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while processing for separation from the Service, release  from  active  duty,  placement  on  the temporary  disability  retired  list,  or  retirement, when the last PDS is different from the location where  processing  is  accomplished. TED– Terminal eligibility date. TEMAC–  Temporary  active  duty. TEMADD–  Temporary  additional  duty.  This  term is  synonymously  used  with  TAD. TEMADDINS–   Temporary  additional  duty  under instruction. TEMDU– Temporary  duty. TEMDUINS–  Temporary  duty  under  instruction. TICKLER FILE–  A file that is established by most offices   and   one   which   is   used   to   remind administrative  personnel  of  pending  actions  or events. This file should be checked daily if it is to  be  effective. TIR– Time in rate. TU–  Temporary  lodging  allowance.  TLA  is  a  PCS allowance payable incident to initially reporting to an overseas PDS, detaching from an overseas PDS, or under certain other circumstances. It is authorized   to partially reimburse   a servicemember  for  more  than  normal  expenses incident  to  the  use  of  temporary  lodgings outside   CONUS. TLE–  Temporary  lodging  expense.  TLE  is  paid  in CONUS  under  the  JFTR,  volume  1,  chapter  5, part  H.  TLE  is  intended  to  partially  offset  the cost  of  occupying  temporary  lodging  incident  to a  PCS  move. TRAHAB– Training or rehabilitation. TRANSOCEANIC   TRAVEL–   Travel   which,   if performed   by   surface   means   of   commercial transportation   over   a   usually   traveled   route, would  require  the  use  of  oceangoing  vessels. TRAVEL ORDERS— A written instrument issued or approved   by   the   Secretary   of   the   Service concerned, such as the Secretary of the Navy, or such  person(s)  to  whom  authority  has  been delegated  or  redelegate  to  issue  travel  orders, directing   a   member   or   group   of   members   to travel  between  designated  points. TSCO–  Top  Secret  control  officer. TYCOM–  Type  commander. UA–  Unauthorized  absence.  UA  is  any  period  of absence determined to be without authority and not  excused  as  unavoidable.  This  time  must  be made up. UCMJ-  Uniform  Code  of  Military  Justice. UIC– Unit identification code. The activity’s UIC as used  in  Manpower  and  Personnel  Information System   (MAPMIS). UMIDS–  Uniform Microcomputer Disbursing System. UMR— Unit  mailroom. UNACCOMPANIED  BAGGAGE–  Unaccompanied baggage  is  that  portion  of  the  HHG  weight allowance  that  is  normally  shipped  separately from  the  major  items  of  furniture. UNACCOMPANIED MEMBER–  A member whose dependents  have  not  accompanied  the  member or  have  accompanied  the  member  at  personal expense  and  are  not  command  sponsored. UNIT—  A  military  element  whose  structure  is prescribed  by  competent  authority. URL– Unrestricted line. U.S.C.–  On  June  30,  1926,  Congress  enacted  the Code  of  Laws  of  the  United  States  of  America, referred   to   as   the   U.S.   Code   and   cited   as “U.S.C.”  A  new  edition  of  the  U.S.  Code  was published in 1932. Every 6 years a new edition of  the  U.S.  Code  is  published  with  cumulative supplement   volumes   being   issued   during   the intervening years. USER–  When   it   relates   to   messages,   it   is   any individual  authorized  to  draft,  release,  and/or process  electronically  transmitted  messages. AI-20

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