Navy Forms and NAVMC Forms serve a host of administrative and duty-related purposes from dealing with retired pay and Navy benefits to re-enlisting in the Armed Forces and extending orders.
The Navy forms online library available for download below hosts the most recent editions of all current Navy instructions and publications in PDF format. All forms and procedures for submitting a form can also be found through the U.S. Navy publications library or by searching through the BUPERS or the Navy personnel command website - or NAVPERSCOM.
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United States Department of the Navy
The U.S. Department of the Navy is a federal agency within the Department of Defense run by the SECNAV - or the Secretary of the Navy - under the Secretary of Defense and the President of the United States. The agency is the issuing body for all OPNAV, SECNAV, and NAVSO forms.
The Department of the Navy consists of and overlooks all field activities, bases, and installations under the control of the SECNAV, the Coast Guard, the Marine Corps, the OPNAV and the Office of the Secretary of the Navy as well as all active and reserve components of both the Navy and the Marine Corps. The main address of the Navy Headquarters is located at 1000 Navy Pentagon, Washington, DC 20350-1200
Individuals interested in joining the Navy should contact their local U.S. Navy recruiting office. A full list of Navy and Marine recruiting office locations can be found on the official website of the U.S. Navy. All Army-trained recruiters are informed and committed professionals. The initial interview is a stress-free and informative process. Future enlistees are encouraged to bring a friend, parent or close relative for additional emotional support.
You may use this form to assess the performance of Navy enlisted personnel with the purpose of providing feedback to evaluated individuals and to assist with their improvement.