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Chapter XII Transfers and Receipts
Personnelman 3 & 2 - Military manual for government personnel administration
Figure 12-1.—Sample transfer check-offsheet
member’s  orders  that  direct  the  member  to  your command.  While  verifying  a  member’s  PRD,  you might find one or more of the following discrepancies: l PRD has not been assigned. .  PRD  appears  erroneous. l The individual is entitled to special tour options (additional  OBLISERV,  unaccompanied  tours,  and  so on). If you find one or more discrepancies, you should forward a PRD adjustment request, with a certified copy of service record page 5, to the Assignment Control Authority  (ACA),  BUPERS  (PERS  40)  or  the Commanding Officer, Enlisted Personnel Management Center (EPMAC) for Seamen, Firemen and Airmen. NOTE:  The  PRD  cannot  be  changed  by  a personnel diary entry. For more information on PRDs, refer to chapter 3 of  the  ENLTRANSMAN. PROCESSING TRANSFERS As  a  PN3  or  PN2,  you  will  be  responsible  for processing  various  types  of  orders.  In  chapter  11, overseas travel and orders were discussed. Again, this chapter contains a discussion of PCS orders since PCS orders pertain to the transfer of personnel. In addition to  PCS  orders,  this  chapter  covers  reporting  and detaching  endorsements,  accounting  data,  items  that you  must  explain  to  the  member  before  his  or  her transfer, and advance pay on PCS orders. The importance of verifying the information on the orders when they are received at your command cannot be overemphasized. You should pay particular attention to the comply with instructions  contained  on  the  orders. Never overlook an item or consider it irrelevant or unimportant. Always explain “comply with instruction items” contained on the transfer directive if they are in a coded form. Remember, even if items are not in a coded  form,  some  of  the  information  may  not  be  clear or understood by members. Therefore, you should explain it to them. After orders are received at your command, you should promptly notify the member’s division officer and/or department head, as appropriate, of the member’s pending  transfer.  You  should  have  a  locally  prepared transfer check-off sheet, such as the one shown in figure 12-1  to  assist  you  when  processing  transfers. Remember,  although  all  transfers  are  similar,  they are not the same. Each set of orders calls for different requirements.    For example, you wouldn’t follow the same  procedures  for  a  member  being  transferred overseas that you would follow for a member being transferred  within  CONUS. NOTE: Always  refer  to  the  appropriate  manuals and/or instructions, such as the ENLTRANSMAN, for information and guidance. Never rely solely on your personal experience because information changes so rapidly that you may lose track of all these changes. The manuals and/or instructions are there for your use, and you should always use them. When you are in doubt about a certain transfer procedure and/ or travel entitlement that may have been recently changed, communicate with the source. Here, the source might be commands such as the BUPERS and DFAS. It is always better to obtain the correct, up-to-date information rather than process a transfer or transfers;  especially  if  you  suspect  the  information  may have been recently changed, and you did not obtain the correct  information. You should also establish contacts to get help when the need arises. For example, if you are attached to a squadron and you are embarked aboard a ship, talk to the  other  PNs  aboard  the  ship.  They  may  have information you do not have. You must always remember that asking questions or getting assistance from others does not mean you are less  competent. As a matter of fact, when you ask questions from those who have the answers, it clearly shows your concern for your job. Never be afraid to ask for  assistance. TRANSFER ORDERS AND ENDORSEMENTS The   following   section   contains   information concerning  the  different  types  of  PCS  transfer  orders and  endorsements. Enlisted Permanent Change of Station Transfer  Order The Enlisted Permanent Change of Station Transfer Order (PCSTO) is normally used for PCS orders issued by the following authorities: l  BUPERS l  EPMAC 12-2

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