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Joshua Andrade, an administrative specialist with Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point Installation Personnel Administration Center, reviews what is left of the Cherry Point service record books, March 19, 2012.Cherry Point IPAC transferred over 9,000 record books to electronic data that is now accesible on Marine Online, Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point administration has updated its old system for service record books, making them more accessible and convenient for Marines by moving the information to Marine Online at

“Before (the commanders) would have to send a request through IPAC.

IPAC would then have to pull the book, make copies or scan it. “There is a handful of record books that are missing documents so we are working to get those completed and into the system.” IPAC Marines, including Cpl. Andrade, an administrative specialist, reviewed, scanned and uploaded every single document during the transition.

Now with a few clicks of his mouse through MOL he can see everything that is in his Marines records.” Cherry Point administration Marines began the tedious process of transferring over 9,000 service records books into electronic data Oct. “Once the SRBs are scanned, we send them back to the individual administration offices for each unit,” said Andrade.

“They return those records to the Marines for their safekeeping.” Andrade added that if Marines have not received the hard copy of their record books yet they should contact their administration, S-1, officers.

The benefits are more than just ease of access to the commanders said Newell.

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