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OPNAV INSTRUCTION 1740.4C
U.S. NAVY FAMILY CARE POLICY
Formal documentation of a
servicememberrs Family Care Plan is required under any of the
following conditions:
(1) A servicemember with primary or shared physical
custody of a minor child or children who is not married to the
other natural or adoptive parent of the minor child or children.
Formal documentation of a
servicememberrs Family Care Plan is required under any of the
following conditions:
Both members of a married dual military couple where
one or both have primary or shared physical custody of a minor
child or children.
Formal documentation of a
servicememberrs Family Care Plan is required under any of the
following conditions:
Servicemembers who are legally responsible for an
adult family member who is incapable of providing for themselves
in the absence of the servicemember.
Formal documentation of a
servicememberrs Family Care Plan is required under any of the
following conditions:
Family circumstances or other personal status
changes may result in a servicemember becoming legally and
primarily responsible for the care of another person and
necessitate implementation of a Family Care Plan. Such
circumstances include, but are not limited to:
(4) Family circumstances or other personal status
changes may result in a servicemember becoming legally and
primarily responsible for the care of another person and
necessitate implementation of a Family Care Plan. Such
circumstances include, but are not limited to:
(a) Birth, adoption, or guardianship of a minor
child or children.
(4) Family circumstances or other personal status
changes may result in a servicemember becoming legally and
primarily responsible for the care of another person and
necessitate implementation of a Family Care Plan. Such
circumstances include, but are not limited to:
(b) Loss of a spouse through death, separation or
divorce, or spouse's injury or illness of such a nature that the
spouse is unable to care for minor children or adult family
members/dependents.
(4) Family circumstances or other personal status
changes may result in a servicemember becoming legally and
primarily responsible for the care of another person and
necessitate implementation of a Family Care Plan. Such
circumstances include, but are not limited to:
(c) Enlistment (or commissioning) in any military
service (active duty or reserve component) by a spouse resulting
in a dual military couple with minor children or adult family
members/dependents.
(4) Family circumstances or other personal status
changes may result in a servicemember becoming legally and
primarily responsible for the care of another person and
necessitate implementation of a Family Care Plan. Such
circumstances include, but are not limited to:
(dl Assumption of legal responsibility for the sole
care for an elderly, disabled, or chronically sick family member
who is unable to care for themselves in the absence of the
member.
(4) Family circumstances or other personal status
changes may result in a servicemember becoming legally and
primarily responsible for the care of another person and
necessitate implementation of a Family Care Plan. Such
circumstances include, but are not limited to:
(e) Extended, recurring, or other absence of a
civilian spouse through career/job commitments or personal
reasons which, in the opinion of the Commanding Officer (CO),
may impact on the servicemember's deployability.
(4) Family circumstances or other personal status
changes may result in a servicemember becoming legally and
primarily responsible for the care of another person and
necessitate implementation of a Family Care Plan. Such
circumstances include, but are not limited to:
(f) A family member who has a limited command of the
local language or is unable to drive or otherwise gain access to
basic life-sustaining facilities (i.e., food, and medical care).
For example, servicemembers and their families who are assigned
to an isolated location and/or family members/dependents who
have limited language or communication skills in the country of
residence may require a Family Care Plan.
NAVPERS 1740/6
Department of the Navy
Family Care Plan Certificate
NAVPERS 1740/7
Family Care
Plan Arrangement
a. Servicemembers who meet the criteria as defined in this
instruction shall:
(1) Submit a new or updated Family Care Plan to the CO
or designated representative within 60 days (90 days for ready
reservists) of the following:
(a) Upon change of a previously designated
caregiver.
(b) Upon the birth, adoption, or obtaining of
guardianship of a child or assumption of sole care for an
elderly or disabled family member.
(c) Upon change in personal or family circumstances.
(d) Upon reporting to a new duty station.
(el Upon receipt of this instruction.
(2) Verify the Family Care Plan for currency under the
following conditions:
(a) Annually.
(b) Prior to reenlistment or extension of obligated
service.
(c) Prior to negotiating for orders and then prior
to executing permanent change of station (PCS) orders,
especially to training (advanced, 'A" or 'C" schools, graduate
education, scholarship/commissioning/out-service education
programs, etc.)
(d) Prior to affiliation, enlistment, or
reenlistment in the selected reserve.
Civilian bags (e.g., computer
bags/briefcases, gym bags, backpacks, garment bags, etc.,
this does not include women’s handbags/purses) may be worn
with the working and service uniforms as prescribed in the
manner below:
(a) Computer bag/brief case and
backpacks: may be worn across the left shoulder of service
and working uniforms to facilitate saluting. When wearing
a bag, the strap must be worn across the left shoulder
(fore and aft) with the bag hanging on the same side of the
body. The case or bag will not be worn with the strap and
bag on the opposite sides of the body (diagonally).
Backpacks may also be worn over both shoulders when wearing
the working uniform (e.g., coveralls, utilities, and
camouflage).
Civilian bags (e.g., computer
bags/briefcases, gym bags, backpacks, garment bags, etc.,
this does not include women’s handbags/purses) may be worn
with the working and service uniforms as prescribed in the
manner below:
(b) All bags worn with the uniform
must conceal its contents and be either solid black or navy
blue in color. There shall be no personal ornamentation
attached on or to the bag.
Civilian bags (e.g., computer
bags/briefcases, gym bags, backpacks, garment bags, etc.,
this does not include women’s handbags/purses) may be worn
with the working and service uniforms as prescribed in the
manner below:
(c) While in dress uniform, civilian
bags will be hand carried only.
hair men
Hair above the ears and around the neck shall be tapered
from the lower natural hairline upwards at least 3/4 inch
and outward not greater than 3/4 inch to blend with hairstyle
hair men
Hair shall be no longer than four inches and may
not touch the ears, collar, extend below eyebrows when
headgear is removed, show under front edge of headgear, or
interfere with properly wearing military headgear. The
bulk of the hair shall not exceed approximately two inches.
hair women
Ponytails,
pigtails, widely spaced individual hanging locks, and
braids which protrude from the head, are not authorized.
hair women
When in uniform, the hair may
touch, but not fall below a horizontal line level with the
lower edge of the back of the collar.
hair women
With jumper uniforms,
hair may extend a maximum of 1-1/2 inches below the
top of the jumper collar.
shaving men
No portion of the mustache shall extend below the lip line
of the upper lip. It shall not go beyond a horizontal line
extending across the corners of the mouth and no more than
1/4 inch beyond a vertical line drawn from the corner of
the mouth. The length of an individual mustache hair fully
extended shall not exceed approximately ½ inch.
NAVPERS 15665, U.S. NAVY UNIFORM REGULATIONS
U.S. NAVY UNIFORM REGULATIONS