in their official record may result in missed opportunities for promotion, assignment, or retention. Marines should correct any errors found to ensure their official record is accurate and complete.Audit and Correction of OMPF Folders The OMPF has five folders that are important to a Marine's military career: photograph, master brief sheet, performance, commendatory/derogatory, and service information. These folders should be checked for accuracy and legibility.Photograph When auditing the photograph folder, ensure the photograph is current. Official photographs are only valid for 12 months. If the photograph will expire before the upcoming promotion or selection board will meet, Marines will need to submit a new official photograph per guidance provided in MARADMIN 0003/09 and MCO P1070.12K.