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2-56. What  official  determines  a  member’s suitability  for  overseas  service? 1. The  transferring  command’s overseas  screening  coordinator 2. The  medical  officer  in  charge of doing the overseas medical screening 3. The  transferring  command’s commanding  officer 4. CHNAVPERS 2-57. The  determination  of  suitability or  unsuitability  screening  for overseas  service  of  members  and dependents must be sent to what official  or  command? 1. CHNAVPERS (PERS 40 and PERS 462) only 2. EPMAC only 3. NRPC,  New  Orleans,  Louisiana 4. CHNAVPERS (PERS 40 and PERS  462)  for  designated personnel and EPMAC for nondesignated SN, AN, or FN 2-58. Which of the following actions must be  accomplished  during  the  overseas suitability  screening  process? 1. Reviewing  the  members’  service record 2. DAPA  and  urinalysis  screening 3. Physical  readiness  status 4. Each of the above 2-59. After receipt of the transfer directive,   the screening of a member and his or her dependents for  overseas  assignment  should  be completed  within  a  maximum  of  how many  days? 1. 10 2. 15 3. 30 4. 45 2-60. On what page of the service record should the entry concerning the suitability  for  overseas  screening be  made? 1. Page 13 2. Page 9 3. Page  5 4. Page  4 2-61. FN Doe attached to your command was found to be unsuitable for overseas assignment due to drug abuse. Your command  should  send  the  unsuitabil- ity message to (a) what command and (b) within a maximum of what number of days? 1. (a) CHNAVPERS; (b) 15 days 2. (a) CHNAVPERS; (b) 30 days 3. (a) EPMAC; (b) 15 days 4. (a) EPMAC; (b) 30 days 2-62. Which  of  the  following  individuals are the best source of knowledge and  judgment  on  the  qualifications and potential of members being transferred   overseas? 1. Command  master  chiefs 2. Commanding  officers 3. Executive  officers 4. Administrative  officers 2-63. What must be done if an overseas activity  receives  an  improperly screened  member  or  dependent? 1. Send an Overseas Service Deficiency Report to the member’s  previous  duty  stations and find out why the member or dependent  was  improperly screened 2. Call and report the situation to CHNAVPERS 3. Call and report the situation to EPMAC 4. Send  an  Overseas  Screening Deficiency  Report  by  message or letter to CHNAVPERS (PERS 40 and PERS 462). Include EPMAC as an action addee if a nondesignated SN, AN, or FN is involved 21

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