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the     &year obligation, you     should refer to    articles 1040150, 1040400, 1880100, 1880140 through 1880220,3640457, and   3640470   of  the   Naval Military Personnel Manual (MILPERSMAN), NAVPERS 15560. NAVAL RESERVE AFFILIATION OF DISCHARGED PERSONNEL , Many well-trained and    experienced petty     officers who   are  not   required     under    Title     10 U.S.C.   section   651 to   affiliate with the   Naval Reserve    on  discharge are presently    being   lost  to  the  Naval    Reserve  because  of lack of knowledge   of programs   available    to  them.  As  a PN,  you should   inform    eligible    personnel   who   are  being   discharged and  who   do  not   enlist    or  reenlist    in   the   Regular    Navy   at the   time   of  their     separation of  the   opportunities in   the Naval   Reserve.  Explain     to  them  the   advantages   of  reserve participation, and   the   retirement benefits    available. You  also  should   furnish     them  with    the   address  listed in  the  Standard    Navy   Distribution List    (SNDL),    OPNAV P09B2-105(90), of  a  Naval     and   Marine Corps   Reserve Center, Naval Reserve Center, Naval Reserve     Air Station,    or  Naval    Air    Reserve   Unit    nearest    their    home. Additionally, you   should    advise   them   of  the   provisions regarding possible    advancement in   the   Naval     Reserve of  enlisted     personnel     on  inactive duty    who   have   passed the    Navywide advancement examination while on active duty. Furthermore, you    should furnish each individual leaving     active   duty   with     a copy  of  the   Naval Reserve   Indoctrination Guide     which can   be  obtained through the   appropriate Naval     Reserve   Indoctrination Officer. WEARING OF   THE UNIFORM AFTER DISCHARGE As   a  PN   conducting pre-separation counseling,    you should   inform    individuals who  are  entitled    to  retain    their uniforms after     discharge that     they    may    wear    them. However,     the   uniform must   be  worn    from   the   place   of discharge    to  their    home  within 3 months    after   the   date of  discharge.    The   3-month     period    relates    to  the   period between the    date    of   discharge and    the    date    of   the person’s arriving home.   Uniforms cannot   be  worn    after arrival home,   even   though     the   3-month    period    has   not expired. Any further wearing of   the    uniform after separation should be   accomplished according to   the United     States   Navy Uniform Regulations, NAVPERS 15665,  and   article    3610320   of the-MILPERSMW. Some   individuals may    wear    their uniform after separation,    others   may   not.   An   enlisted    member   who   is separated for     any of    the     following reasons must surrender    the  outer  garments and distinctive parts   of the uniform that     are   in   his/her possession     at   the   time    of discharge: 2. 3 . 4. 5. 6 . 7. 8. 9. Unsatisfactory performance Homosexuality Drug   abuse  rehabilitation failure Alcohol    abuse   rehabilitation failure Misconduct Misconduct-drug abuse Security    with    an  honorable    or  general    discharge Discharged     for   any   reason   with     a  dishonorable, bad   conduct,     or  a  discharge under     other    than honorable conditions When  the   items   of  clothing    authorized     to  be  retained    by the   dischargee   are   insufficient to   provide    the   discharge with     one  outfit     of  civilian clothing suitable     for  wearing home,     necessary items of   civilian clothing may    be issued at   no   cost   to   the    discharge to   augment the retained clothing. For   further information, refer   to  article    3610320   of the    MILPERSMAN. DEPENDENTS’ TRAVEL AND     SHIPMENT OF   HOUSEHOLD GOODS Chapter    5  of  the   Joint     Federal     Travel     Regulations (JFTR),   volume 1,     NAVSO P-6034, contains instructions and   regulations covering entitlement to transportation for dependents and shipment of household goods.   Implementing instructions covering the procedures to be     followed in procuring transportation for dependents and shipment of household goods or     reimbursement thereof,. are . contained    in   the    U.S.  Navy    Travel    Instructions (NTI), NAVSO     P-1459,    and   the    Transportation of  Personal Property,     NAVSUP 490. To  determine entitlements for   dependent travel, transportation and shipment of    household goods incident to  a  member’s court-martial sentence   or  other than honorable (OTH) discharge, you     should refer - JFTR,    paragraphs     U5240   and   U5370. You   must    inform each  individual that     separation from     the    service     does   not    terminate their personal 13-6 1.   Defective    enlistment and   induction (fraudulent entry     into    the   naval service    or  released     from naval    jurisdiction)

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