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COT–  Consecutive   overseas   tour. The   PCS reassignment  of  a  member  from  one  overseas permanent   duty   station   (PDS)   to   another overseas PDS, regardless of whether it is within the   same   country   or   intra-   or   intertheater. Completion  of  the  initial  overseas  tour  is  not essential. (Exception to the PCS requirement is when the member serves an in-place consecutive overseas  tour.) CONSORTIUM–  A  partnership  or  association. CONSUB–  Relates  to  continuous  submarine  pay. CONTIGUOUS–   This  word  is  often  used  when referring  to  the  contiguous  United  States  and the  District  of  Columbia.  The  word  contiguous means in physical contact; touching along all or most  of  one  side,  and  near,  next,  or  adjacent. In  other  words,  the  contiguous  United  States includes all of the continental United States and the   District   of   Columbia   less   the   states   of Hawaii  and  Alaska  are  connected. CONUS–   Continental   United   States. CONUS means the 48 contiguous states and the District of  Columbia. CONVALESCENT  LEAVE–  Convalescent  leave  is  a period of authorized absence granted to persons while under medical care that is part of the care and   treatment   prescribed   for   a   member’s recuperation   or   convalescence.   Convalescent leave   is   not   chargeable   to   a   member’s   leave account. COPA–  Council  on  Postsecondary  Accreditation. CORRESPONDENCE–   As used in the Navy, this term  applies  to  all  written  material,  including publications,  letters,  memoranda,  and  forms. CPO– Chief  petty  officer. CREO–  Career  Reenlistment  Objectives. CROSS-REFERENCE   SHEET–   A  sheet  that  is distributed  with  a  directive,  and  filed  in  the directives  binder,  to  assist  users  in  locating  the directive,  when  the  directive  is  filed  separately. CRP– Command  religious  programs. CURRENT   EAOS–   Section  2  of  the  Enlisted Distribution   and   Verification   Report   (EDVR) lists  members  with  current  EAOS.  These  are members who must extend, reenlist, separate, or transfer  for  separation  during  the  current month. CURRENT  PRD–  Section  2  of  the  EDVR  lists members   with   current   PRD. These   are members with a PRD in the current month who have  not  yet  been  ordered  to  detach. CURRENT  PROSPECTIVE  GAINS–  Section 1 of the EDVR lists members as current prospective gains.   These   are   members   who   are   due   to report  on  board  during  the  current  month. CURRENT PROSPECTIVE LOSSES– Section 2 of the EDVR lists members as current prospective losses. These  are  members  who  are  under orders  to  transfer  from  the  activity  during  the current  month. CURRENTLY   INSURED–   For  Social  Security purposes,  currently  insured  means  that  certain benefits are paid to survivors if a contributor is currently  insured  when  he  or  she  dies.  To  be currently insured, a contributor must have Social Security credits for at least 1 1/2 years for work within   the   3-year   period   before   death.   Using this  format,  a  first-term  servicemember,  who  is 30  years  old  and  who  has  never  worked  under Social  Security  coverage  before  enlisting  would be currently insured when he/she has completed 18  months  of  his/her  enlistment. CV– Multipurpose  aircraft  carrier. DANTES–  Defense  Activity  for  Non-Traditional Education  Support. DATE-TIME GROUP (DTG)– The DTG is assigned on messages for identification and file purposes only.  The  DTG  is  expressed  in  six  digits;  the first  two  digits  being  the  day,  the  second  two digits  being  the  hour  and  the  third  two  digits being  the  minutes.    This  is  followed  by  a  zone suffix,  the  month,  and  the  year.  The  month  is expressed by its first three letters and the year by the last two digits of the year of origin. The zone  suffix  ZULU Time,  is  used  as messages  except (Z),  for- Greenwich   Mean the  universal  time  for  all where   theater   or   area AI-5

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