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Repeat Travel Orders
stations     for   TEMDU, pending  further assignment to   a new    PDS   or  for   return to  the   old   permanent station. Members    on  TEMDU are  not   attached    to  any   PDS. ADDITIONAL DUTY    ORDERS ADDU    orders   are  orders   that    assign   a member   to  a duty that     they     are   to   perform in    addition to   and   in conjunction with their permanent duty.    No   travel is authorized by   ADDU orders    unless    specifically stated in   the   orders. Competent orders for members attached to nuclear-powered, two-crew submarines undergoing training or  rehabilitation (TRAHAB)    away    from    the submarine or   its    home    port     should be   worded “for temporary additional duty TRAHAB.” Verbal or written TEMADD orders   that    have   the   effect  of  making members   on  active   duty    a  part   of  the   work    force  of  any federal activity or   agency    outside the    DOD    may    be issued only when those assignments have been approved by    CHNAVPERS. The    following types     of TEMADD orders do    not require CHNAVPERS for l The   following types    of  ADDU     orders   for   officers can   be  issued     only    by   the    Chief     of  Naval Personnel (CHNAVPERS): approval when issued by    competent authority members   who   are  in   the   following situations: l     Any    ADDU orders    that    result in   an  increase     in basic    pay    or   allowances of   the    officer; for    example, hazardous duty, additional duty in    a   flying status involving operational or   training flights (DIFOPS), or duty    that    entitles    the   officer   to  incentive     pay. l Performing temporary additional duty under instruction (TEMADDINS) l Participating in   athletic     events l Serving as   escorts 9 foreign for    congressmen dignitaries military officers,    and   other l Any    ADDU     orders    that    would     entitle the   officer to  reimbursement for   travel     expenses. l Attending authorized meetings, conferences, and   seminars l Any ADDU orders of a    permanent or semipermanent nature    more  than    6  months   in   duration to   a  command   other   than    the   officer’s parent    command, where    they   perform    paramount duty. l Performing TEMADD required to    meet     the CNO-assigned mission of   the    activity; for    example, liaison between naval research and development laboratories and   other    federal activities such   as  the Federal    Aviation Administration l     Any   ADDU     orders   to  an  officer    assigning     him    or her   to  a command. l Participating in    house    hunting in    conjunction with     PCS  orders l    Any    ADDU orders    for   officers    other    than    those in these categories may     be    issued locally at    the discretion of  the    local    commanding officer. l Appearing     in   federal    court   as  witnesses    on  behalf of  the   Federal    Government as guided    by  the   provisions of the   Judge   Advocate     General    (JAG)    Manual TEMPORAEtY ADDITIONAL DUTY ORDERS TEMADD orders   (fig.   1140)    are  orders   that    assign. a  member   to  TEMDU in   addition to  his   or  her   present duties,    and   that    direct    the   member,   upon   completion     of this    TEMADD, to  resume    regular or  TEMDU. When travel    is   involved,     one journey     away   from   the   member’s duty    station    to  one  or  more  places  and  a  return    journey to  the   duty    station    are  directed   in   the   orders. To the maximum extent possible, military TEMADD travel costs    should be    borne by     those activities whose     business or   functions are    directly concerned. As   a   general rule, funds chargeable for TEMADD travel     expenses   are  paid   by  the   appropriate sponsor. Requests for determination of     the appropriation chargeable in   specific    cases  should    be forwarded    to  the   Comptroller of  the   Navy   via   the   chain of  command. TEMADD orders    automatically expire     when     the member  returns    to  the  duty   station   from  which    he  or  she proceeded on    TEMADD. Personnel on    TEMADD remain    attached   to  the   station    from   which    they   initially proceeded on    TEMADD. They are     subject to    the command of  each   commanding offker to  whom    they may   report     for   TEMADD. Whenever   the   need  arises  for   you  to  type   TEMADD orders  that   require    accounting    data,  you  should   refer   the following publications: l Navy Comptroller Manual, NAVSO P-1000, volume    2,  Accounting Classifications, chapter    1, which contains a    discussion of    the purpose and     use    of accounting classifications 11-19

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