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FSA-type     II)    are   authorized. Both   types   are  payable    in addition to  any   other    allowance     or  per   diem   to  which     a member    may   be  entitled. A   member   may   qualify for FSA-type    I   and   FSA-type    II   for   the   same  period.   In such cases,    concurrent payment of    both types is authorized. A  member   may   not,   however,    receive   more than    one  payment     of  FSA-type     II    for   the   same  period, even   though     he  or   she  maybe   qualified for   FSA-R   and FSA-S    or  FSA-T. FSA-TYPE I.- The   purpose     of  FSA-type I  is  to pay   a  member    for   added   housing expenses    caused   by enforced separation from    dependents. FSA-type 1. is payable to   each   member    with dependents who    is   on permanent duty    outside    the   United     States   or  in   Alaska who    meets   all    the   following conditions: Transportation of  dependents    to  the  PDS  or  to  a place    near government that station is    not    authorized at expense. Dependents    do not   live   at  or  near   the   PDS. Adequate government quarters or    housing facilities are  not   available for   assignment     to  the member,   and   inadequate     government housing     facilities are  not   assigned. quarters    or The   FSA-type    I  is  not   payable    under    any   condition to  a member   permanently assigned   to  a  duty    station    in Hawaii or  to   any   duty    station     under    permissive     orders except   as  otherwise     indicated in   the   DODFMR,     volume 7,  part   A. FSA-TYPE II.- The   purpose    of  FSA-type    II    is  to provide compensation for   added    expenses   ‘a member has   incurred because   of  an   enforced   family separation under 0 one   of  the   following conditions: Transportation of    the dependents is     not authorized at    government expense, and    the dependents     do  not   live    at   or  near   the   member’s PDS   or  home   port   (FSA-R). The  member  is  on  duty   aboard  a ship  that   is  away from   its   home   port    continuously for   more   than 30  days   (FSA-S). The    member is   on   temperory duty (TDY) or temperory additional duty    (TAD)    away   from   the permanent     station    continuously for  more  than    30 days,  and  the   dependents   do not  reside   at  or  near the    TAD/TDY station (FSA-T). This     includes members    who    are   required to   perform     a  period of  TDY   before   reporting to  their    initial station    of assignment. The   FSA-type II   is  payable     to  qualified members serving inside     or  outside     the   United States.    It   is   not authorized     when   a member   performs   duty   at  any  station under    permissive orders    except   as  otherwise indicated in   the   DODFMR, volume    7,  part   A. Refer  to  part   3,  chapter    3,  of  the   DODFMR,    volume 7, part   A,  and  the   MILPERSMAN, Article 2620350,   for additional information concerning FSA. Basic    Allowance for    Subsistence In   general,   when   rations    in  kind   are  not  provided   by the    government, enlisted members    entitled to   receive basic  pay  are  entitled    to  BAS.  BAS  maybe  paid   at  three different rates   as  follows: 1.  The   “mess  separately”     (RATSSEP)     rate,    which is  paid   when    an  enlisted    member   requests    and  receives authorization to   subsist    separately from    an   otherwise available government mess. 2.  The   full    rate,   which     is  paid   when    a  government mess     is    not available or    an     otherwise available government     mess  cannot   be  used  by  the   member   due  to impracticality. 3.   The     emergency rate, which is    paid     when a member is     performing duty under emergency conditions where    no  government messing    facilities are available. In     addition, supplemental and    prorated subsistence     allowances are   payable    for    specific    meals not   available from   a  government mess. Refer   to  part   3,  chapter    1 of  the   DODFMR,     volume 7,  part    A  and   the   MILPERSMAN, Article 2640100,   for additional information concerning BAS. Civilian Clothing Monetary Allowance for Officer and   Enlisted Personnel There     are   occasions    when     enlisted members     are transferred to   locations where civilian clothes are authorized or  required in   the   performance of  official duties.     Naval     military personnel who    are   required to wear    civilian clothing in    the    performance of  official duties    are  eligible    to  receive   an  allowance    to  defray   the cost   of  this     clothing. The    Chief     of  Naval Personnel (CHNAVPERS) (PERS 20)    is    the     final approving authority for   this    allowance.     To  request    approval     from CHNAVPERS, area commanders who require personnel under their jurisdiction to   wear civilian clothing in    the    performance of   official duties must submit     detailed     information or  justification to   support this    authorization. 8-9

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