Updating your ompf
It is best to ensure all reports are in your MBS and OMPF.
If you have a question regarding the reports in your record, call MMSB-20 at DSN 278-3952. Promotion Photo It is a requirement to submit a promotion photograph. MARINE CORPS HARRY LEE HALL (MMPR-2) 17 LEJEUNE ROAD QUANTICO, VA 22134-5104 Fax: DSN 278-9884 Commercial: 703-784-9884 Phone: DSN 278-9712/3 Commercial: 703-784-9712/3 REQUESTING YOUR RECORD Marines can order their OMPF (Official Military Personnel File) and or MBS (Master Brief Sheet) by writing or faxing a request to MMSB-10. Marine Corps (MMSB-33) 2008 Elliot Road, Quantico, VA 22134-5030 DSN Telefax: 278-5792 Commercial Telefax: (703) 784-5792 REQUESTING YOUR OMPF Headquarters U. Marine Corps (MMSB-20) 2008 Elliot Road, Quantico, VA 22134-5030 DSN Telefax: 278-5783 Commercial Telefax: (703) 784-5783 NOTE-1 We recommend Marines increase their competitiveness by doing as much PME as possible to include all resident courses at the SNCO Academy.
The old style MBS will have no further entries beyond the closing date of the old Performance Evaluation System.
You will have a new style MBS for all reports received under the present Performance Evaluation System.
Very often, we find it is in the system but not in your OMPF.
System input via unit diary entry and send citation to MMSB for input in your OMPF. You can correct this by unit diary locally; also make sure your grade level reflects appropriately.
As we review records to evaluate performance during counseling, we routinely come across poorly managed records.
Do you still have to go up to Battalion and update this information with the S-1?
Or is this something that can be done online now and have your information forwarded to the S-1 clerk that is associated with your UIC?
Marines in this situation are not entitled to remedial consideration based on the missing material which has been updated subsequent to the adjournment of the selection board (MCO 1400.32C)." It is neither difficult nor time consuming to ensure you have a current and updated record.
The focus of this article is to give you a snapshot of the important elements of your record as they pertain to promotion.
The promotion system provides a process whereby Marines within each grade and Military Occupational Specialty/Occupation Field compete for promotion to the next grade.