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guidance  concerning  availability  reports  needed  to  be submitted on Active Duty for Special Work (ADSW) personnel,  for  members  in  receipt  of  orders,  and members in temporary duty (TEMDU) status under orders with an ultimate (follow-on) duty assignment. CLASSES OF AVAILABILITIES The  following  are  classes  of  availabilities according  to  chapter  20  of  the  ENLTRANSMAN: . Class D - Nominations. Class D availabilities are   for   personnel   who   are   made   available   for reassignment as a result of disqualification from serving in  a  type  of  duty,  activity  draw  down,  inactivation,  or decommissioning. These   availabilities   must   be submitted 4 to 5 months before the individual’s loss month if a command is scheduled for decommissioning or  deactivation  according  to  chapter  14  of  the ENLTRANSMAN,  or  as  directed  by  BUPERS  or EPMAC. . Class F - Accessions. Class F availabilities are for  personnel  who  are  accessions  and  are  not  covered under  the  Computer  Assisted  Assignment  System (COMPASS)   program. These   availabilities   are considered immediate and you should submit them as soon as the individuals arrive at the naval receiving station or recruiting training center. This is, of course, provided you are assigned to one of these locations, and you  are  assigned  this  responsibility. . Class H - Humanitarian Tour Releases. Class H availabilities  are  for  personnel  who  are  competing humanitarian  assignment  (HUMS).  They  must  be submitted  6  weeks  before  HUMS  completion.  For individuals with less than 24 months’ OBLISERV, you must include in the Availability Remarks section the member’s  OBLISERV  intentions. l  Class  J   -   A   School   Graduates.   Class   J availabilities are for personnel who are available for assignment as a result of graduation from a class A school.  Personnel  attending  an  A  school  en  route  to  a duty station already designated in their orders or on board in a temporary additional duty under instruction (TEMADDINS)  status  do  not  need  to  be  made  available for assignment since the next duty station is known. Where  the  length  of  the  school  is  8  weeks  or  less, availabilities  should  be  submitted  during  the  first  week of training. Where the length of school is more than 8 weeks,  availabilities  should  be  submitted  8  weeks before   graduation. Where  the  school  is  under  the Self-Pace   program,   submit   the   availability   as previously mentioned, with the availability date based on the average completion time for the course. .   Class   K   -   C   School   Graduates.   Class   K availabilities are for personnel who are available for assignment as a result of graduation from a class C school. Personnel attending a C school en route to a duty  station  already  designated  in  their  orders,  or  on board in a TEMADDINS status, do not need to be made available for assignment since the next duty station is known. Where the length of the school is 8 weeks or less,  you  should  submit  availabilities  during  the  first week of training. Where the length of the school is more than 8 weeks, you should submit availabilities 8 weeks before graduation. Where the school is under the Self-Pace   program,   submit   the   availability   as previously mentioned, with the availability date based on average completion time for the course. .  Class  L  -  Other  School  Graduates.  Class  L availabilities are for personnel who are available for assignment as a result of graduation from a school other than a class A or C school. Personnel attending these schools en route to a duty station already designated in their orders or on board in a TEMADDINS status do not need to be made available for assignment since the next duty station is known. Where the length of the school   is   8   weeks   or   less,   you   should   submit availabilities  during  the  first  week  of  training.  Where the length of the school is more than 8 weeks, you should submit availabilitiess 8 weeks before graduation. Where  the  school  is  under  the  Self-Pace  program, submit  the  availability  as  previously  mentioned,  with the availability date based on average completion time for the course. . Class N - Nongraduates. Class N availabilities are for personnel who are available for assignment as a result of nongraduation from any school. These reports are considered immediate and should be submitted the same date the member is dropped from a course of instruction,  except  for  circumstances  where reclassification  is  deemed  appropriate.  Also,  these reports  on  personnel  in  this  class  who  are  considered appropriate  candidates  for  reclassification  should  be submitted  on  the  same  day  the  reclassification  is completed and not later than 3 working days from the drop date of the course of instruction. .   Class   R   -  Recruit  Graduates.  Class  R availabilities are for personnel who are available for assignment as a result of completion of recruit training. Availability  reports  for  recruit  graduates  are  submitted through the use of COMPASS. If you are involved with 8-23

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