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2-25. When a member is assigned one of the  limited  duty  classification designators  as  specified  in  the MILPERSMAN, an entry must be made in what page of the enlisted service  record? 1. Page 1 2. Page 5 3. Page 9 4. Page 13 2-26. What command is the central coordinator  for  the  placement of  assignment  of  limited  duty personnel? 1. CHNAVPERS 2. BUMED 3. EPMAC 4. CNO 2-27. Before  recommending  assignment to  the  detailing  control  authority in the assignment of limited duty personnel, EPMAC  takes  into  consid- eration  which  of  the  following factors? 1. Location of the member’s dependents  and  restrictions imposed  by  the  medical  board only 2. The  member’s  past  type  duty and location of his or her dependents  only 3. Qualifications  of  the  member- and location of his or her dependents  only 4. Restrictions  imposed  by  the medical board, location of the  member’s  dependents,  and the  member’s  past  duty  station 2-28. Information  on  the  tracking  of LIMDU individuals,    including nuclear-trained  and  submarine personnel, is contained in which of  the  following  publications? 2-29. When  can  an  individual  request reassignment  for  humanitarian reasons? 1. When  the  member  suffers marital  difficulties  only 2. When  the  member  suffers financial  and  marital difficulties 3. When  the  member  requires  more time than leave can provide to take care of a family hardship 4. When  the  command’s  chaplain feels that the member should be reassigned to take care of marital   difficulties 2-30. If time is a significant factor in a member’s hardship, the need for expeditious  handling  is  evident. An  internal  screening  process  to determine if a request for humanitarian  assignment  helps. What  command  official  should  take the lead in setting up such a process? 1. The  command  master  chief 2. The  commanding  officer 3. The  executive  officer 4. The  personnel  officer 2-31. To what official or command are  active  duty  humanitarian reassignment  requests  sent  for approval? 1. CHNAVPERS (PERS 40HH) 2. CO,  EPMAC 3. CHNAVPERS (PERS 312C) 4. NRPC,  New  Orleans,  Louisiana 1. MILPERSMAN 2. OPNAVINST  1300.14A 3. ENLTRANSMAN 4. NAVMED  P-117 16

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