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How do I access OMPF Navy?

All active duty and reserve personnel having a BOL account, a Common Access Card (CAC) and a CAC-enabled computer can now view their OMPF record online by selecting the "OMPF - My Record" link under the BOL Application Menu. See NAVADMIN 011/09 for details.

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Considering this, how do I access my OMPF?

All active duty and reserve personnel having a BOL account, a Common Access Card (CAC) and a CAC-enabled computer can now view their OMPF record online by selecting the "OMPF - My Record" link under the BOL Application Menu. See NAVADMIN 011/09 for details.

Also, how do I get my Navy records? To get a copy of military records, a veteran or the next of kin of a deceased veteran can:

  1. Submit a request online.
  2. Mail or fax a Standard Form 180 (SF-180)
  3. Write a letter.
  4. Use other methods to request military records.

People also ask, what is OMPF Navy?

The OMPF consists of digital images of documents by categories, Fitness Reports, Awards, Professional History, Personal Data, Orders, Privileged Information, and Enlisted Record. Read also Enlisted Record Update or Officer Record Update on documents. The BUPERSINST 1070.27 contains document guidelines for the OMPF.

Can you access my Navy portal from home?

The initial release of My Navy Portal will allow sailors to access their Physical Readiness Information Management System data and their official Military Personnel File. Still, sailors can access this from home, but must purchase a common access card reader to login.

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