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Chapter 3 First Duty Advice
OVERSEAS TRANSFER INFORMATION The   Overseas   Transfer   Information   Service (OTIS)  is  a  telephone  hotline  that  provides  Navy members  and  their  families  with  a  central  source  of information  on  nearly  all  overseas  duty  stations. OTIS gives advice and information on such topics as climate,  location,  passports,  housing,  educational services,   shipment   of   automobiles,   quarantine requirements  for  pets,  dental  facilities,  and  spouse employment.  The hotline number is defense switched network  (DSN)  227-6621/6634,  commercial  (703) 697-6621/6634/6704,  or  toll  free  1-800-327-8197. OTIS  will  accept  collect  calls  within  CONUS. During  nonworking  hours,  leave  a  message  on  the answering machine; you will receive a return call the next working day.   You can also write to OTIS at the following address: Bureau of Naval Personnel Department of the Navy (Pers-662D) Washington, DC  20370-5000 TRAVEL ADVANCES You are eligible to receive a travel advance up to 10 days before detaching from your permanent duty station.   Travel advances are computed based on the authorized/anticipated mode of transportation and the official distance between duty stations.  If you receive a travel advance and do not follow through with your planned  mode  of  travel,  you  might  have  to  repay amounts  that  were  overadvanced  because  of  your change in travel modes. Below is a summary of the documents you need to apply for advance travel and dislocation allowance: TYPE OF ADVANCE DOCUMENT REQUIRED 1. Your travel a.   Your original PCS orders 2. Your dependents’ travel a.   Your original PCS orders b.  NAVPERS 1070/602 (Record of Emergency Data) 3. Dislocation allowance (DLA) a.   Your original PCS orders b.  DD-1299 (Application for Shipment and/or Storage of Personal Property) Many newly commissioned officers report to their first  permanent  duty  station  early.    As  a  result  they have to pay back advance travel money because they did  not  use  all  of  the  authorized  travel  time.     For instance,  suppose  you  were  allowed  13  days’ leave and 5 days’ travel.   You drew advance travel money before detachment.  After detachment you reported to your new duty station 2 days later.  You would have to pay back 3 days’ travel money. 2-13

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