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CONVALESCENT   LEAVE:   A  period  of authorized  absence  granted  to  members  who are  under  medical  care.  Such  leave  is  part  of the  treatment  prescribed  and  is  NOT  charged to  the  member’s  leave  entitlement. EMERGENY   LEAVE:   Leave  granted  for a  personal  or  family  emergency  that  requires the   member’s   presence. This  is  the  only instance   where   granting   leave   that   would become  excess  leave  would  be  considered. EXCESS   LEAVE: Leave   granted   in excess   of   earned   leave   and   advance   leave during  which  the  individual  is  not  entitled  to pay  and  allowances.  Generally,  a  minus  leave balance  at  the  time  of  release  from  active duty,   discharge,   desertion,   or   death   is considered  excess  leave.  Normally,  a  member is  required  to  pay  the  government  back  when an  excess  leave  balance  exists  at  separation. LEAVE   AUTHORIZATION The   Leave   Request/Authorization,   NAV- COMPT   Form   3065,   is   used   to   request, authorize, and report leave that is not included with  orders.  Sections  1  and  3  through  22  of the  NAVCOMPT  Form  3065  are  completed by  the  individual  requesting  the  leave. MILPERSMAN  Article  3020180  provides the  guidelines  concerning  granting  of  leave and  determining  if  a  day  is  counted  as  leave against  the  member’s  account.  The  member cannot  commence  leave  before  the  end  of  the member’s  working  hours  on  a  day  of  duty  or that  day  will  count  as  a  leave  day.  If  the member   has   no   regular   duties   on   that   day, such   as   a   weekend   day,   the   leave   can commence at any hour and the day will not be counted  as  a  day  of  leave.  The  day  of  return from  leave  is  counted  as  a  day  of  leave, except  when  such  return  is  made  at  or  before the  commencement  of  the  member’s  normal working   hours. LEAVE   PROCEDURES SECNAVINST  7220.81  and MILPERSMAN Article   3020200   give   detailed   procedures   to be   followed   when   personnel   request,   depart on,  and  return  from  leave.  Instructions  for  the assignment  of  the  leave  control  number  in Block   2   of   the   NAVCOMPT   Form   3065, distribution  of  the  copies  of  the  NAVCOMPT Form  3065,  and  leave  tickler  procedures  are also  given. PAY   AND   ALLOWANCES Pay   is   broken   down   into   three   types: basic,   special,   and   incentive.   You   should learn  these  three  types  of  pay  and,  in  general, the  requirements  for  entitlement.  The  actual amount  of  pay  may  change  from  year  to  year, depending   on   Congressional   budgetary actions. Current   amounts   are   given   in changes  to  the  listed  manuals.  Another  main source  of  information  for  current  pay  rates  is your  local  disbursing  office.  It  is  in  your  best interest  that  you  maintain  a  good  working relationship  with  the  personnel  serving  in  the disbursing   office. BASIC  PAY Basic pay is a monthly salary earned by all personnel   on   active   duty,   based   on   the paygrade  and  the  number  of  years  of  service. Service   counted   for   basic   pay   purposes consists   of   active   and   inactive   service   for certain  military  organizations.  Medical  and Dental  Corps  officers  receive  credit  for  their training  as  civilians. The  Department   of Defense  Financial  Management  Regulation (DODFMR),   DOD   7000.14-R,   part   one, chapter  1,  lists  the  creditable  service  used  for computing  basic  pay. 13-5

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