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sufficient  experience  to  perform  duties  of  the board   in   an   optimum   manner.   The   senior member must be a lieutenant or higher, with the exception  of  officers  in  charge  of  Personnel Support   Detachments   (PERSUPPDETS),   who are authorized to assume positional authority as senior   member   of   consolidated   examining boards. EXCESS  LEAVE–  Excess leave is leave granted in excess  of  earned  leave  and  advance  leave  and when  the  member  is  not  entitled  to  pay  and allowances.  A  minus  leave  balance  at  the  time of discharge, first extension of an enlistment or separation from active duty, desertion, or death is  considered  as  excess  leave. EXIGENCIES OF THE SERVICE– Urgent  demands of the military service. EXPIRATION OF TERM OF SERVICE–  The end of  a  required  or  contracted  period  of  service. EXPIRED  AND  BLANK  PRD–   Section  2  of  the EDVR   lists   members   who   have   an   expired and/or  a  blank  PRD.  These  are  members  with a  PRD  prior  to  the  current  month,  or  a  blank PRD, who have not yet been ordered to detach. EXPIRED   EAOS–   Section  2  of  the  EDVR  lists members  who  have  an  expired  EAOS.  These are members who should have already extended, reenlisted, separated, or   transferred   for separation. They  are  listed  by  the  month  in which  their  EAOS  expired. EXPIRED PROSPECTIVE GAINS– Section 1 of the EDVR  reflects  members  who  are  considered expired  prospective  gains.  These  are  members who  should  have  already  reported  on  board  a command. They  are  listed  by  the  month  in which  they  should  have  reported. EXPIRED  PROSPECTIVE  LOSSES–  Section 2 of the EDVR reflects members who are considered expired  prospective  losses.  These  are  members who  should  have  already  detached  from  an activity.  They  are  listed  by  the  month  in  which they  should  have  detached. EXTENSION   OF   ENLISTMENT–   Contracted agreement  that  extends  an  enlisted  member’s current  enlistment  for  a  stated  period  beyond normal  expiration  of  that  enlistment. FACSIMILE STAMPS–  A commanding officer may authorize others to use stamps that duplicate   his   or   her   signature   where   the personal   signing   of   correspondence   causes hardship   or   is   impractical. If    you    are authorized to use a facsimile stamp of someone else’s  signature,  pen  your  initials  (provided you   are   authorized   to   do   so)   next   to   each signature  you  stamp  to  authenticate  the facsimile. Safeguard   such   stamps   from unauthorized  use. FEE   PASSPORT-   A  fee  passport  is  a  passport issued to U.S. citizens who are traveling abroad for  personal  or  unofficial  reasons.  Also  known as  a  tourist  passport,  it  is  issued  to  personnel traveling in a leave status or tourist status and for  dependents  who  wish  to  reside  abroad  at their own expense.   These  passports  are  issued on a full-fee basis. FHP– Field  host  processor. FLTRES–  Fleet  Reserve.  A  form  of  retirement where  a  naval  member  who  has  completed  20 years but less than 30 years of active service is released  from  active  duty. FMS–  Final  Multiple  Score.  A  FMS  is  computed for   each   candidate   taking   the   Navywide advancement    examination. A   FMS   can   be determined   only   after   a   candidate’s   standard score  is  known.  A  candidate’s  standard  score  is reflected   on the    Examination Profile Information. FORMAN–  Force  management. FPOV– Foreign-made  privately  owned  vehicle. FSA–  Family   separation   allowance.   The   FSA   is payable only to members with dependents. Two types  of  FSA  are  authorized–Type  I  and  Type II.  Both  types  are  payable  in  addition  to  any other allowance or per diem to which a member may be entitled. FULLY  INSURED—  For Social Security purposes, fully  insured  means  that  no  one  individual  can be  fully  insured  who  has  credit  for  less  than AI-9

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