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2-11 Naval Academy OIS AOCS OCS NROTC graduates (Reserves and Regulars) and officers appointed from civil life Personal Expenses: a predetermined rate per mile or transportation request(s) plus a daily per diem rate May receive reimbursement either from Annapolis or from home to duty station. That is, an academy graduate who lives in San Francisco and who is ordered to New York can go (at own expense) to San Francisco and then at end of leave go to New York at government expense.  This privilege is given only to Annapolis graduates on the occasion of their first orders to duty as ensigns, and then only if so specified in orders. Entitled to travel expenses from place stated in orders to first permanent duty station; that is, an OIS graduate ordered from Newport to New York will be entitled to claim only expenses from Newport to New York—any other travel will be at own expense. NROTC graduates appointed USN officers are entitled to travel expenses from place stated in orders (usually NROTC unit where appointed) to first permanent duty station. NROTC graduates appointed USNR officers and officers appointed from civil life are entitled to travel expenses from place stated in orders (usually home) to first permanent duty station. TRs, government vehicle, and so forth, may be substituted for above without regard to the number of dependents Entitled to travel expenses for travel actually performed not exceeding the distance from Annapolis or home (irrespective of point designated in orders) to first duty station, and dependency must exist on or before effective date of orders. Entitled to travel expenses for travel actually performed not exceeding the distance from home address in orders to place of first permanent duty. Dependency must exist on or before effective date of orders. Entitled to travel expenses for travel actually performed not exceeding distance from place addressed in orders to place of first permanent duty.  Dependency must exist on or before effective date of orders. NOTE:  LACK OF SPACE PREVENTS MORE THAN A LIMITED TREATMENT HERE.  CONSULT JFTR AND YOUR DISBURSING OFFICER IN ALL CASES. If marriage takes place after detachment but before the effective date of orders, entitlement will be from the place where the dependent is acquired (place of marriage) to the new duty station, not to exceed the distance from the old to the new duty station. <%-1>Household Goods<%-3>: Entitled to ship- ment of 10,000 lb household goods. Does not include automobiles, baggage carried free on tickets, liquors, or articles for sale. May elect to ship from Annapolis to home or from annapolis and/or home to first permanent duty station. That is a privilege permitted only to Academy graduates and only upon the occasion of their first orders to a permanent station as ensigns. From last permanent duty station or from home to new duty station. From last permanent duty station or from home to new duty station. Table 2-1.—Travel, Proceed, and Leave Time—Continued

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