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Duty Classification Code Types
TIME-ON-STATION REQUIREMENT Members who have met the time-on-station (TOS) requirements  are  considered  before  all  other  members including those who are volunteers but have not met TOS  requirements. CONSERVATION OF FUNDS Prime  consideration  in  the  rotation  plans  and policies  is  the  conservation  of  PCS  funds.  All  cost factors involved in the execution of PCS orders are considered   by   ACAs   with   a   view   of   minimizing monetary expenditures while maximizing the use of personnel  skills  and  qualifications. Assignments   or   reassignments   involving   PCS moves  are  not  authorized  and  made  solely  due  to passage of time, but are authorized only when required for national security, Department of Defense (DOD) specified tour length, or required by the Navy’s unique sea/shore  rotation  policies. EQUITABLE  DISTRIBUTION Members are equitably distributed to all activities by  experience  and  skill  in  proportion  to  billets authorized.   Manning   of   an   activity   in   excess   of authorized billets is not authorized unless Navywide excesses exist in a specific distributable community. EQUITABLE AND DIVERSIFIED ASSIGNMENTS Members  are  assigned  to  a  variety  of  duty assignments to gain the experience necessary to advance and excel within their rating and to equitably share any hardship duty that exists. TRANSFERS NECESSITATED BY OR RESTRICTED AS A RESULT OF CIVIL INVOLVEMENT  OR  MILITARY DISCIPLINARY ACTION When  a  member  commits,  or  is  accused  of committing, a civil or military offense that calls for the member’s continued presence in the area for civil or military hearings, trials, and soon, the member must not normally be reassigned from the area. In this case, the following  circumstances  constitute  reassignment: Transfer to a new duty station. Expiration  of  TAD  orders  from  a  parent  activity away from the area that would require the member’s return to the parent activity’s locale. (In circumstances involving military offenses only, return to parent activity for disciplinary action may be appropriate.) If member is attached to a mobile activity (ship, squadron, and so on) departure of the activity from the area. CHNAVPERS  strictly  controls  transfers  of  this nature.   Accordingly,   requests   for   disposition instructions in such cases must be sent via the chain of command to CHNAVPERS (PERS 40). Requests on nondesignated SN/FN/AN are addressed to EPMAC with an information copy to CHNAVPERS. Requests must include details of the circumstances surrounding the case and recommended course of action. When a unit’s  departure  is  imminent,  an  unless  otherwise directed (UNODIR) message, including the previous information, should   be   used.   Refer   to   the EN  LTRANSMAN,  chapter  3,  for  additional information. TYPES AND LOCATIONS OF DUTY STATIONS Personnel  are  assigned  to  numerous  locations throughout the world. To counsel members on the types and  locations  of  duty  stations,  you  need  to  become familiar  with  various  chapters  in  the  ENLTRANSMAN such as chapters 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, and 25. Some of the information contained in these chapters is discussed here. Rotation among sea, shore, and overseas activities is  directly  influenced  by  the  number  of  personnel available   for   assignment,   billets   authorized,   the qualifications  of  the  individual,  TOS,  and  PCS  funding. Stability is enhanced by requiring members to obligate service  (OBLISERV)  to  complete  the  tours  prescribed. Using projected authorizations, personnel inventory projections, and historical data, sea/shore tour lengths have been developed for all distributable communities. Overseas tour lengths have been established by the DOD for  all  overseas  areas  where  Navy  personnel  are stationed and generally reflect the desirability of duty in that area. These  tour  lengths,  when  applied  to  the  sea  duty commencement date (SDCD), shore duty commencement date (SHDCD), or date of departure from the continental United States (CONUS), determine an individual’s PRD. The PRD is a planning date and reassignment may occur at other than the PRD due to participation   in   programs   as   described   in   the 2-12

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