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To whom will requests for Navy members to perform duty with the Army, Air Force, or Coast Guard be addressed?
CNO
In regards to Navy members performing duty with other branches of the military, what does the term "administrative commander" mean?
The administrative commander is a Navy activity located in proximity to the location of service that is responsible for the custody and maintenance of the member’s service record, dissemination of Department of the Navy (DON) directives and publications, issuing instructions and appropriate forms for required Navy reports, and providing necessary administrative assistance to the Navy member.
Normal tours of duty with the Army or Air Force last for how long, to a maximum of how long?
24 months...36 months
Normal tours of duty with the Coast Guard last for how long, to a maximum of how long?
18 months...24 months
Who imposes NJP on a member serving with another branch of the military?
The administrative commander or with the geographically nearest Navy commander whose CO is authorized to impose NJP.
True or false: Navy personnel serving with other branches of the military receive evals or fitreps using the evaluation form(s) of the branch of military with which they are serving.
False
True or false: if a Navy member must wear another service's uniform because wearing the Navy uniform would be inappropriate, the Navy member is responsible for the cost of the uniform.
False
Army members normally serve a minimum of ... months and a maximum of ... months when serving with the Navy.
18...36
Army members normally serve a minimum of ... months and a maximum of ... months when serving with the Navy.
24...36
Army enlisted evaluation reports will be prepared by a member who has supervised the Army member for a minimum period of...
30 calendar days
Who may prepare enlisted evaluation reports for Army members?
personnel who have a) supervised the Army member for at least 30 calendar days and b) who are paygrade E-6 or higher AND who are at least one paygrade higher than the Army member.
In which publication are members' allowances for PCS contained?
Joint Federal Travel Regulations
What is the definition of "in proximity"?
PDSs are “in proximity” to each other when they are both in an area ordinarily serviced by the same local transportation system, and servicemembers could reasonably commute daily from home to either PDS,
What is the effective date of a PCS involving release from active service?
The date of release
A member may be separated from the Navy early if a member has less than how many days of obligated service before his/her ship is scheduled to change home ports?
90 days
If a member and dependents travel during PCS using more than two POVs, reimbursement for more than two POVs is unlikely when less than how many people are involved?
Five
What does a member who believes that a valid reason exists for needing more than two POVs for less than five travelers do?
Submit a request via the member’s Commanding Officer to CNO (N13), either prior to or after execution of orders.
When are members entitled to ship a POV?
When members are ordered to make a PCS to, from, or between duty stations outside the 48 contiguous United States and the District of Columbia, or upon official change in home port/PDS location of the unit to which assigned.
True or false: children of member-married-to-member parents may travel under both parents’ PCS orders.
False
Which dependents can be moved to their native country at government expense?
Only dependents who successfully complete overseas screening.
When may a servicemember request a foreign-born spouse and other dependents be relocated at Government expense to the spouse’s native country?
When the member is being assigned to a dependent-restricted overseas location, i.e., one at which there is no accompanied tour.
What is an "acquired dependent"?
An individual who becomes a dependent through birth, marriage, adoption, or other action during the course of a Navy servicemember’s current overseas tour of duty.
True or false: If a servicemember’s spouse is command-sponsored, children born of that marriage during the current tour of duty are command-sponsored at birth.
True
What is required in order for dependents to travel to the overseas PDS at government expense?
Dependent Entry Approval
Whose authority is required to rescind command sponsorship at an overseas duty station?
SECNAV via Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) (N13).
When is command-sponsorship in effect in the case of an adopted dependent child?
On the date of placement in the house, including pre-adoptive placement prior to final adoption.
For how long must a member obligate to serve at an overseas duty station in order to obtain command sponsorship for dependents who returned to CONUS early at government expense?
24 months
Must members must still elect the accompanied-by-dependents tour for dependent travel to the overseas PDS to be at government expense, even when dependent entry approval is not required?
Yes
With some exceptions, shipment of HHG shall not be provided to an overseas area unless the servicemember has at least how many months scheduled to remain on the tour after the scheduled arrival of the HHG?
12 months
How many weeks must a dependent entry approval be temporarily denied in order for a member to be entitled to travel and transportation for dependents to a designated place in CONUS?
20 weeks from the date the member departed CONUS from a designated port of debarkation.
From whom does one request authorization to extend receipt of OHA or COLA when dependents are required to remain in the vicinity of member's former overseas duty station due to circumstances beyond the member's control?
Navy Personnel Command (NAVPERSCOM), Business Operations Program, Budget Execution – Career Management Branch (PERS-324).
Are servicemembers are eligible for the overseas station allowances on behalf of noncommand-sponsored dependents?
Generally speaking, no
True or false: All noncommand-sponsored dependents may not receive military medical service.
False
Can noncommand-sponsored dependents use base facilities such as the commissary or the NEX?
It depends on the Status of Forces Agreements (SOFAs) or applicable bilateral agreements, and policy of the appropriate military commander.
What is the enlisted code for overseas duty?
Sea/Shore Type 6
What is the enlisted code for Overseas Remote Land-Based Sea Duty?
Sea/Shore Code 3
What is the enlisted code for Non-Rotated Sea Duty?
Sea/Shore Code 4
When is an area-of-responsibility-specific brief required?
When traveling to or through an area with a Threat Level of Medium, High, or Critical.
For how long are suitibility determinations valid?
For 1 year from date of initial screening completion.
Members in paygrade(s) ... with family members and pregnant servicemembers in paygrade(s)... shall not be assigned overseas duty (including Hawaii)?
E-3 and below
All family members shall be screened unless a member is in receipt of unaccompanied orders for tour lengths of less than ... months (except where?)
24 months; Diego Garcia and Souda Bay Crete
EFM stands for...
Exceptional Family Member
Whose approval is required to transfer overseas with an EFM?
NAVPERSCOM, Distribution Department (PERS-4); NAVPERSCOM (PERS-662); gaining MTF
True or false: Members involved in open family advocacy cases are disqualified for overseas assignment
True
Are members with a history of unsatisfactory or below standard performance (any marks below 3.0) unsuitable for overseas assignment?
Yes, if within the past 2 years.
Pregnant servicemembers must arrive at an overseas duty station before which week of pregnancy?
29th week.
If a pregnant servicemember is in the 3rd trimester at scheduled date of transfer, how many weeks after the birth will she (and the newborn) be screened for transfer?
6 weeks.
For E-5s and above, how far back are members screened for financial issues in regards to overseas service?
3 years
For E1-E4, at what debt-to-income ratio is a member considered unsuitable for overseas service?
30%
Members with more than how many family members will not normally be assigned to overseas duty?
Three
What forms must be completed in order to process overseas screening?
NAVPERS 1070/602 (Rev. 7/72), Dependency Application/Record of Emergency Data, Parts I and II
Within how many days after receipt of orders must an overseas screening update message be sent?
15 days
Overseas screening should be completed within how many days?
30 days
Under what article of the UCMJ may a member be prosecuted if he/she fails to report any situation that could change his/her or dependents' suitability status?
Article 107
What is the effective date of overseas service for members serving on a ship whose homeport is to be OCONUS?
On the effective date of the overseas location becoming the homeport of the vessel.