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2-7 OFFICERS TRAVEL TIME PROCEED TIME LEAVE Officer indoctrination school, aviation officer candidate (AOC) school, and officer candidate school (OCS) (Including integrated students) Surface common carrier (bus, rail, etc.)— Divide official distance by 40. Dividend equals hours in travel time (18 hours = 1 day). If any remainder, add 1 more day travel. (Note:  If commercial air and surface common carrier are used, add hours before dividing by 18 hours.) Privately owned conveyance (POC)— 1 day/350 miles and 1 day/each fraction of 350 miles (more than 175 miles). OIS and AOC are not entitled to proceed time to first permanent duty station. Any leave earned in enlisted status will be carried over to commissioned status.  Hence, any leave granted for delay en route will be charged as annual leave. An officer reporting earlier than required will save the leave for a later date.  Present practice is to authorize 10 days delay charged as annual leave. NROTC Regulars and Reserves Air (government or commercial); 1 day anywhere in continental United States. POC:  1 day/350 miles and 1 day/fraction of 350 miles (more than 175 miles). Commercial surface same as for OIS.  NROTC graduates appointed to USNR and not immediately ordered to duty; that is, after acceptance of appointment, return home and remain there for several days/weeks before commencing travel to first duty station; travel time via POC is computed at the rate of 350 miles/day with an additional day allowed for each fraction of 350 miles (more than 175 miles). Not entitled to proceed time Any delay is charged to advanced leave and deducted from leave earned during the coming year.  For USNR officers, leave, pay, and allowances will be computed based on the officer’s reporting date, specified in orders, adjusted for required travel time.  Early reporting does not provide advantage for pay or leave purposes. Table 2-1.—Travel, Proceed, and Leave Time—Continued

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