to (and from) the points designated in the orders.
Repeat travel orders are issued only by CHNAVPERS
to members who are in billets that require regular and
frequent trips away from their duty stations in the
performance of their duties.
FIRST DUTY ORDERS
First duty orders are orders (first set) that assign the
following individuals to a PDS:
Persons being newly commissioned from
TEMPORARY ACTIVE DUTY ORDERS
Temporary active duty orders are orders (first set)
that assign inactive members to TEMDU for a limited
or specified period of time and that direct, upon
completion, release to inactive duty.
RELEASE FROM ACTIVE DUTY ORDERS
OR SEPARATION ORDERS
Release from active duty orders or separation
orders are any orders that separate members from active
duty in the naval service.
TRAINING DUTY ORDERS
Training duty orders are orders that assign Naval
Reserve members to training duty.
TRAVEL CERTIFICATE SEPARATION
Regular Navy or Naval Reserve members who are
honorably discharged, as distinguished from being
released to inactive duty, are not issued release orders.
To provide these members with the necessary
substantiation for dependents transportation and/or
shipment of HHG, the Travel Certificate Separation
Without Orders, NAVPERS 4650/22 (fig. 11-11), is
issued to the members according to the NTI, NAVSO
P-1459, chapter 4, part A, article 4002, and chapter 7,
part D, article 7158.
The travel certificate must be issued as an original.
A sufficient number of copies must be made to meet
individual requirements. The original and two copies
are necessary for dependents transportation. Four
copies, one of which must be certified as a true copy,
are necessary for each shipment of HHG. Orders for
separation should not be issued more than 6 months
before the effective date of separation.
This chapter contained a discussion on overseas
service. It explained the importance of making sure that
personnel are properly screened for overseas
assignment to prevent an early return from the overseas
area. The section on overseas service discussed the
requirement for completing overseas screening
requirements for certain locations that are not
considered overseas; such as the assignment of
personnel to Key West, Florida. Also discussed was the
requirement for completion of overseas screening for
personnel being assigned to USNS vessels and other
units operating in overseas areas for periods of 1 year
or more, and the selection of personnel for overseas
service. Identification of suitability decision factors
Also explained were overseas
screening procedures, what action needs to be taken
when personnel are not considered suitable for overseas
assignment, and the possible waiver of overseas
screening requirements. Actions to take if a member
must be reassigned due to unsuitability were identified
and screening reports were discussed.
This chapter contained a discussion on command
sponsorship of dependents at overseas duty station
This chapter contained a discussion on permanent
change of station of members traveling to an overseas
location accompanied by dependents, the determination
of entitlement to dependent transportation, and
dependent entry approval. The purpose of the
Application for Transportation for Dependents, DD
Form 884, and action taken upon confirmation of
dependents travel arrangements were discussed.
The purpose and restriction on the use of a no-fee
passport was covered, to include the forms used in
applying for passports such as the Authorization to
Apply for a No-Fee Passport and/or Request for Vias,
DD Form 1056, Application for Passport Registration,
DSP-11, and Application for Passport by Mail, DSP-82.
Application procedures for applying for passports in
case of personnel who are in the United States and
outside the United States were discussed. Finally,
various types of orders and the purpose for their
issuance and the travel certificate separation without
orders were discussed.