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You   can  determine     if   a  member   will     be  required     to wear    civilian clothes    and   therefore entited to   civilian clothing allowance     by   reviewing the   transfer directive. You should always check     the special instructions section   of  the   transfer    directive    to  make  sure  you   do  not overlook    any   items   that    must   be  complied    with     or  that require special   attention. When authorization to   wear civilian clothes is authorized on  the   orders,  the   command  that   receives  the member   for   duty    does  not   have   to  request    further that the   member   be  authorized civilian clothes. Refer   to  the   MILPERSMAN, Article 2640260,    and part   3,  chapters   5  and  6  of the   DODFMR,    volume   7, part A,     for additional information concerning civilian clothing military allowances for   officers     and   enlisted personnel. You    have    just     read    about     some   of   the    different allowances that     are   available for   active    duty    service members.    The   information in   this    section   was   just    an overview. In    counseling service    members, you    must always be  prepared to   answer questions concerning these    different entitlements. Most    importantly, you must know where to   find the    official, correct, and up-to-date information concerning them. ENLISTMENT AND     REENLJSTMENT BONUSES There    will be  occasions   when    you   will     be  required to  answer     questions concerning the   qualifications for enlistment or   reenlistment bonuses. Therefore, you must    know    something     about   these   bonuses   and   where to  find    additional information concerning     them.    In   the following paragraphs, you will read about these bonuses. This     information is   intended to   give    you    a background     on  enlistment and   reenlistment bonuses.   It is    not intended to    take the place of    the official instructions, manuals,    and   publications you  will     need  to use  to  provide    the   correct   information to  the   people  you are   advising. Enlistment Bonus An   enlistment     bonus  is  paid  to  an  enlistee   when   that enlistee     meets   specific   conditions. According     to   part    1, chapter 9,   of   the    DODFMR, volume 7,   part     A,   the enlistee    must   meet  the   following requirements: l Enlist for    a  period of  4  years    or   more    for   the purpose   of  qualifying and   serving    in   a  military specialty designated as  critical, as  specified    by   the    Secretary     of the   Navy,    in   case  of  Navy    personnel. The     enlistee must also    be    in any one    of   the following categories: l A   nonprior enlistee. This     term     applies to   a person  who   has  never   served  or  has  served  less than    180 days   on  active    duty    as  a  member    of  the   armed   forces. (A    nonprior service enlistee who     has    received an enlistment bonus   under    the   Selected   Reserve   Incentive Program [SRIP] retains eligibility for    the     regular component    enlistment bonus   provided other    eligibility criteria    are  met.) l     A  prior     service    enlistee. This    term    applies     to  a person   who   has   not   previously received    an   enlistment or  reenlistment bonus   or  who   is  not   currently entitled    to a  reenlistment bonus. l     A  reservist     not   on  active   duty    who   enlists    in   the Regular Navy and    has    not    previously received an enlistment or  reenlistment bonus    or  is  not   currently entitled to   a  reenlistment bonus.    (A  reservist     who   has received   an  enlistment or  reenlistment bonus   under    the SRIP     retains eligibility for    the    regular component enlistment bonus   provided     other    eligibility criteria are met.) Additionaly, the    enlistee: l must     not    be   a  delayed entry program (DEP) reservist currently obligated to    any     other military service, l must be    qualified for     award of    one    of    the designated    military specialties,    and, *   must    meet   such   additional eligibility criteri  .a as may  be  prescribed    by  the   Secretary    of  the   Navy. The   enlistment bonus   is   an   amount     prescribed     by the    Secretary of  the   Navy,     but    cannot     be  more   than $12,000.   This    amount    is  paid   on  completion     of  training and    award of   the    designated military specialty, in periodic installments. The   first     installment cannot exceed    $7,000     and    the    remainder is   paid    in    equal periodic     installments. These   installments may   not   be paid   less  frequently than    once  every   3 months. Prior    service   enlistees    who   require     formal    training of  30  days  or  more  may   be  paid   their    enlistment bonus on   completion of  that     formal training. Prior service enlistees   who   do  not   require    military specialty    training cannot  receive  payment   earlier    than   30 days  after   arrival at  the   first    PDS  following reentry     on  active   duty. Refer  to  part    1, chapter   9,  of  the   DODFMR,    volume 7,    part A,     for more information concerning the’ enlistment bonus. 8-10

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