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on  the   member’s   grade  and  whether the   member    has dependents.    However,    the   amount    that    may   be  shipped to    a   specific location to    which a   member is   being assigned   may   be  administratively limited by  the   Navy. For   example,    under    JFTR,    paragraph U5310-B,    an  E-6 with dependents is   entitled to   ship    or   store    11,000 pounds of    HHG. If    the    member was    transferred between tvvo  stations, both    in   CONUS,     the   full     11,00 pounds    of  HHG    could   be  shipped    to   the   new   location. However, if   the   member   was   transferred to   a  location outside     CONUS     which     is  “weight     restricted” because government-owned furniture is   available,     only   a  portion of  the   member’s  weight allowance could   be  shipped    to the    overseas     duty station. The    remainder could    be placed   in   NTS. Generally, any   portion     of  the   member’s  authorized HHG    weight allowance that    the   member    elects   not   to ship    may   be  placed    in   NTS.    HHG    that     are   precluded from   shipment    by  the   government    to  a  specific   area  due to   an   administrative weight    restriction maybe   placed   in NTS    until the   member’s  next    PCS.  In   connection    with a   shipment of   HHG, a   member is    also    entitled to temporary storage,   unless    prohibited under    the   JFTR. This    storage  may  be  authorized at  the   point    of  origin,    in transit, at   destination, or  any   combination     of  these.   The purpose   is  to  provide    temporary     storage   of  HHG   until a member   arranges    for   a  new   permanent     residence. TRANSPORTATION OF UNACCOMPANIED BAGGAGE Unaccompanied    baggage  is  that    portion    of  the   HHG weight allowance that     is   normally shipped     separately from     the    major     items of   furniture. The    purpose of providing an  unaccompanied bwge shipment is  to allow shipment of     HHG needed for interim housekeeping immediately or   soon  after    the   member’s (or   dependents’) arrival at   destination, pending the arrival of   the    bulk of   the    shipment. The    weight of unaccompanied baggage shipped at     government. expense   incident to  a  PCS  may   be  limited     by  the   Navy. TRANSPORTATION OF   PRIVATELY OWNED   VEHICLE A   member ordered to   make    a  PCS   to,   from,     or between stations outside CONUS, or    upon     official change   in   home   port   of  a  vessel   or  mobile    unit,     maybe authorized to   have    one  POV   owned    or   on   a  long-term lease  by  the   member   or  dependent(s)    shipped   to  the   port serving the     member’s    new     PDS    or    other place     as authorized in   .the  JFTR.     The   vehicle must    be  for   the member’s personal    use  or  for   the   use  of  the   dependents. However, there     are   some  limitations, restrictions, or prohibitions on  the   shipment     of  POVs. MOBILE HOMEl   ALLOWANCE A  member   ordered    on  a  PCS,  or  in   the   case  of  the member’s death,    the   member’s dependents,     who   would otherwise be     entitled to shipment of     HHG at government expense,   is   entitled to   any   combination of the  allowances    prescribed   in   the  JFTR   for  transportation and   temporary storage   of  a  mobile    home   from   the   old PDS    to   the    new    PDS    or   between points otherwise authorized. Except as  provided in   JFTR,     paragraph U5505-B, such allowances are in lieu of     the transportation of  baggage   and   HHG.    These   allowances are  only   authorized for   transportation of  a  mobile   home within CONUS,    within Alaska,     and   between     CONUS and  Alaska. DISLOCATION ALLOWANCE (DLA) A  discussion of  DLA    can  be  found    in   chapter 8  of this    TRAMAN. DLA    is   briefly discussed    here   because it   pertains    to  information contained    in   this    chapter. The    purpose of  DLA    is   to   partially reimburse a member,   with     or  without dependents,     for   the   expenses incurred in   relocating the   household upon    a  PCS   or incident to    an    evacuation when quarters are     not assigned.   The   amount    payable    as  a  DLA   is  determined by .the  member’s dependency    status    and   the   rate   of  the BAQ   prescribed     for   the   member’s  grade. CON-US TEMPORARY LODGING EXPENSE Temporary lodging expense (TLE) was also discussed   in   chapter    8  of  this    TRAMAN. It   is  discussed here   because   this    chapter deals   with allowances and TLE    is  an  allowance    that    certain    members   are  entitled to  receive   in   connection    with     PCS  orders. TLE   is  paid   in   CONUS    under    the   JFTR,   Volume    1, chapter   5,  part   H.  TLE   is  intended    to  partially offset  the cost  of  occupying    temporary lodging    incident to   a  PCS move. Refer   to  the   JFTR,    Volume    1,  chapter    five,   part    H, and   MILPERSMAN, Article 2640400,     for   additional information concerning temporary lodging     expense. 12-17

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