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WHAT IS EARNED LEAVE?
leave accrued to a member’s credit as of any
given date.
a. Minus Leave Credit: Earned leave may
indicate a minus leave credit, but such amount
of minus leave credit must not exceed the
amount of leave that would normally be earned
during the remaining period of obligated
active duty (ACDU).
b. Excess Leave: A minus leave credit on
date of discharge, effective date of first
extension of an enlistment, or separation from
ACDU is excess leave and is subject to
checkage.
c. Ordinary Accrual Limit: The account
balance of ordinary earned or accrued leave
must be reduced to 60 days at the end of
the fiscal year (FY), except in the case of
Special Accrual; however, effective
1 October 2008 through 30 September 2013 a
member’s earned or accrued leave must be
reduced to 75 days at the end of the FY.
d. Special Accrual Limit: For personnel
authorized special leave accrual up to 120
days, while assigned to duty under special
circumstances
WHAT IS CHARGEABLE LEAVE?
leave granted in execution of a
command’s leave program and is also called
ordinary leave

(2) Emergency
Leave
Emergency leave is the term used to describe
leave granted for a personal or family
emergency requiring the member’s presence. It
is chargeable to the member’s leave account.
Chargeable
Leave:
(3) Advance
Leave
Advance leave is the term used to describe
leave granted prior to its accrual to the
member’s leave account, based on a reasonable
expectation that it will be earned by the
member during the remaining period of
obligated ACDU.
WHAT IS NON-CHARGEABLE LEAVE?
a period of authorized absence
granted to persons while under medical care
which is part of the care and treatment
prescribed for a member’s recuperation or
convalescence. Convalescent leave is not
chargeable to member’s leave account.
Non
Chargeable
Leave:
(2) Graduation
Leave
Graduation leave is the term used to describe
a period of authorized absence granted as a
delay in reporting to the first duty station
in the case of graduates of the Naval Academy
who are appointed commissioned officers in the
Armed Forces. Graduation leave is not
chargeable to member’s leave account.
(3) Adoption
Leave
Adoption leave is the term used to describe a
period of authorized absence up to 21 days
granted to a servicemember who adopts a child
under a qualifying adoption. Adoption leave
is not chargeable to member’s leave account.
(4) Paternity
Leave
Paternity leave is the term used to describe a
period of authorized absence up to 10 days
granted to a married servicemember whose wife
gives birth to a child. Paternity leave is
not chargeable to member’s leave account.
WHAT IS LEAVE SUBJ TO CHECKAGE?
Excess leave is the term to describe leave
granted in excess of earned leave and advance
leave and during which the member is not
entitled to pay and allowances.
a. A minus leave balance at the time of
 discharge,
 first extension of an enlistment,
 separation from ACDU,
 desertion, or
 death
shall be considered as excess leave without
regard to the authority under which the leave
resulting in a minus leave balance was
granted.
b. The pay and allowances received while
on excess leave shall be checked upon the
member’s return from such leave.