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4-8. In what way, if any, does reimbursement  for  MI&E  differ  from lodging  expenses? 1. MI&E  is  payable  to  members without itemization of expenses and  without  receipts 2. MI&E is not payable to members when  government  facilities  are available 3. MI&E is payable to members when government  facilities  are available  only 4. None 4-9. Which of the following officials determines  if  government  messing  is essential  to  training  and readiness? 1. Chief  of  Naval  Personnel 2. Chief  of  Naval  Operations 3. Secretary of the Navy 4. Commanding  officer 4-10. Per diem is not payable in which of the following situations? 1. For any day that is classified as leave or proceed time 2. For any period an enlisted member is undergoing processing or  indoctrination  where  both government  mess  and  quarters are  available  before  reporting to  the  permanent  duty  station (PDS) 3. For travel or temporary duty performed within the limits of PDS  other  than  as  authorized for  the  arrival  at,  departure from, and return to the PDS 4. All of the above 4-11. The computation of constructive travel is based solely on the carrier’s  required  check-in  time  at the terminal. 4-12. The MI&E rate is prorated on a quarter–day basis. On the day of departure  when  the  member’s  travel status begins in the second quarter,  what  percentage  of  MI&E rate  is  allowed? 1. 100% 2. 75% 3. 50% 4. 25% 4-13. On the day of return when the member’s  travel  status  ends  in  the second  quarter,  what  percentage  of MI&E  rate  is  allowed? 1. 100% 2. 75% 3. 50% 4. 25% 4-14. When  constructive  travel  is computed, per diem is based on the location of the member at what hour? 1. 0900 2. 1600 3. 1900 4. 2400 In  answering  questions  4-15  through . 4-17, refer to the information given below. GSE2  Brush  received  TAD  orders  to Fleet  Training  Group,  Norfolk,  VA,  via POC. GSE2 Brush departed at 0730 on 9 July and reported to his TAD station at 1200 on the same day. Lodging and government  mess  were  available  at  the  TAD station. The  cost  for  government  quarters is $6. Per diem is $26 and the current rate for mileage is $0.25 per mile. GSE2 Brush departed the TAD station on 15 July at 1600 and returned to his PDS at 2030 the same day. 4-15. What is the per diem allowance for GSE2    Brush    on    9    July? 1. True 2. False 1. $26.00 2. $19.50 3. $19.00 4. $16.50 2 9

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