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means of travel used, and enter the letter code in  Blocks  numbered  1  through  4,  then  the mode of travel, and enter the appropriate letter code  in  Blocks  5  through  10.  Likewise,  the reason  for  stop  codes  is  found  in  Block  25b. By  looking  at  the  unshaded  and  shaded areas,  you  can  see  that  each  mode  of  travel entry  is  adjacent  to  a  DEP  or  departure  line entry,   and   each   reason   for   stop   entry   is adjacent  to  an  ARR  or  arrival  entry.  Indicate in  the  appropriate  blocks  on  the  left  side  of Block   1   the   dates   and   times   the   individual departed  and  arrived  at  each  stop  during  the TEMADD   assignment.   The   center   of   the block  indicates  the  command  and  geographical location  of  the  TEMADD  stops.  The  means of   travel   and   the   reason   for   stop   codes   are entered  in  the  appropriate  unshaded  column. The  requirements  for  the  number  of  copies to  be  prepared  and  the  distribution  of  the copies   are   subject   to   local   practice.   The personnel support detachment   (PSD) servicing   your   command   will   have   specific directives   for   you   to   use   in   liquidating TEMADD   orders. LEAVE Leave authorizes an individual to be absent from  the  place  of  duty.  All  members  earn  30 days’  leave  per  year,  and  they  are  officially encouraged   to   use   the   entire   30   days.   All personnel  must  be  provided  the  opportunity  to take  leave  annually,  with  the  opportunity  for at   least   one   period   of   about   14   consecutive days. ENTITLEMENTS Leave  is  earned  at  the  rate  of  2.5  days  per month  for  all  personnel  on  active  duty  in  the Navy,  except  for  the  following  periods: l   A c t i ve duty of less than 30 consecutive   days l  Active  duty  for  training, less  than  30  consecutive  days l  Lost  time with  pay,  of l   Excess   leave   or   other   periods   in   a nonpay status The   individual’s   monthly   leave   and earnings statement (LES) and the commanding officer’s  leave  listing  received  from  the  Navy Finance  Center  are  used  to  determine  how many  days  of  leave  personnel  have  accrued. Both  of  these  documents  give  a  total  balance of   accrued   leave   as   of   the   end   of   the statement’s   reporting   period   and   how   many days  have  been  used  during  the  current  fiscal year. Since  these  reports  are  forwarded monthly,  you  need  to  add  only  the  number  of days  earned  in  the  current  month  to  the  total number  of  days  reported  on  the  statement  to determine  the  up-to-date  leave  balance. TRAVEL   TERMS There  are  a  number  of leave  with  which  you  should terms   related   to become   familiar. EARNED   LEAVE:   Leave  accrued  to  a member  as  of  any  given  date.  You  can  have a   negative   number   of   days’   leave   accrued (called  “in  the  hole”).  A  negative  amount  of leave   must   not   exceed   the   amount   of   leave that  would  normally  be  earned  during  the remaining  period  of  obligated  service.  (See Excess   Leave.) ADVANCE   LEAVE:   Leave  granted  to  a member  before  a  member  earns  it.  This  gives the   result   of   a   negative   leave   balance. Advance  leave  should  not  be  granted  unless the   member   has   sufficient   service   obligation to earn it back. ANNUAL  LEAVE:  Leave   granted   within a   command’s   normal   leave   program;   also called  ordinary  leave. 13-4

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