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Computing Lost Time
Personnelman 3 & 2 - Military manual for government personnel administration
Enlisted Performance Record (Page 9)
7. 8. Member was delivered to civil authorities at 1600,27 February (not a leap year), for trial by civil  court.  Member  was  convicted.  Member was  subsequently  released  to  naval  control  at 0930,6 March, after paying fine. Civil CONF is equal to 2 days in February and 5 days in March, a total of 7 days. Member’s  UA  commenced  0800,  16  March. Member  was  apprehended  by  civil  authorities on 20 March and was subsequently confined, tried, and acquitted by civil authorities on 23 March.  Member  was  returned  to  naval  control on  23  March.  UA  is  equal  to  7  days  (16-22 March). In each of these cases, you should make entries on the  Administrative  Remarks,  NAVPERS  1070/613, page 13 of the service record, to reflect the period of absence from duty. If lost time must be made up, you should prepare and distribute a Record of Unauthorized Absence,  NAVPERS  1070/606,  according  to  the guidelines set forth in the DFAS PAYPERSMAN or SDSPROMAN, as appropriate. Make an entry on page 13 to show the extension of the enlistment, period of induction,  or  period  of  obligated  active  service,  as appropriate, by the number of days to be made up. For this  purpose,  extend  the  enlistment,  or  other  period  of service,  from  the  normal  date  of  expiration  thereof  or from  the  date  of  restoration  to  full  duty,  whichever  is later. Reservists  who  are  required  to  make  up  time  lost from their obligated active service must make up this time before their release from extended active duty, annual training (AT) (formerly called active duty for training  [ACDUTRA])  in  excess  of  30  days,  or  any period of additional involuntary AT. Pay Entry Base Date, Active Duty Service Date, and Expiration of Active Obligated Service Adjustment As you know, lost time must be made good on a day-for-day basis. Your first step is to make an accurate determination of the number of days the person must make up. You must then record this number (of days) on the NAVPERS 1070/606 or NAVPERS 1070/607, whichever is appropriate, and make the required page 13 entry. In addition, the DFAS PAYPERS MAN calls for the preparation of a NAVCOMPT 3060 in cases where a member is absent for a period of over 10 days. PEBD.— According to the DFAS PAYPERSMAN, a member’s PEBD is automatically adjusted based on 5-32 the  report  of  the  member’s  lost  time;  however,  this  is not always the case. There are instances when for unknown reasons the PEBD is not adjusted accordingly. If this is the case, you should prepare a diary entry following guidelines contained in the Diary Message Reporting System Users’ Manual (DMRSMAN).  You can verify whether a member’s PEBD has been adjusted by checking the documents reporting the member’s UA against the information in the Enlisted Distribution and Verification Report (EDVR) and/or the member’s leave and  earnings  statement  (LES). ADSD.— A member’s ADSD must also be adjusted if there is a period of lost time. Check the documents prepared to report the member’s UA or confinement period.  As  with  the  PEBD,  these  documents  also update the ADSD. Again, be aware that this may not always  happen  as  it  should.  Consequenty,  you  should verify  the  information  contained  in  the  EDVR.  If  you find that the adjustment has not occurred, you should prepare a diary entry according to the DMRSMAN. To illustrate the adjustment of PEBD and ADSD, and to describe the EAOS, let’s look at the case of PN3 Christmas. His PEBD is 19 January 1994 (not a leap year).  Christmas  joined  the  U.S.  Navy  for  4  years’ active duty. His ADSD is 7 July 1994. This makes his normal EAOS 6 July 1998. Christmas went UA for a period of 5 days during the early part of his enlistment. To  determine  his  new  PEBD,  take  the  original  PEBD (19 January 1994) and add 5 days, making his new PEBD 24 January 1994. To determine his new ADSD, take his original ADSD (7 July 1994) and add 5 days, making his new ADSD 12 July 1994. To determine his new EAOS as adjusted, all you have to do is add 5 days to his original EAOS (6 July 1998), making his new EAOS 11 July 1998. Of  course,  the  case  of  PN3  Christmas  is  quite simple.  Be  aware,  however,  there  will  be  times  when you will not be able to determine an individual’s ADSD or PEBD accurately based solely on the information contained in the member’s service record. In cases like these, you should request a statement of service from BUPERS (PERS 274) by letter. Once you receive the statement   of   service,   you   can   usually   do   the computations and come up with an accurate date. There may be other times, however, when you may still not be able  to  determine  the  dates  you  need  even  with  a statement  of  service  from  BUPERS.  If  you  cannot determine the accurate dates or if the dates provided in the statement of service are questionable based on the information contained in the member’s service record,

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