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decide on completion of a member’s overseas screening interview  that  a  waiver  should  be  submitted,  even though  a  member  is  not  technically  qualified  for overseas  assignment. Under these conditions, such requests for waivers are encouraged and should be submitted  to  BUPERS  (PERS  40)  or  EPMAC,  as appropriate. A  request  for  a  waiver  must  be  completely documented  with  comments  on  the  member’s performance   with   particular   emphasis   placed   on potential.   BUPERS   (PERS   40)   or   EPMAC,   as appropriate,  screens  the  request  and  makes  the  final decision  concerning  overseas  assignment  eligibility.  A member   should   not   be   transferred   until   written authorization granting waiver is obtained. File a copy of the waiver request and the subsequent reply in the member’s  service  record. REASSIGNMENT DUE TO UNSUITABILITY If   the   CO   of   an   overseas   activity   receives improperly  screened  personnel  or  dependents,  the overseas activity should send an Overseas Screening Deficiency Report (OSDR), as shown in chapter 4 of the  ENLTRANSMAN,  by  message  or  letter  to  BUPERS (PERS 40 and PERS 462). EPMAC is included as an action  addressee  if  nondesignated  Seamen,  Airmen,  and Firemen are involved. If reassignment (early return) of the member is desired  because  of  unsuitability,  submit  an  OSDR  for early return. COs should not use this procedure to transfer  personnel  instead  of  using  disciplinary  or administrative action. Use of the OSDS is restricted to those  cases  where  transfer  is  the  only  possible  solution. Each  case  is  decided  on  its  merits  by  BUPERS  or EPMAC, as appropriate. If transfer is approved, make sure a page 13 service record  entry  is  made  indicating  unsuitability  for overseas  duty  and  reasons  for  disqualification.  On approval of early return, send an availability report according  to  guidelines  contained  in  chapter  20  of  the ENLTRANSMAN. To   permit   proper   BUPERS   and/or   EPMAC disposition of personnel found unsuitable for continued overseas duty because of medical reasons, inform your area  commander,  fleet  commander,  and  the  Bureau  of Medicine  and  Surgery  (BUMED). On   approval   of   BUPERS   and/or   EPMAC, personnel determined to be unsuitable for continued 11-7 overseas  service  will  be  transferred  to  duty  for  which they are eligible. OVERSEAS  SCREENING  REPORTS There  are  two  reports  dealing  with  overseas screening: Report of Suitability and Unsuitability and OSDR.  Both  of  these  reports  have  been  mentioned  in previous  paragraphs,  but  are  further  mentioned  to remind you of their purpose. The   Report   of   Suitability/Unsuitability.   This report is shown in chapter 4 of the ENLTRANSMAN. It is sent to BUPERS (PERS 40 and PERS 40BB) or EPMAC  for  nondesignated  Seamen,  Firemen,  and Airmen, and BUPERS (PERS 462) by the command completing  the  overseas  screening.  This  report indicates whether an individual or his/her dependents are suitable or unsuitable for overseas duty. The   Overseas   Screening   Deficiency   Report (OSDR). This report is sent to BUPERS (PERS 40 and PERS  40BB)  or  EPMAC  in  case  of  nondesignated Seamen,  Firemen,  and  Airmen,  and  BUPERS  (PERS 462  and  PERS  662).  Include  BUMED  (CODE  3B435) as  an  addressee  when  an  overseas  command  receives improperly  screened  personnel  and/or  their  dependents because  of  medical  deficiencies.  The  OSDR  is  used  to report discrepancies in the screening conducted by the transferring command that may or may not require early return  of  the  member  and/or  dependents. This OSDR may also be used for requests for early return for reasons other than screening deficiencies. These requests are prompted by problems that develop after arrival overseas that make the member and/or dependents   unsuitable   for   continued   overseas assignment. l  BUPERS  sends  serious  OSDRs  to  the responsible  manning  control  authority  (MCA)  and BUMED,  when  appropriate.  The  MCA  tasks  the immediate   superior   in   command   (ISIC)   of   the transferring  activity  to  correct  the  conditions  causing the  improper  screening. .   Servicemembers   with   exceptional   family member(s)  complete  appropriate  forms  per  chapter  28 of the ENLTRANSMAN. As the PN in charge of transfers and working in a PERSUPPDET  or  any  other  personnel  office  that processes overseas transfers, you must make sure that all the pretransfer administrative requirements are completed. Pretransfer administrative requirements include   promptly   notifying   and   interviewing   the

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