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Figure 6-2.—Natural and easy movements by a speaker are valuable in attracting the attention of an audience. Unnatural or exaggerated platform behavior creates a major distraction. press  releases  to  ship  or  station,  hometown,  and  local newspapers. Organize a brief social gathering following the ceremony for the member and guests. Provide  transportation  within  the  naval installation to and from the ceremony for the member’s guests,  if  appropriate. Grant special liberty or reenlistment leave as soon as possible following the reenlistment. Personalize  the  occasion  with  other  recognition, as appropriate. If a reenlistment bonus is due, the check should be  presented  at  the  reenlistment  ceremony. Refer to the MILPERSMAN, Article 1040290, for more information on reenlistment ceremonies. PRESEPARATION  CEREMONY  FOR TRANSFER  TO  RETIREMENT  OR FLEET RESERVE If the member so desires, the retirement or transfer to the Fleet Reserve should be preceded by a ceremony designed to express the Navy’s appreciation for the many  years  of  faithful  and  honorable  service  the member  has  devoted  to  the  country.  The  ceremony should include a suitable group of personnel. At that time, the CO may cite awards, commendations, and other career highlights and make remarks in bidding farewell that are appropriate for the circumstances. Photographic  coverage  of  the  ceremony  with  copies  of prints presented to the member maybe provided, if the member so desires. Participation in a formal ceremony is not a mandatory requirement for the member. Each member’s preference must be checked before the scheduled date of retirement or transfer to the Fleet Reserve. The ceremony may be waived on request of a 6-13

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