Additional information concerning leave
accounting is contained in Article 3020160 of the
PERSONNEL OFFICE LEAVE
As a PN working in a personnel office aboard ship
or at a Personnel Support Activity Detachment
(PERSUPPDET), you will answer many questions
asked about leave and leave policy procedures. Many
individuals will come to you with questions ranging
from simple to complex; you will be expected to provide
correct answers and the proper assistance. In this
section, you will be introduced to information that will
help you carry out those duties.
Some of the terms you need to know when
processing leave or answering servicemembers
questions about various types of leave are defined in this
Leave control number (LCN). A 10-position number
assigned to approved leave authorizations to assist
in controlling and monitoring leave. The first
through fifth positions of the LCN identify a
commands unit identification code (UIC). The
sixth through the tenth positions identify the leave
Approved leave tickler file. A file of all approved leave
authorizations (part 2s). The tickler file is
maintained by the members command
Leave authorization log. A record of all LCNs assigned.
This log is maintained to ensure LCNs sequential
Leave tickler file.
A file maintained by the
PERSUPPDET, and/or disbursing office of all leave
authorizations (part 3s received).
Cos leave listing. A monthly listing of all members
assigned to each UIC and their current leave
balances. This listing is important because it helps
reconcile records of leave previously granted. This
listing is normally maintained in the personnel or
LEAVE AND EARNINGS STATEMENT
The Leave and Earnings Statement (LES),
NAVCOMPT Form 2285, is the source document that
contains details of both the members pay and leave
account. The LES is a printout of the members Master
Military Pay Account (MMPA). The ID line of each
LES contains identifying information such as name,
social security number (SSN), paygrade, and years of
The ID line also contains important
information about the members leave account. As you
read this section, refer to figure 14-2. There are six
fields on the LES that contain information on a
members leave account.
BEG LV BAL. This is the beginning leave balance.
It is the balance on a members leave account at the
beginning of each fiscal year or 1 October.
LV EARNED. This is the number of days leave
earned during the current fiscal year through the current
LV USED. This is the number of days leave used
during the current fiscal year through the current LES.
END LV BAL. This is the ending leave balance. It
is the balance of leave days currently on the members
account at the ending date on the current LES.
BAL TO EAOS. This is the leave balance to the
expiration of active obligated service (EAOS). Based
on current EAOS and current leave balance, this is the
amount of leave one would have up to his or her EAOS.
This is the sum amount of the current leave balance and
the number of days yet to be earned.
PAID LV. This represents the number of days leave
the member has sold back to the government. You
should know that according to Article 2650180, no
Figure 14-2.Sample leave entries contained on the LES.