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OJT– On-the-job  training. OOD–  Officer  of  the  deck. OPEN  MESS–   A  nonappropriated  fund  activity established   to   provide   services   essential   to messing,   billeting,   and   recreation   of   officers, warrant  officers,  noncommissioned  officers,  and their  dependents. OPNAV–  Chief  of  Naval  Operations. ORDERS–   As  used  in  the  transfer  of  personnel, orders   are   the   written   authority   given   to personnel to   execute   an   assignment   by competent  authority. ORDMOD–  Order   modification. ORIGINATOR–   When  it  relates  to  message preparation,  the  originator  of  a  message  is  the authority  (command  or  activity)  in  whose  name a message is sent. The originator is responsible for  the  functions  of  the  message  releaser  and drafter. ORIGINATOR’S CODE–   When   referring   to originator’s code in letters, this means the office symbol  of  the  drafter,  but  it  may  be  the  hull number  of  a  ship. Local  activities  decide  the makeup  of  an  originator’s  code.  You  should  put it  on  all  letters,  either  by  itself  or  as  part  of  a serial number. OSDR–  Overseas  Screening  Deficiency  Report. OSGLI–  Office   of   Servicemen’s Group   Life Insurance. OSVETS–  Other service veterans. OTH– Other  than  honorable. OTM– Officer Transfer Manual. OVERPAYMENT–   An  amount  paid  to  a  member that  is  in  excess  of  that  to  which  he  or  she  is entitled. OVERSEAS SERVICE–  overseas service is defined as  military  duty  performed  while  assigned  to  a military  installation  or  activity  permanently based  outside  the  48  contiguous  United  States and  District  of  Columbia. OYR– One year recall. PACE–  Program  for  Afloat  College  Education. PACFLT– Pacific Fleet. PAO– Public Affairs Officer or Public Affairs Office. PARs–  Personnel   Advancement Requirements. PARs  are  skills  and  abilities  required  for advancement  or  change  in  rating  that  can  best be  demonstrated  by  actual  performance.  PARs are  required  for  advancement  to  paygrades  E-4 through  E-7. PASS– Pay/Personnel Administrative Support System. PAYPERSMAN–  DFAS  Pay/Personnel  Procedures Manual  (Navy).  This  manual  was  replaced  by the Disbursing,   Administration,   and   Personnel Manual  (DAPMAN). PC– Personal  computer. PCDMRS–   Personal   Computer   Diary   Message Reporting  System. PCP– Passenger  control  point. PCS– Permanent  change  of  station. PCSTO–   Permanent  change  of  station  transfer orders. PDS– Permanent duty station. PEBD– Pay entry base date. PEP– Personnel  Exchange  Program. PERFUNCTORY–  Done without care or interest. PERMDU– Permanent duty. PERSONNEL CASUALTY REPORTA personnel casualty  report  is  required  on  members  of  the Navy,   certain   former   members,   certain   Navy AI-15

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