5. SSN/DESIGNATOR-Enter the persons
SSN and designator.
6. DATEEnter the date the orders are
7. REFEnter any references that direct
the travel of the individual or are pertinent to
the purpose of the TEMADD.
8. INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP TRAVEL-
Enter an X if the member is traveling
individually, or as part of a group.
9. PROCEED ON OR ABOUTEnter the
anticipated date on which the individual is
required to commence travel. This block is to
be used only for directive-type orders.
10. AUTHORIZED PROCEED ON OR
ABOUTUsed when authorization-type orders
In no case will the date for
commencement of travel be shown in both
Blocks 9 and 10 of the same order.
N U M B E R OF
DAYSIndicate the number of days it is
anticipated that the member will be away
from the duty station.
1 2 . E S T I M A T E D D A T E O F R E -
TURNEnter the date the individual is
t h e T E M A DD
assignment and return to the permanent duty
13. ITINERARYEnter the commands and
geographical locations where the member is to
report during the course of the TEMADD
with the permanent
duty station. List the TEMADD station(s) in
the order they will be visited, if there is more
than one, and end with the phrase and
15. REASON FOR TRAVELA brief,
plain language description of the basic reason
for the TEMADD, such as the name of a
seminar being attended,
exercise, and so forth.
16. AUTHORIZED VISIT TO SUCH
A D D I T I O N A L P L A C E S A S M A Y BE
NECESSARYThis block should be used
when the itinerary shown in Block 13 is not
firm and it is anticipated that the traveler may
have to visit other activities in the same
geographical areas listed in Block 13.
use of this block should be avoided whenever
1 7 . F I S C A L D A T A A C C O U N T I N G
CLASSIFICATIONThe complete Accounting
Classification Code, consisting of nine coding
elements and the standard document number
and its constructions can be found in the
Officer Transfer Manual, NAVPERS 15559A,
18. ESTIMATED COSTEnter the esti-
mated costs of transportation, per diem,
miscellaneous expenses, and the grand total in
this block. The source of these estimates
varies depending on local practice.
personnel support detachments (PSDs) have a
travel section that can arrange and provide
transportation costs for getting the member to
the TEMADD duty station(s).
individual is to travel via a private vehicle,
enter the total mileage allowance here. Per
diem rates are found in the Joint Federal
Travel Regulations (JFTR). Miscellaneous
such things as
automobiles, taxi fares, training fees, and so
1 9 . C U S T O M E R I D E N T I F I C A T I ON
CODEThis is also 15-character alphanumeric
number. The positions are as follows:
14. TEMADD, TEMADDCON, TEM-
ADDINSEnter an X to indicate the type of
TEMADD to which the individual is assigned.