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2-32. The  following  are  all  basic criteria  for  determining  humani- tarian  or  hardship  situations EXCEPT  for  which  one? 1. A  severe  hardship  exists not  normally  encountered and  resolved  by  other  members of the naval service 2. The member has made every reasonable  effort  to  alleviate the hardship and it can be reasonably  alleviated  by  leave 3. The  hardship  occurred  or  has been  excessively  aggravated since the member has been serving  on  active  duty 4. There are no other family members  or  relatives  who  are capable  of  providing  necessary assistance 2-33. In the case where a member is awarded  physical  custody  of children because of a divorce, the member may request and could be  approved  humanitarian  reassign- ment. The member, however, must comply  with  which  of  the  following instructions? 1. OPNAVINST  3120.14U 2. OPNAVINST  1740.14A 3. OPNAVINST  1740.4 4. OPNAVINST  1300.14A 2-34. Which of the following is NOT a valid  reason  for  a  humanitarian or  hardship  reassignment? 1. The  death  of  an  applicant’s spouse or child 2. Indebtedness  of  the  member 3. Severe  illness  of  a  dependent 4. The presence of the member is required  for  specific  reasons other than for morale or financial  purposes  alone 17 2-35. The hardship of a member ceases to exist or has been alleviated before a  member  completes  an  assigned period of TD HUMS. The activity where the member is assigned must take  what  action? 1. Return the member to his or her previous duty station, if  appropriate 2. Cancel  the  member’s  temporary duty orders and retain the member on board in a for duty status 3. Submit  an  availability  report 4. Request  instructions  from CHNAVPERS or EPMAC 2-36. Members on TO HUMS are considered for  reassignment  approximately  how long  before  the  scheduled  comple- tion of their temporary assignment? 1. 1  month 2. 2  months 3. 14 calendar days 4. 21 calendar days 2-37. When a member comes to you for  assistance  in  requesting humanitarian  reassignment,  what manual  or  instruction  must  you consult for the most current information  or  guidance? 1. ENLTRANSMAN 2. MILPERSMAN 3. OPNAVINST  1740.4 4. OPNAVINST  3111.14U 2-38. Members on active duty with hard- ships  meeting  criteria  specified in the MILPERSMAN may request separation from the naval service. To what official must the member direct his or her request? 1. His or her commanding officer 2. CO, EPMAC 3. CHNAVPERS 4. The  special  court-martial convening  authority  (SPCMCA) within his or her chain of command

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