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CHAPTER 13 TRAVEL, LEAVE PROCEDURES, AND PAY AND ALLOWANCES Travel,  leave,  and  pay  are  subjects  very close  to  the  heart  of  every  Sailor  and  crucially important   to   the   management   of   day-to-day business  in  the  U.S.  Navy.  Records  attendant to  these  areas  of  Navy  life  must  be  perfectly executed. It   is   the   Yeoman’s   (YN’s) responsibility  to  see  that  this  happens.  In virtually   every   job   to   which   you   may   be assigned,  you  will  be  required  to  type,  verify, complete,  forward,  and  perform  various  other actions  with  regard  to  forms  and  reports  in these   areas.   This   chapter   gives   you   a   basic coverage  of  travel,  leave,  and  pay.  If  you  pay special  attention  to  the  topics  covered  and refer   to   the   publications mentioned   as resources,  the  information  will  serve  you  well throughout  your  career. TRAVEL Temporary   additional   duty   (TEMADD)   is the  term  used  when  an  individual  travels  to  a command  or  geographical  area  that  is  not  the individual’s   permanent   duty   station. Travel may   be   for   training,   attending   seminars, performing  duties  essential  to  the  mission  of the permanent duty station, sports competitions,  and  many  other  instances.  This section   covers   general   procedures   used   for completing   and   processing   TEMADD   orders. For  the  individual  on  TEMADD  to  be reimbursed   for   personal   expenses,   travel arrangements  and  payments,  and  so  that proper  authority  is  aware  of  the  individual’s status,  TEMADD  Travel  Orders,  NAVPERS Form  1320/16,  must  be  prepared. TEMADD  TRAVEL  ORDER  FORM The   parent   command   of   the   individual prepares  the  NAVPERS  1320/16  before  the performance   of   travel. A   block-by-block description    follows: 1.  FROM-Insert  the  complete  name  and address  of  activity  issuing  TEMADD  orders. 2.   STANDARD   DOCUMENT   NO.–A   15- position  alphanumeric  number  constructed  as follows: POSITION 1  -  N  (for  Navy) 2  thru  6  -  The  UIC  of  the  command originating  the  orders 7  thru  8  -  Last  two  numbers  of  the fiscal  year 9  and  10  -  TO  (for  travel  orders) 11    thru    15    - The   alphanumeric (excluding  the  letters  I  and  O)  serial  number using  the  TANGO  number  found  in  Block  4. Example: N3250695TO00001 3.  TO–Enter  the  traveler’s  rank/grade, name  and  address  (normally  duty  station). Some  activities  also  require  the  phrase  “and no  others”  on  the  line  immediately  following the   name. This  prevents  the  addition  of unauthorized  personnel  to  the  orders. 4.  TANGO  NO.–The  number  that  is  used to   identify   the   order   when   the   standard document  number  is  not  applicable.  Only  one TANGO  number  is  assigned  to  each  travel order. The last three are assigned sequentially throughout   the   fiscal   year,   beginning   with 001.  Do  not  duplicate  the  number  during  the fiscal   year.   Check   with   your   supervisor   or local  TEMADD  order  directives  to  find  out where  you  obtain  TANGO  numbers. 13-1

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