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Personnelman 3 & 2 - Military manual for government personnel administration
Leave Policy
CHAPTER  14 LEAVE  PROCEDURES There  are  many  occasions  when  we  all  need  time off. On some occasions special liberty is granted. At other  times,  leave  is  granted.  Most  often,  leave  comes in the form of the annual leave earned through the year. Leave is time spent away from the job to take care of personal business, to visit relatives, to get married, to go on fishing trips, or to merely get some much needed rest and  relaxation.  At  other  times,  leave  is  needed  because of family emergencies, such as a death or serious illness of a family member. As  a  PN,  regardless  of  the  type  of  leave  involved, you  are  responsible  for  being  familiar  with  all  the administrative  tasks  associated  with  processing  leave requests.  In  this  chapter,  you  will  learn  about  the different  types  of  leave,  leave  policy,  the  limitation  on earned  leave,  how  leave  is  computed,  and  some personnel  office  leave  procedures. LEAVE DEFINITION Leave, as defined in  Navy  Regulations-  1990, is the authorized absence of a member from a place of duty chargeable  against  such  member  according  to  the Armed Forces Leave Act of 1946, as amended. In the following paragraphs, annual leave, advance leave, excess  leave,  earned  leave,  convalescent  leave, graduation  leave,  emergency  leave,  separation  leave, rest  and  recuperation  leave,  environmental  and  morale leave  are  discussed  and  defined. Annual  leave. Annual  leave  is  leave  granted  in execution   of   a   command’s   leave   program, chargeable to the member’s leave account. Annual leave   is   also   called   ordinary   leave   and   is distinguished from emergency leave and special leave. Advance  leave.  Advance  leave  is  leave  granted  before its actual accrual to the member’s leave account. Advance   leave   is   based   on   a   reasonable expectation that leave will be earned by the member during the remaining period of obligated service of active duty. Excess leave.  Excess leave is leave granted in excess of earned  leave  and  advance  leave  and  when  the member is not entitled to pay and allowances. A minus leave balance at the time of discharge, first extension of an enlistment or separation from active duty, desertion, or death is considered as excess leave.  Excess  leave  is  without  regard  to  the authority under which the leave resulting in a minus leave balance was granted. The pay and allowances received  while  on  excess  leave  are  checked  from  a member’s pay account once the member returns from leave, or excess leave is determined. Earned  Leave.  Earned  leave  is  leave  accrued  to  a member’s credit as of any given date. Earned leave may indicate a minus leave credit, but such amount of minus leave credit must not exceed the amount of leave that would normally be earned during the remaining  period  of  obligated  service  of  active  duty. A  minus  leave  credit  on  date  of  discharge,  on effective date of first extension of an enlistment, or separation  from  active  duty  is  excess  leave  and  is subject to checkage. The account balance of ordinary earned or accrued leave must be reduced to 60 days at the end of the fiscal year. The exception to this account balance is when personnel are authorized special leave accrual up to 90 days for service in an area designated for imminent danger or hostile fire pay or when assigned to designated deployable ships and mobile units as defined in Article 3020140  of  the  Naval  Military  Personnel  Manual (MILPERSMAN),  NAVPERS  15560. Convalescent leave. Convalescent leave is a period of authorized  absence  granted  to  persons  while  under medical care that is part of the care and treatment prescribed   for   a   member’s   recuperation   or convalescence. Convalescent   leave   is   not chargeable to a member’s leave account. Graduation leave. Graduation leave is a period of authorized absence granted as a delay in reporting to the first duty station for graduates of the Naval Academy  who  are  appointed  commissioned  officers in  the  Armed  Forces. Graduation leave is not chargeable to a member’s leave account. Separation  leave. When  consistent  with  military requirements, a member maybe granted leave that expires  on  the  day  of  separation  without  the necessity of the member having to return to the 14-1

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