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Chapter XIV Leave Procedures
If a member of the Armed Forces becomes disabled or dies after retirement, he or she and his/her dependents may be eligible for Social Security Benefits. Benefits in varying amounts are payable if the contributor is fully insured, currently insured, or meets the requirements for disability  benefits.  Refer  to  the  glossary  of  this  training manual to help you understand the definition of the terms fully  insured  and  currently  insured. For  additional  information,  you  should  refer  to Article 6230100 of the MILPERSMAN or contact the local  Social  Security  Administration  office. SURVIVOR BENEFIT PLAN (SBP) The  SBP  was  enacted  21  September  1972,  to provide   benefits   to   survivors   of   retired   and retirement-eligible military personnel. The program has been greatly improved since its enactment through numerous  legislative  amendments.  Active  duty  military personnel who have completed 20 or more years of service are covered by the plan at no cost while on active duty. Upon transfer to the Fleet Reserve or Retired List, SBP coverage is automatically extended to cover all eligible  dependents  unless  the  member  specifically declines  coverage,  with  the  written  concurrence  of his/her spouse, before the date of transfer or retirement. Refer to the  Survivor Benefits, including the Retired Serviceman’s  Family  Protection  Plan  (RSFPP)  (10 USC 1431 et seq.) and the Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) (Title  10  USC  section  1447  et  seq.),  as  amended, NAVMILPERSCOMINST   1750.2,   for   additional information concerning the Survivor Benefit Plan. SUMMARY This   chapter   discussed   the   Naval   Reserve, particularly  its  organization,  the  Military  Service Obligation, the benefits of being in the Naval Reserve, and retirement. Also discussed was the purpose of the Training  and  Administration  of  Reserves  Program.  This chapter also discussed some of the Incentive Programs available to Navy enlisted personnel, which are the Selective   Conversion   and   Reenlistment   (SCORE) Program,   Recruiting   Selective   Conversion   and Reenlistment  (RESCORE)  Program,  Selective  Training and Reenlistment (STAR) Program, and the Guaranteed Assignment   Retention   Detailing   (GUARD   III) program. This chapter also discussed pre-separation counseling, and within this section the chapter once again emphasized military obligation, discussed Naval Reserve  affiliation  of  discharged  personnel,  the  wearing of  the  uniform  after  discharge,  dependents’  travel  and shipment of household goods, discussed information to provide   separates   in   case   they   have   questions concerning service and pay status while on inactive duty,  restrictions  imposed  on  possession  of  handguns upon separation, and the health care insurance coverage for members being separated from active duty. This chapter  also  discussed  the  separation  of  enlisted personnel, and within this section, the chapter discussed the  importance  of  verifying  the  enlisted  service  record before  a  member  separates,  the  pre-separation interview, discussed what a command must do if a member has or has had access to classified material, discussed   the   responsibility   of   a   command   to acknowledge a member’s service before that member is transferred  for  separation.  Additionally,  this  chapter discussed  the  Fleet  Reserve  and  the  Retired  List,  the Purpose of the Navy Retired/Retainer Pay Data Form, NAVCOMPT   Form   2272,   some   of   the   Veterans’ Benefits  and  the  Survivor  Benefit  Plan. 13-31

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