Updating your ompf
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(2) The Board recommends updating photos whenever there are changes to the uniform (e.g.
rank, awards, and service stripes), even if the current photo is less than five years old. (1) Board members rely on the ERB as a tool to quickly gain an accurate snapshot depiction of an NCO’s overall assignment and deployment history, key duty positions held (particularly positions in the next higher rank), awards, physical readiness, and civilian/military schooling.
While recognizing that file preparation to include the photo is largely an individual responsibility, the Board recommends that senior NCO leaders check the photo to ensure correct placement of awards, badges, and insignia, to verify that only authorized awards are worn (unit citations earned by the individual, no green tabs, etc.), and that the Army Service or Class A Uniform is worn, not the Army Dress Blue Uniform. The physical layout of the dual screen computer system used by board members allows a voting member to always have the ERB visible on one screen while reviewing the (OMPF) on the second screen.
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For clarity, duty titles and time spent in position on the NCOER and ERB should match. Those NCOs who showed a pattern of consistent excellent performance as documented by raters and senior raters were recognized as the best qualified.