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Reviewing and Routing Directives
DEPARTMENT OF  THE    NAVY BUPERSNOTE 1300 Bureau    of   Naval   Personnel Pcrs-4OlOD Washington,    DC    20370-5000 21  July   1992 BUPERS NOTICE     1300 3.     Benefits. During   and  upon   completion   of I this  challenging   and  adventurous   assignment, the From: Chief   of   Naval   Personnel Wintering-over     Pany  wii1 be  eligible   for  the To . . All     Ships   and   Stations    (less  Marine following: Corps  field    addressees   not   having    Navy personnel    attached) a.     Double  sea-duty   credit   (for   rotational purposes  only)   for  the  time   actually  sptnt     on   the SubJ: U.S.   ANTARCTIC     PROGRAM, continent  of   Antarctica. OPERATION DEEP   FREEZE WINTERING-OVER PARTY   1993194 b.     Reassignment    options: Relt (a)   NAVPERS    15909D,   Enlisted Transfer     Manual, Chap.   4 (b)   OPNAVINST 1160.6A (c)   SECNAVINST     1650. II? (d)   Manual of   the    Medical    Department - (MANMED), Chap.   15  Art   64 End: (1)   Brief    Sheet  (Detach   and   use  as appropriate, then   destroy) 1.    Purpose. To   solicit   applications   from  regular active duty   naval  personnel   to  participate   in  the Navy’s support of  subject program as members of  the  U.S.   Naval   Support  Force,   Antarctica, Detachment   McMurdo, Wintering-over     Party. Serious  applicants  &y need  apply. 2.     Background. The   U.S.  Navy  is assigned the  task  of  supporting   scientific   programs  in Antarctica    under   the  supervision   of  the  National Sctcncc Foundation. Antarctica,    a  challenging and   arduous    tour   of  duty,   provides  a test  of technological    sophistication   against the  elements of  natute. Personnel  who  meet the  qualifications for  this  unique   duty   and  are  willing   to  accept  an adventurous   assignment arc  encouraged  to  submit their   requests  as provided   in  paragraph  6.    The best  qualified    applicants will  be selected  in December 1992  and  will   be  ordered   for  appro- priate   screening/training,     in  April    1993  (except Damage Controlmen,    will   transfer   in  Febmary 1993)  to  U.S.  Nava!  Suppon Force,  Antarctica, Port  Hueneme,   California,    for  deployment   to Antarctica  in  October   1993.    The  Wintering-over Party  will   remain   in  Antarctica until   October 1994. (1)  If  eligible   for  sea duty,   personnel arc  guaranteed  their   choice  of  duty  assignment to  one  of  three  types  of  ships,  squadrons,  or battalions;   or  one  of  three  homeparts on  coast of  choice.     Personnel  reassigned to  sea duty   will not  be  assigned to  deployed   units  or  units  sched- uled   for  other  than   local  operations  within 3 months  of  their   reporting   date,  unless such assignment is approved   by  the  Bureau  of  Naval Penonnel    (BUPERS)  or  requested  by  the individual. Unanticipated    schedule  changes made  after  the  issuance of  a transfer directive are  not   normally   sufficient justification    for modification    of  orders.     Personnel  with  time remaining   on  their   prescribed  sea tour   (PST) wilt  be  reassigned as follows: (a)   1-6   months:    Transfer   to  shore duty,   unless the  individual    desires   to   remain  on sea duty. (b)   7  or     more  months:    Transfer to  sea duty  with   projected   rotation   date  (PRD) established  at  1 year  after  reporting   on  board or  completion   of  PST,  whichever   is greater. (2)  If  eligible   for  ‘shore duty,   personnel are  guaranteed  one  of  three  Continental    United States (CONUS)   geographic  areas of  their choice. (3)  Personnel  desiring  ovescas    duty will   be  given  priority    consideration   provided   the eligibility    requirements  of  reference   (a)   art   met. Figure 4=8.-Front section of a notice. 4-15

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