SECNAV M-5210.1 (REVISION-1), DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY NAVY RECORDS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM RECORDS MANAGEMENT MANUAL; GENERAL INFO : FOREWORD; PART 3 CHAPTER 5

SSIC 5140
BAND RECORDS
SSIC 5141
MILITARY MUSIC
SSIC 5142
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
How long must you maintain SSIC 5140s?
Destroy when no longer required for reference and at least 5 years old. (N1-NU-89-4)
How long must you maintain SSIC 5141s?
2. Operations and Administration Files. Records relating to routine administration and daily activities. Includes administrative support for program activities. Exclude Primary Program Records filed under SSIC 5140.1
a. Records maintained by the United States Navy Band, Washington, DC and the United States Marine Band.
Retire to WNRC when 2 years old. Destroy when 5 years old. (N1-NU-89-4)
b. Records maintained by other Navy and Marine Corps Bands.
Retire to nearest FRC when 2 years old. Destroy when 5 years old. (N1-NU-89-4)
3. Technical Proficiency Reports of Bands and Musicians. Destroy 1 year after next inspection. (N1-NU-89-4)
How long music you maintain Original Compositions?
Maintain in band library. Destroy when no longer required. (N1-NU-89-4)
How long must you maintain Official Music Records?
Destroy when no longer required for band’s mission. (N1-NU-89-4)
How long must you maintain Music Review Records?
Destroy when 2 years old. (N1-NU-89-4)
How long must you maintain Broadcast quality audio and Video products?
PERMANENT. Transfer to NARA when 20 years old. (N1-NU-89-4)
How long must you maintain Audio and Visual Recording of Special Events and Concerts?
a. Records maintained by Navy Bands.
Retire to nearest FRC when 5 years old. Destroy when 30 years old. (N1-NU-89-4)
b. Records maintained by Marine Corps Bands.
Destroy when no longer required for band’s mission, and upon specific approval of band director. (N1-NU- 89-4)
How long must you maintain Equipment and Supply (SSIC 5142)?
Destroy when 7 years old, or, in the case of instruments, 2 years after disposal of instrument. (N1- NU-89-4)