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11-15. During    the    command    interview to   determine   HT3   Jack   Frost and    his    dependents    suitability for   overseas   assignment,   HT3 Frost   is   provided   with information     concerning overseas    living    conditions. What    instruction    contains    this information? 1. NAVMILPERSCOMISNT 1720.1 2. NAVMILPERSCOMINST 4650.2 3. OPNAVINST    1300.14 4. OPNAVINST    1466.9 LEARNING  OBJECTIVE:  Recognize  the purpose of the Overseas Suitability and  Unsuitability  Reports,  and identify  OCDR  and  service  record entries required. Identify the consequences  of  sending  personnel overseas who are not properly screened. 11-16. Which   of   the   following   is   NOT an   acceptable   method   for incurring    sufficient    obligated service   to   complete   a   DOD   area tour? 1. Execution    of    NAVPERS 1070/601 2. Execution   of   a   NAVPERS 1070/613    entry 3. Execution    of    NAVPERS 1070/621 4. Execution    of    NAVPERS 1070/622 11-17. What   is   the   proper   disposition of   the   original   Report   of Suitability    for    Overseas Assignment     upon     completion? 1. Give  it  to  the  member 2. Forward  it  to  the applicable    rating    control authority   at   BUPERS 3. File  it  in  the  member’s service     record 4. File   it   in   the   transfer retain    files 11-18. 11-19. 11-20. 11-21. The    transferring    command’s    CO does   not   consider   a   member and/or    dependents    suitable    for overseas    assignment.    The    CO should   send   an   Overseas Unsuitability   Report   to   (a) what   command   (b)   within   what specified   number   of   days   of receipt   of   orders,   if appropriate? 1. (a) BUPERS    only (b)    15 2. (a) BUPERS   or   EPMAC (b)    15 3. (a) BUPERS   or   EPMAC (b)    30 4. (a) BUPERS    only (b)    30 Which   of   the   following statements    describes    the BUPERS/EPMAC    policy    concerning waiver    of    overseas    screening requirements? 1. Waivers     are     always authorized 2. Waivers    are    never authorized 3. Waivers   can   only   be authorized   if   requested   by a   commands’   ISIC 4. Waivers   are   authorized   on a   case-by-case   basis,   as conditions    warrant The  CO  may  decide  upon completion   of   a   member’s overseas   screening   that   a waiver   should   be   submitted even   though   the   member   is   not technically    qualified    for    the assignment. 1. True 2. False What  action  should  the  CO  of  a overseas   command   take   if improperly     screened     personnel are    received? 1. Send   an   Overseas   Screening Deficiency     Report, according    to    ENLTRANSMAN, chapter   4 2. Issue   them   orders   back   to the   previous   duty   station 3. Call   the   last   command   and inquire   about   the personnel’s     screening 68

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