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The  availability  of  government  facilities  (quarters and  mess)  is  another  factor  in  per  diem  computation. Normally,  available  government  facilities  are  used  by members in a travel status to the maximum extent practical.  Box  lunches,  in-flight  meals,  and  rations furnished by the government on military aircraft are not considered a government mess for per diem computation purposes. DAY OF DEPARTURE FROM AND DAY OF RETURN TO PDS.–  The applicable M&IE rate is prorated on a quarter-day basis on the day of departure from and the day of return to the PDS as follows: On the day of departure and the member’s travel status begins in the: 1st quarter (0001 - 0600), 100 (4/4) percent of the M&IE rate is allowed; 2d quarter (0601 - 1200), 75 (3/4) percent of the M&IE rate is allowed; 3d quarter (1 201- 1800), 50 (2/4) percent of the M&IE rate is allowed; 4th quarter (1801 - 2400), 25 (1/4) percent of the M&IE rate is allowed. On the day of return and the member’s travel status ends in the: 1st quarter (0001 - 0600), 25 (1/4) percent of the M&IE rate is allowed; 2d quarter (0601 - 1200),50 (2/4) percent of the M&IE rate is allowed; 3d quarter (1201- 1800), 75 (3/4) percent of the M&IE rate is allowed; 4th quarter (1801 - 2400), 100 (4/4) percent of the  M&IE  rate  is  allowed. On these days the prorated M&IE rate is reduced by the amount in parentheses shown in the JFTR, volume 1, appendix B, part II, or appendix D, part II, for each meal available in a government mess at the TAD station or  stopover  point. Generally, per diem is based on the location of the member at 2400; however, there are occasions when the member is en route to a TDY or TAD location and does not arrive at the lodging site until 2400 or later. In that case,  the  member  claims  the  lodging  cost  for  the preceding calendar day and the maximum per diem is determined as if the member was at the lodging location at 2400 of the preceding day. If authorized travel to the TDY station requires more than 1 day and a stopover for the night is required, the maximum per diem is based on the  stopover  point. Likewise,  when  return  travel  requires  more  than 1 day and a stopover for the night is required or if authorized travel requires additional stopovers, the maximum   per   diem   is   based   on   the   additional stopover points. The M&IE rate for the last en route stopover  point  applies  to  the  day  of  return  to  the PDS. WHILE  AT  THE  TAD/TDY  STATION.–  The following  factors  are  considered  in  computing  the maximum   daily   per   diem   payable   while   at   the TAD/TDY  station: Locality per diem rate Availability y of government quarters and mess Daily  lodging  cost  not  to  exceed  the  maxi- mum  amount  for  lodging  prescribed  for  the locality Endorsement to orders regarding impractical use of available government mess and meals finished at no cost to the member The  daily  lodging  cost  added  to  the  M&IE  rate  less deductions equals the maximum daily per diem payable. In most cases, the daily per diem rate is constant from the day after arrival until the day before departure at the TAD  station. Computation  of  per  diem  allowances  is  better understood   by   providing   you   with   the   following examples: EXAMPLE 1: Itinerary: (enlisted member travels on TAD via POC [automobile]) 12/10  Dep:  PDS 0930 Arr:  TAD  station  1600 310 miles 12/11  TAD 12/12  TAD 12/13  Dep:  TAD  station  1530 Arr:   PDS 2215 310  miles Lodging on a TAD station in government quarters costs $6 per night and a government mess is available. We will use the regular per diem and M&IE rates for inside CONUS in table 9-1. 9-5

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