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Figure 11-3.-Report of Suitability for Overseas Assignment, NAVPERS 1300/16
Figure 11-2.—A PN is shown here helping a First Class Petty Officer complete some of the documents required in conjunction with her overseas transfer. requirements   with   the   exception   of   Barking Sands, Hawaii. OVERSEAS   SCREENING   REQUIREMENT FOR DIEGO GARCIA AND MIDWAY ISLAND According   to   chapter   24,   item   275   of   the Enlisted   Transfer   Manual   (ENLTRANSMAN), NAVPERS 15909, modified  overseas  screening  is required  for  personnel  being  assigned  to  Diego Garcia    and    Midway    Island.    The    Report    of Suitability  for  Overseas  Assignment,  NAVPERS 1300/16, parts I and II, and questions 3,7,8, and 9 of  part  III  should  be  completed  by  appropriate personnel.   Appropriate   personnel   include   the medical overseas screening coordinator, commanding   officer   (CO)   or   officer   in   charge (OIC)  of  the  medical  treatment  facility,  and  the member’s CO. The   CO   should   also   complete   part   III   of NAVPERS   1300/16   requiring   his   or   her   final approval. Figure 11-3 shows you  a  blank  sample of a NAVPERS 1330/16. ASSIGNMENT   OF   PERSONNEL   TO   KEY WEST, FLORIDA The  Key  West,  Florida,  area  is  considered  a remote  or  isolated  location.  As  such,  it  has  very limited government and civilian medical services available  to  provide  sufficient  care  to  members and  their  dependents  in  some  medical  specialty areas.    Therefore,    appropriate    personnel    as identified  previously,  must  complete  parts  I  and II as well as the section of part III of NAVPERS 1300/16 requiring the CO’s final approval. OVERSEAS SCREENING REQUIREMENT FOR   ALL   USNS   VESSELS   AND   OTHER UNITS OPERATING IN AN OVERSEAS AREA FOR CONTEMPLATED PERIODS OF 1 YEAR OR MORE Members    being    assigned    to    the    following activities require overseas screening: Any  USNS vessel Oceanographic unit USS La Salle Commander, Maritime Propositioning Ships Squadron (COMPSRON ONE, TWO, and THREE) Commander, Middle East Force (COMIDEASFOR) (staff) Commander, Standing Naval Forces Atlantic (COMSTANAVFORLANT) (staff) while  these  vessels  or  units  are  homeported in the Continental United States (CONUS),  their 11-2

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