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CHAPTER 11 OVERSEAS TRAVEL AND ORDERS This chapter contains a discussion of overseas Service. As you read this chapter, you will  learn about   command   sponsorship   of   dependents   at overseas   duty   stations,   permanent   change   of station  (PCS)  of  members  traveling  to  overseas locations    accompanied    by    dependents,    and dependents    traveling    overseas    without    the sponsor.  You  will  also  learn  the  purpose   and restriction on use of a no-fee passport, and be able to  explain  terms  associated  with  passport  and visa requirements.  Additionally, you  will  be  able to identify some of the forms used when applying for  passports,  application  procedures,  and  visa requirements. Finally, you will be able to identify the types  of  orders  and  recognize  the  purpose  of the travel certificate separation without orders. OVERSEAS SERVICE As  a  PN  you  will  be  involved  in  processing overseas transfers atone time or another in your career.    You    must    realize    before    hand    the importance  of  properly  screening  all  personnel who  are  under  orders  to  an  overseas  activity. Proper     screening     of     personnel     and     their dependents  before  their  actual  transfer  prevents a subsequent early return because of unsuitability.   Refer   to   figures   11-1   and   11-2, which   show   you   two   different   Sailors   being interviewed   for   overseas   assignment   by   two different   transfer   PNs.   Notice   the   care   they display in explaining to individuals their specific requirements. You should do the same. In  this  section,  a  discussion  on  screening  of personnel    for    actual    overseas    activities    is presented.  Also  discussed  is  the  requirement  for screening personnel for certain activities that are not  considered  overseas  but  do  require  the  use and  completion  of  the  Report  of  Suitability  for Overseas Assignment, NAVPERS 1300/16. Overseas    service    is    defined    as    military duty   performed   while   assigned   to   a   military installation         or   activity   permanently   based outside      the         forty-eight   contiguous   United States.      Hawaii      is    considered    all    overseas area,   but  is  exempt  from  personnel  screening Figure 11-1.—PN2 is shown here explaining information to a young Sailor from the ENLTRANSMAN on his prospective overseas transfer. 11-1

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