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office. For example, when a service member gets married, he or she must go to the personnel office to initiate all the necessary paper work on behalf of the new dependent. Leave papers are processed in this office. Dependent and active duty ID card applications    and    cards    are    also    prepared. Furthermore, members who are reporting aboard, transferring,  reenlisting,  or  separating  from  the Navy    will    have    the    appropriate    documents prepared at the personnel office. The transactions that take place in the personnel office will affect nearly all areas of a Navy member’s life. The size and composition of personnel  offices will  vary  from  command  to  command  and  from ship   to   ship.   A   common   characteristic   of   all personnel  offices  is  that  they  are  usually  very active    because    of    the    numerous    personnel transactions  that  continually  take  place.  At  sea, PNs will work in the personnel or ship’s office. If attached to a squadron, PNs will work  out  of  an office assigned to them by the ship’s commanding officer  (CO).  This  office  is  independent  of  the personnel and/or the ship’s administrative offices. Ashore,  PNs  are  normally  assigned  to  personnel support  activity  detachments  (PERSUPPDETS). The following section will give you an overview of the PERSUPPDETS. PERSONNEL SUPPORT ACTIVITY DETACHMENTS The   PERSUPPDETS,   also   referred   to   as PSDs, are the one-stop service centers that retain and   maintain   the   pay   accounts   and   service records  for  all  shore  commands  and   activities within  a  specific  geographical  area.  All  active duty    Navy    personnel,    including    transients, students, and patients attached to shore activities and  components,  Naval  Reserve  activities,  and joint  and  unified  commands  within  a  prescribed geographical  area,  are  supported  by  that  area’s PERSUPPDETS.  Figures  1-1  and  1-2  show  PNs providing customer service to Navy personnel at a PERSUPPDET. All   PERSUPPDETS   are   supported    by    a personnel  support  activity  (PSA).  The  PSAs  are activities that manage a number of PERSUPPDETS  within  a  geographical  area.  As the command in charge of these PERSUPPDETS, the  PSA  provides  technical  direction,  guidance, and    assistance    to    all    commands    under    its authority. The     overall     mission     or     goal     of     the PERSUPPDETS      is      to      provide      pay   and personnel  services  to  officer  and  enlisted  naval personnel  and  passenger  transportation  services to  all  Navy-sponsored    travelers;    to    provide commands and activities with pay, personnel, and Figure 1-1.—PN assisting customers at a PERSUPPDET. 1-2

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