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LEARNING    OBJECTIVE:    Identify weight  allowances  and  restrictions in connection with PCS orders. 12-43. On  what  does  the  amount  of weight   a   member   is   entitled   to have   shipped   or   stored   depend? 1. The   member’s   total   active obligated    service remaining 2. The   member’s   paygrade   only 3. The   member’s   paygrade   and whether   the   member   has dependents 4. The    member’s    martial status   and   total   active obligated    service remaining 12-44. An   E-6   with   dependents   is entitled   to   ship   what   total amount   of   HHG? 1. 10,000    pounds 2. 11,000    pounds 3. 12,000    pounds 4. 13,000    pounds 12-45. If  a  member  is  being transferred   to   a   location   that has   HHG   weight   restrictions, what   options,   if   any,   does   the member    have? 1. 2. 3. 4. Place   HHG   in   contemporary storage Place  HHG  in  storage  at his/her    relatives’    homes at    government    expense Place   HHG   at   the   permanent duty    stations’    storage facilities    until    return from   the   ultimate   duty station None 12-46. What   is   considered unaccompanied     baggage? 1. 2. 3. 4. Luggage   that   is   carried aboard   an   aircraft   by dependents Baggage   that   is   left   at the   NTS   facility That   portion   of   the   HHG weight   allowance   that   is normally    shipped separately   from   the   major items   of   furniture That   portion   of   the   HHG weight   allowance   that   is to  be  shipped  with  the major   items   of   furniture LEARNING     OBJECTIVE:     Identify the procedures to follow when new personnel are ordered and/or report to a command. 12-47. Which   of   the   following   actions should   you   take   when   you receive    an    assignment directive   for   a   prospective gain? 1. Annotate   the   EDVR 2. File   the   assignment directive   in   a   receipts tickler    file 3. Forward   a   sponsor   letter and   welcome   aboard   package 4. Each   of   the   above 12-48. When   a   member   is   received aboard   and   you   conduct   the service    record    verification, you   are   making   sure   that   what action    is    accomplished? 1. The   member’s   name   is correct   on   all   the   record pages 2. The   member   has   brought   to your   attention   any   noted discrepancies 3. All   misfiled   documents   are destroyed 4. The   service   record   data   is correct   before   the   record is   filed 80

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