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SPECIAL   PAYS Entitlement  to  special  pays  is  linked  to  the member’s  status,  professional  qualifications,  or duty   assignment. Special  pays  are  broken down  in  part  one  of  the  DODFMR. INCENTIVE   PAYS Many  members  may  also  be  entitled  to incentive  pay.  Incentive  pay  is  also  referred  to as  hazardous  duty  pay  since  this  type  of  pay is  given  to  members  whose  duty  subjects  them to  abnormal  hazards. Incentive   pays   are contained  in  part  two  of  the  DODFMR. ALLOWANCES An  allowance  is  an  amount  of  money  paid to  a  member  to  provide  for  facilities,  services, or   goods, such   as   food   (subsistence)   or government   quarters, when   they   are   not provided   by   the   Navy,   or   to   offset   some additional   living   expenses   created   by   a service-related   duty requirement. The following  allowances  are  found  in  part  three of  the  DODFMR: l  Basic  Allowance  for  Subsistence  (BAS) l  Basic  Allowance  for  Quarters  (with  or without   dependents)   (BAQ) l  Family  Separation  Allowance  (FSA) l   Station Allowance and   Variable Housing  Allowance  (SA/VHA) l  Clothing  Monetary  Allowances-En- isted  Member l   Officers’   Uniform   and   Equipment Allowance l   Personal   Money   Allowance Eligibility   for   allowances   is   not   quite   as evident  from  the  title  as  most  pays  are.  BAQ entitlement  can  be  earned  by  claiming  a variety  of  different  types  of  dependents  or,  for a single member, where he or she is stationed. There   are   two   levels   of   FSA   payments, depending   on   the   circumstances   of   the separation.  Check  these  out  carefully  in  the DODFMR   so   you   are   aware   of   all   the combinations  that  can  create  an  entitlement. MISCELLANEOUS   PAYMENTS Part   four   of   the   DODFMR   gives   the various  reasons  where  one  of  the  above  pay  or allowances   may   be   received   by   a   member outside  of  normal  payment  procedures.  A member  may  receive  a  pay  before  earning  it (such  as  advance  basic  pay  in  connection  with a  permanent  change  of  station)  or  be  given  an allowance ahead of actual entitlement (such as advance  BAS  given  before  a  member  goes  on leave). A   member   may   be   mentally incompetent   or physically unavailable (missing,   MIA,   or   POW),   but   entitlement continues   and   dependents   still   need   to   be provided  for.  Chapters  1  through  3  of  part f o u r    o f    t h e    D O D F M R    p r o v i d e    t h is information. Members  separating  from  the  service  may be  entitled  to  certain  other  payments.  Chapter 4  of  part  four  of  the  DODFMR  also  provide information  on  pay  given  for  leave  not  used before  separation,  severance  pay,  money  due to  a  member  if  a  contract  agreement  with  the Navy  was  canceled,  and  other  instances. TRAVEL  ALLOWANCES The  pays  and  allowances  given  above  are derived  from  the  DODFMR  and  are  usually paid  on  a  regular  basis  to  a  member  or  are based   on   a   regularly   received   pay   or allowance. W h e n    a    m e m b e r    a n d / or dependents  are  required  to  travel  or  move,  on either  a  temporary  or  permanent  basis,  and have  been  issued  orders  placing  them  in  a travel  status,  there  exists  another  set  of allowances   that   are   paid   to   offset   expenses created  by  the  move. 13-6

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