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who continue in an active duty status during the time  allowed  for  return  travel  home.  For  those members,  and  members  other  than  those  being separated or retired, it is the date a member is required  to  begin  travel  from  the  old  PDS,  the member’s  home  or  place  from  which  called  (or ordered) to active duty, the last temporary duty station,   or   the   designated   place,   whichever applies,   in   order   to   arrive   at   the   new   PDS, home,  or  place  from  which  called  (or  ordered) to  active  duty,  on  the  date  authorized  by  the mode  of  transportation  authorized  and/or  used. Refer  to  Appendix  A  of  JFWR,  volume  1,  for examples  that  show  you  how  to  determine  the effective  date  of  orders. EFMs–   Exceptional  family  members.  EFMs  are described   as   handicapped   or   exceptional dependents   who   require   special   medical   care and/or  special  education. EMERGENCY  LEAVE–  Emergency leave is leave granted  for  a  personal  or  family  emergency requiring   the   member’s   presence.   Emergency leave   is   chargeable   to   the   member’s   leave account. EMERGENCY  RATINGS–  Ratings   encompassing skills  or  qualifications  common  to  the  civilian sector   that   are   not   required   as   ratings   in peacetime  but  are  required  in  time  of  war. EML–  Environmental   and   morale   leave.   EML programs   are established   at   overseas installations  where  adverse  environmental conditions  require  specific  arrangements  for leave   in   more   desirable   places   at   periodic intervals. EML   programs   involve   space- available  travel  privileges. The  leave  taken under   the   EML   program   is   ordinary   leave chargeable  to  the  member’s  account. EMR–  Enlisted  Master  Record. ENLISTED BONUS–  An enlistment bonus is paid to an enlistee when that enlistee meets conditions as  specified  in  part  1,  chapter  9  of  the DODFMR,  volume  7,  Part  A. ENLISTED   PERSONNEL–   Personnel  below  the grade of warrant officer are considered enlisted personnel. ENLISTEE– A person who has voluntarily enlisted for military service. ENLTRANSMAN– Enlisted Transfer Manual ENTITLEMENT–  The legal right to receive items of pay  and/or  allowances. ENTNAC–  Entrance  National  Agency  Check. EOD–  Explosive  ordnance  disposal. Personnel qualified as EOD are assigned Secondary NECs 5332   and   5333.   Additionally   these   personnel carry  the  enlisted  designator  parachute  jumper (PJ)   and/or   DV. Once  qualified,  personnel perform   Explosive Ordnance   Disposal Operations  as  EOD  Technicians. EPADs–  Enlisted   Personnel   Action   Documents. These documents are used by BUPERS to issue PCS   orders,   notification   of   adjustment   of projected  rotation  dates  (PRDs),  and  even acknowledgement of   Fleet   Reserve and retirement  requests. NOTE:  There  is  a  possibility  that  by  the  time  you receive  this  training  manual  these  documents will  no  longer  be  issued. EPMAC–  Enlisted  Personnel  Management  Center, which  is  located  in  New  Orleans,  Louisiana. EREN– Expiration of reserve enlistment. ERRONEOUS   PAYMENT–   A  payment  of  pay and/or  allowances  to  a  member  to  which  he  or she is not entitled. ESO–  Educational   services   officer   or   educational services  office. ESWS– Enlisted  Surface  Warfare  Specialist. EXAMINING   BOARDS–   Examining   boards administer  examinations, furnish  necessary material,   give   complete   instructions   on examination procedures, and forward Navywide examinations   to   other   activities   for   use   by personnel transferred or in a transient or leave status   on   examination   date. The   board   is normally   established   about   2   months   before scheduled  examination  dates  and  consists  of  at least  three  members  (officer  or  civilian)  with AI-8

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