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Figure 5-19.—SDS Record of Unauthorized Absence, NAVPERS 1070/606
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Pay Entry Base Date, Active Duty Service Date, and Expiration of Active Obligated Service Adjustment
service records, you may have come across the OCR form. If assigned to a ship, you may see the OCR forms replaced in the near future by a computer-generated form.  Most  likely  you  will  use  a  computer  system similar  to  the  SDS  used  at  the  PERSUPPDETs  to prepare this form. You  must  be  familiar  with  all versions   of   the   NAVPERS   1070/606—the   OCR version, the SDS version, and the computer-generated version that may be used aboard your ship. On the subject of UA, let’s take a moment to discuss the requirement for making up lost time, computing lost time, determining the pay entry base date (PEBD), active  duty  service  date  (ADSD),  and  expiration  of active obligated service (EAOS) adjustment. Making up Lost Time According to the MILPERSMAN, Article 3640450, under Title 10,  United States Code  (U.S.C.)  Section 972, enlisted members of the Regular Navy and Naval Reserve who are otherwise eligible to separate from active duty, and who have lost time from their current enlistment or other current period of obligated service, are required to make up the lost time day-for-day before they separate. Individuals can have lost time as a result of  UA,  confinement  (CONF),  nonperformance  of  duty (civil arrest), or sickness resulting from misconduct (SKMC), and so forth. The requirement to makeup lost time does not apply to fleet reservists, retired personnel, or members placed on appellate leave awaiting review of court-martial. There are other members who are not required to make up lost time as indicated in MILPERSMAN, Article 3640450. Computing Lost Time Lost time that must be made up is computed on a day-for-day basis. In accounting for periods of absence from duty, count the first day of the absence as a day of absence from duty and the day of return to duty as a day of duty. When one type of lost time ends on the same day that a second type of lost time begins, count that day as the first day of the second type of lost time. If a member, while on UA, is apprehended and convicted by civil authority and is then returned to military control on the day released by civil authority, count the day on which the member was apprehended as a day of nonperformance of duty (civil arrest). If the absentee does not return to military control on the day he or she is released by civil authority, count the entire 5-31 period of absence from duty as UA without interruption by the civil arrest. A  member  whose  absence  from  duty  continues beyond  expiration  of  enlistment  or  other  period  of obligated  service  makes  up  only  the  time  actually  lost from the enlistment or other period of obligated service. The proper method of computing the lost time that must be made good is illustrated by the examples at the end of this paragraph. In each of the eight examples, the  lost  time  is  computed  according  to  the MILPERSMAN, Article 3640450. Use this method to determine and compute time lost by enlisted personnel for cumulative service for retirement and for transfer to the  Fleet  Reserve  (FLTRES),  and  by  officers  and enlisted  personnel  for  determining  entitlement  to  leave. All the following examples are for the same calendar year. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Member’s UA commenced at 0800, on 9 March, and ended at 0800, on 10 March (24 hours). There  is  no  deductible  time,  as  UA  did  not exceed 24 hours. Member’s  UA  commenced  at  0800,  on  28 February (not a leap year), and ended at 0830, on 1 March (24 hours and 30 minutes). UA is equal to 1 day (28 February). Member’s UA commenced at 2345, on 1 June, and ended at 0015, on 3 June (24 hours and 30 minutes). UA is equal to 2 days (1, 2 June). Member  was  sentenced  by  special  court-martial on 1 May to 3 days’ confinement. Member was confined at 1400 that day (1 May) and released at  0900,  3  May,  after  serving  3  days’ confinement as computed under Article 9301 of the  Department   of   the   Navy   Corrections Manual,   SECNAVINST  1640.9.  CONF  is equal to 2 days (1, 2 May). Member  was  admitted  for  treatment  for  disease incurred due to own misconduct on 2 February. Member was discharged from treatment on 19 March. SKMC is equal to 27 days in February and 18 days in March, a total of 45 days. Member was admitted for treatment for injury incurred due to own misconduct on 29 June. Diagnosis for further treatment changed on 16 August to sickness not due to own misconduct. SKMC is equal to 2 days in June, 31 days in July, and 15 days in August; a total of 48 days.

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