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Leave Policy
Personnelman 3 & 2 - Military manual for government personnel administration
Personnel Office Leave Procedures
pursuant to regulations prescribed by the Chief of Naval Operations  (CNO). Officers authorized to grant leave, establish and regulate   schedules   to   provide   for   maximum   use of   earned   leave   consistent   with   operational   and training workloads, the maintenance of the required degree of operational readiness, and the desires of the individual members. Officers  in  command  should encourage all members to use their entire 30 days leave each year. Maximum  effectiveness  can  be  maintained  by personnel taking vacations and short periods of rest from  duty.  The  lack  of  such  break  from  the  work environment  adversely  affects  health,  and,  therefore, availability and performance. Lack of leave intensifies the separation from home and family that is a normal result  of  military  duties,  training,  and  operational deployment  from  home  station  or  homeport.  Likewise, the  lack  of  leave  also  affects  the  attitudes  of  the member’s  family.  Since  personal  and  family  attitudes influence   the   member’s   career   motivation   and performance, leave is an important performance and morale  booster. In  the  interest  of  the  maximum  use  of  leave, commands should place particular emphasis on granting leave to those members in the following circumstances: l l l o l l l l On permanent change of station (PCS) After  periods  of  particularly  arduous  duty  and long  periods  of  deployment On  reenlistment  and  augmentation  from  active reserve to regular status During the traditional national holiday periods of Thanksgiving  and  Christmas Where  members  or  their  families  have  been personally  affected  by  floods,  hurricanes,  or similar disasters For attendance at spiritual retreats or for other religious  observances  for  which  liberty  is inadequate During  the  preprocessing  period  incident  to release  from  active  duty,  to  the  extent  of  unused leave; and Upon retirement, when requested, to the extent of unused leave 14-3 Additional information on policy about the granting of   leave   is   contained   in   Article   3020060   of   the MILPERSMAN. LIMITATION ON EARNED LEAVE Earlier, you learned that earned leave may exceed 60 days during a fiscal year but is reduced to 60 days as of the first day of the new fiscal year. Leave not to   exceed   90   days   may   be   accumulated   by personnel serving in an area in which special pay for duty  subject  to  imminent  danger  or  hostile  fire  is authorized  and  when  assigned  to  designated  ships  or mobile  units  as  defined  in  Article  3020140  of  the MILPERSMAN. Leave accumulated in excess of 60 days must be taken within 3 fiscal years after the fiscal year in which the service in the area is terminated. Leave accumulated in the excess of these stipulated limitations, and not used,  is  irrevocably  lost  and  may  not  be  compensated for in cash. Additional  information  concerning  the  limitation  of earned leave is contained in Article 3020120 of the MILPERSMAN. COMPUTATION OF LEAVE The primary responsibility for leave accounting rests  with  the  Defense  Finance  and  Accounting  Service (DFAS)  -  Cleveland  Center,  Cleveland,  Ohio.  Leave  is computed  as  follows: 1. Leave is credited at the rate of 2 1/2 days for each full month on active service and at the rates provided in figure 14-1 for fractional parts of a month. 2. Leave is not creditable for any period when the member is in a lost time, excess leave, or other nonpay status. Leave  earnings  are  reduced  for  each noncreditable period using figure 14-1. NUMBER OF DAYS DAYS OF LEAVE 1 - 6 1/2 7 - 1 2 1 13-18 1 1/2 19-24 2 25-31 2 1/2 Figure 14-1.—Leave computation.

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