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GUIDANCE FOR SEPARATION HISTORY AND PHYSICAL EXAMINATION FOR ALL DEPARTMENT OF NAVY ACTIVE/SELECTED RESERVE SERVICE MEMBERS

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FM SECNAV WASHINGTON DC
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MSGID/GENADMIN/SECNAV WASHINGTON DC/-/JAN//
 
SUBJ/GUIDANCE FOR SEPARATION HISTORY AND PHYSICAL EXAMINATION FOR ALL 
DEPARTMENT OF NAVY ACTIVE/SELECTED RESERVE SERVICE MEMBERS//
 
REF/A/DOC/DOD/ DTM 14-006, DIRECTIVE-TYPE MEMORANDUM (DTM) 14-006, SEPARATION 
HISTORY AND PHYSICAL EXAMINATION (SHPE)//
REF/B/ DOC/MANUAL OF THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, CHAPTER 15//
REF/C/DOC/DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY (DON) DISABILITY EVALUATION MANUAL//
REF/D/DOC/MANUAL OF THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, CHAPTER 18//
 
RMKS/1.  All members of the Department of Navy (DON) preparing for release 
from active duty will take a comprehensive Separation History and Physical 
Examination (SHPE) prior to their scheduled date of release.  This also 
applies to Reserve Component (RC) members in an active duty status for 180 
days or more or RC members serving on active duty for a period of more than 
30 days in support of contingency operations.  RC Service members serving on 
active duty for 31-179 days will document their current health status on DD 
Form 2697, Report of Health Assessment, before completing their scheduled 
tour of duty.
 
2.  References (a) through (d), announced guidelines to properly perform, 
monitor and conduct SHPEs.  DON personnel will comply with SHPE 
responsibilities, procedures, and information collection requirements for all 
Sailors and Marines, to include specified categories of RC Service members.  
This ALNAV is intended to clarify and establish Service guidelines and 
reinforce DON and Service member responsibilities regardless of where the 
SHPE is performed.  
 
3.  Commanding Officers and Officers-In-Charge are responsible for confirming 
that an SHPE, other qualifying exam, DD 2967, or waiver was conducted within 
the appropriate timeframe for their Service members.
 
4.  Prior to release from active service, each qualifying Service member will 
receive an SHPE as documented on DD Form 2807-1 and DD Form 2808, Report of 
Medical Examination unless the DD 2967 is specified.
 
5.  All Medical Departments conducting any component of the SHPE will 
document the appointments by utilizing the ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code of 
V70.5_9, if the department has access to the Armed Forces Health Longitudinal 
Technology Application.  Medical departments without access will document the 
SHPE on the specified forms and any other database mandated by the Service.
 
6.  The Services will provide the Assistant Secretary of the Navy, (Manpower 
and Reserve Affairs) (ASN ((M&RA)) with quarterly summaries of the number of 
active/specified reserve personnel who have been released from service and 
compliance with other SHPE information collection requirements as per 
reference (a). 
 
7.  This report will also include a verification that all SHPEs were either 
conducted or validated as current within 30 days of separation and an 
accounting for any waivers granted.
 
8.  Any clarification and/or exceptions to this guidance shall be directed to 
the Office of the ASN (M&RA).
 
9.  Released by Ray Mabus, Secretary of the Navy.//
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