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1  1/2  years  of  work.  A  person  who  has  credit for  10  years  can  be  sure  that  he  or  she  will  be fully  insured  for  life.    The  amount  of  payment depends  on  the  contributor’s  average  earnings over the period stated by law. FUTURE  EAOS–   Section  2  of  the  EDVR  reflects members  who  have  a  future  EAOS.  These  are members who must extend, reenlist, separate, or transfer   for   separation   within   the   next   10 months.  They  are  listed  by  the  month  in  which their  EAOS  will  expire. FUTURE  PRD–   Section  2  of  the  EDVR  reflects members  who  have  a  future  PRD.  These  are members who are projected losses to the activity within  the  next  10  months.  They  are  listed  by the  month  of  PRD. FUTURE  PROSPECTIVE  GAINS–  Section 1 of the EDVR  reflects  members  who  are  considered future   prospective   gains.   These   are   members who  are  due  to  report  on  board  in  future months.  They  are  listed  by  the  month  in  which they  are  ordered  to  report. FUTURE  PROSPECTIVE  LOSSES–  Section 2 of the EDVR reflects members who are considered future  prospective  losses.  These  are  members who  are  under  orders  to  transfer  from  the activity  within  the  next  10  months.  They  are listed by the month in which they are ordered to detach. GCM–  Good  Conduct  Medal. GED–  General  Education  Development.  Relates  to the  successful  passing  of  the  high  school  level General  Educational  Development  test. GENERAL  RATING–   A  broad  occupational  field encompassing   duties   and   functions   requiring related  aptitudes  and  qualifications.  The  PN  is an example of a general rating. Notice that the paygrade level is not considered when referring to the term rating. GMPO–  Guard  mail  petty  officer. GOVERNMENT   CONVEYANCE–   Any  means  of transportation  owned,  leased,  or  chartered  by the government, including aircraft on loan to or owned  by  an  Aero  Club.  A  government-owned vessel totally leased for commercial operation or a rental vehicle, as referred in paragraph U5320- E  of  the  JFTR,  will  not  be  considered  as  a government   conveyance. GOVERNMENT   PROCURED   TRANSPORTA- TION–  Transportation   procured   directly   from a   commercial   carrier   with   a   government transportation r e q u e s t    ( G T R )    o r    o t h er document  issued  by  an  appropriate  government official. GPW– Geneva Convention Relative to Treatment of Prisoners  of  War  of  12  August  1949. GRADUATION   LEAVE–   Graduation  leave  is  a period of authorized absence granted as a delay in   reporting   to   the   first   duty   station   for graduates  of  the  Naval  Academy  who  are appointed  commissioned  officers  in  the  Armed Forces.  Graduation  leave  is  not  chargeable  to a  member’s  leave  account. GSS– Geographically  separated  site. GTR– Government  transportation  request. GUARD  III–  The  GUARD  III  program  offers  two guaranteed assignments within a 25-year career timeframe   for   active   duty   USN,   USNR-R (TAR),  and  USNR  personnel  in  return  for  a  4-, 5-,  or  6-year  reenlistment. HELP SCREEN–  As relating to computers, special screens that provide the user a ready reference about  a  particular  program.  For  example,  the special help screens available in the Source Data System  (SDS)  on  valid  data  entry  codes. HHG–  Household  goods. HIGH  YEAR  TENURE  (HYT)–  Section  2  of  the EDVR  reflects  members  who  are  approaching HYT who have taken action to request a waiver, or  who  must  take  required  action  to  request  a waiver. HYT  is  to  the  maximum  amount  of years  a  member  is  allowed  to  remain  on  active duty in any one paygrade. HIV–  Human  Immuno  Deficiency  Virus.  Any  of several  retroviruses  that  infect  human  T  cells and  cause  AIDS. AI-10

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