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.  Prepare  a  page  13  entry,  providing  as  much information as possible. Add the following statement: “(Date):  Written  technical  arrest  orders  were  issued and  delivered  this  date  transferring  (name  of  absentee) to (name of parent command) in a disciplinary status in (his or her) own custody to report not later than (hour and date required to report). (Name of absentee) has acknowledged in writing the receipt of such orders.” l   Provide   the   original   TAO,   pay   adjustment authorization (PAA), and NAVPERS 1070/613 to the member and forward a signed copy of each to the parent command. If there is an intermediate command, provide a copy of the TAO to that command. Make  sure  the  absentee’s  appearance  does  not reflect discredit on the naval service. RETURN OF DESERTERS In addition to the procedures required for the return of absentees in MILPERSMAN 3430200, the activity to which an administratively declared deserter returns to military control must transmit a message, using the format in MILPERSMAN 3430300, to the Bureau of Naval  Personnel  (PERS-843).  This  report  is  assigned Report  Control  Symbol  NMPC  1600-2  (Report  of Return  of  Deserter). A  declared  deserter  discharged  in  absentia  as authorized by the Chief of Naval Personnel (PERS 83) is   considered   returned   to   military   control   for administrative  purposes  on  the  date  before  the  actual discharge date. The discharging activity must transmit a Returned to Military Control message to PERS-843 for the  purpose  of  clearing  the  deserter  off  the  active deserter files. Prepare the message using the format in MILPERSMAN  3430300.  The  Remarks  section  of  the message  must  indicate  the  authority  used  for  discharge in absentia  and the actual date of discharge. Upon the member’s return to the parent command, it  is  imperative  that  the  command  verify  that  the message report has been submitted so that the member may be taken out of deserter status and removed from the  FBI  NCIC  Wanted  Persons  File.  If  not  previously submitted by an intermediate activity, the member’s parent command must immediately send the message as indicated  previously  to  PERS-843. The parent command or command to which the member   is   assigned   for   disciplinary   action   or disposition must complete and distribute the Record of Unauthorized   Absence,   NAVPERS   1070/606, according  to  paragraph  90435  and  table  9-4-38  of  the PAYPERSMAN,  NAVSO  P-3050. Detailed  guidelines  on  the  return  of  deserters  are contained  in  MILPERSMAN  3430300. POWER OF ATTORNEY A power of attorney is a legal document by which you give another person full, complete power to act for you either in some particular transaction or in any and all transactions. The person so appointed is known as your  attorney-in-fact.  The  actions  taken  by  your  legally appointed  attorney-in-fact  are  as  binding  on  you  as  if you had personally acted in the matter. You do not need to be consulted before your attorney-in-fact takes action. In a few instances, powers of attorney maybe very useful, particularly where transactions are needed and you are wholly unable to be at the required place. On the other hand, a power of attorney given simply to satisfy a whim or because you feel it is expected of you is the surest and most direct route to disaster. The  two  power  of  attorney  categories  area  limited power of certain named transactions and a general power of attorney authorizing the attorney-in-fact to act for you in any transaction, regardless of type, amount, or consequences involved. Under a general power of attorney, your name may be pledged to loans or to mortgages  and  your  property  may  be  sold  for  any amount regardless of its worth. A power of attorney may not be used to delegate authority to another to act on matters of judgment about your retired pay account, such  as  electing  to  waive  your  retired  pay  to  have military  service  credited  under  the  Civil  Service Retirement Act or electing to participate in the Survivor Benefit  Plan. A power of attorney may not be needed, or it may be  preferable  for  you  to  execute  a  limited  or  a  special power of attorney with authority for the attorney-in-fact, to perform certain stated acts under certain stated conditions and no more. It maybe desirable to limit the duration  of  your  attorney-in-fact’s  authority. Before executing a power of attorney, consult your legal assistance officer, the nearest naval legal service office  (NLSO),  or  other  qualified  legal  counsel.  If  it  is decided  that  a  power  of  attorney  is  needed,  visit  your NLSO  to  have  a  power  of  attorney  typed  with  the appropriate  information. Inform your next of kin or dependents if you have granted a power of attorney and, if so, to whom. Legal authority granted in a power of attorney is revoked by 11-17

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