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
It is the Yeomans (YNs)
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
resources, the information will serve you well
throughout your career.
Temporary additional duty (TEMADD) is
the term used when an individual travels to a
command or geographical area that is not the
individuals permanent duty station.
may be for training, attending seminars,
performing duties essential to the mission of
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 individuals
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.
1. FROM-Insert the complete name and
address of activity issuing TEMADD orders.
2. STANDARD DOCUMENT NO.A 15-
position alphanumeric number constructed as
1 - N (for Navy)
2 thru 6 - The UIC of the command
originating the orders
7 thru 8 - Last two numbers of the
9 and 10 - TO (for travel orders)
11 thru 15 -
(excluding the letters I and O) serial number
using the TANGO number found in Block 4.
3. TOEnter the travelers rank/grade,
name and address (normally duty station).
Some activities also require the phrase and
no others on the line immediately following
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.