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NONCOMMAND-SPONSORED DEPEND- ENTS– Dependents residing with the member at a   location   outside CONUS,   where   the accompanied-by-dependents   tour   may   or   may not  be  authorized,  and  who  are  not  entitled  to travel  to  and  from  the  member’s  overseas  duty station  at  government  expense  nor  do  they entitle said member to station allowances at the “with  dependents”  rate.  These  dependents  may either be “acquired dependents” or “individually sponsored  by  the  member”  into  the  command without   endorsement   of   the   appropriate authority. NONPERFORMANCE   OF   DUTY   (CIVIL ARREST)–   Any   period   in   excess   of   24 consecutive   hours   of   nonperformance   of   duty while confined under sentence or while confined before and during trial by civil authority. If the member is convicted under the laws of the state or government concerned, the time lost must be made up. NOTICE–  A directive of a one-time or brief nature that has a self-canceling provision. Notices have the   same   force   and   effect   as   an   instruction. Usually,  it  remains  in  effect  for  less  than  6 months,  but  it  is  not  permitted  to  remain  in effect  for  longer  than  1  year. NROTC–  Naval  Reserve  Officers  Training  Corps. The  NROTC  Navy-option  scholarship  programs educate and train well-qualified young men and women  for  careers  as  commissioned  officers  of the   U.S.   Navy   Unrestricted   Line   (URL)   and Nurse  Corps,  with  initial  appointment  in  the Navy and in the grade of ensign. NRPC– Naval  Reserve  Personnel  Center. NSI– Naval Science Institute. NST– Normal  shore  tour. NTI– U. S. Navy Travel Instructions. NTP 3– Naval Telecommunications Procedures.  The official   publication   that   discusses   message p r e p a r a t i o n    p r o c e d u r e s    a n d    f o r m at requirements.  This  publication  is  on  CD-ROM. OBLISERV– Obligated service. OCCUPATIONAL   FIELDS–   As  used  in  the description of Navy occupations, they reflect the 23  groupings  in  which  ratings  of  similar  or related skills are organized. O C C U P A T I O N A L  S T A N D A R D S (OCCSTDs)– Enlisted OCCSTDs are the Navy’s minimum requirements for   the   enlisted occupational skills established by manpower and personnel  managers.  OCCSTDs  form  the  basis for   implementing   and   supporting   actions   for personnel   training,   advancement,   and distribution.  Training  manual  writers  base  rate training  manuals  on  OCCSTDs,  and  the  exam writers  use  OCCSTDs  to  support  advancement exams. OCR–  Optical  character  recognition. OCS–  Officer  candidate  school. ODCR–  Officer  Distribution  Control  Report.  The Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS) prepares an  ODCR  for  each  naval  activity  with  officer billets  authorized  or  officers  on  board  in  a temporary duty status. OFFICER–  A  commissioned  officer,  commissioned warrant   officer,   and   warrant   officer,   either permanent   or   temporary,   of   the   Uniformed Services.  As  used  in  this  definition,  the  word temporary   includes   temporary   officers   whose permanent status is that of an enlisted person. OFFICER’S   JUNK   JACKET–   A  folder  that  is maintained separately from the officer’s service record  where  you  should  file  old  documents such  as  TAD  and  PCS  orders.  Any  documents that do not belong in the officer’s service record should be filed in the junk jacket. OFFICIAL PASSPORT (NO-FEE)– This passport is issued  to  active  duty  personnel  and  DOD civilian employees proceeding abroad on official duty   under   orders   to   a   country   requiring documentation. OHA–  Overseas  housing  allowance.  The  OHA system provides an allowance to servicemembers assigned  to  overseas  locations  that  defrays  a significant  amount  of  housing  costs. OIC– Officer-in-charge. AI-14

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