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Chapter 9 Advancement, Education, and Training
preparing these availability reports, and you are unable to  process  the  availability  through  COMPASS,  you must submit a class F availability and include adequate remarks. .  Class  X  -  Brig/Disciplinary  Releases.  Class  X availabilities are for personnel who are completing confinement, or other disciplinary action, of 31 days or more,  and  who  are  available  for  assignment.  For individuals  confined  while  en  route  to  a  new  duty station,  specify  the  activity  name  in  the  Remarks section. If the individual is being discharged, do not submit an availability report. Also, if the individual is being returned to his or her last duty station and has been confined for 30 days or less, an availability report is not required. l  Class  Y   -  Medical  Releases.  Class  Y availabilities are for personnel who are available for assignment  as  the  result  of  being  hospitalized,  placed on  limited  duty  (LIMDU),  completing  hospitalization, or who have appeared before a medical board. These classes of reports should be submitted as soon as the member’s  final  status  has  been  determined.  The member’s date of availability is the date of the medical board.  For  personnel  recommended  for  second, subsequent, or extended periods of limited duty, await BUPERS  directions  before  submitting  availability reports.  For  personnel  who  are  hospitalized  while undergoing a course of instruction at a naval training activity, you must return them to the naval training activity  from  which  they  were  received. This  is 8-24 provided that hospitalization has not been for a period in excess of 4 months. All student personnel requiring LIMDU assignments must be made available. Refer to chapter 20 of the ENLTRANSMAN and section  15  of  the  DMRSMAN, information  concerning  availability submission. for  additional reports  and  their SUMMARY This chapter discussed counseling and provided you with some counseling techniques that will help you whenever  you  counsel  personnel.  The  chapter  also discussed basic pay and indicated that while basic pay is  subject  to  income  tax,  allowances  such  as  BAQ, VHA, OHA and BAS are not. Eligibility   requirements   and/or   information concerning  such  allowances  as  BAQ,  VHA,  COLA, OHA,   TLE,   TLA,   DLA,   FSA,   BAS,   and   civilian clothing  monetary  allowances  were  also  discussed. Additionally,   the   chapter   discussed   eligibility requirements  for  enlistment,  reenlistment  bonuses,  and identified  other  bonuses  that  are  primarily  for  officers. This  chapter  also  discussed  the  dependent’s  dental plan,  legal  assistance,  and  availability  reports.  If  you are  uncertain  about  the  information  you  have  just studied, review the sections that are giving you trouble. Consult the recommended publications for detailed information on the topics presented in this chapter.

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