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5.   SSN/DESIGNATOR-Enter   the   person’s SSN  and  designator. 6.  DATE–Enter  the  date  the  orders  are prepared. 7.   REF–Enter   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   ABOUT–Enter   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 ABOUT–Used  when  authorization-type  orders are  issued. In  no  case  will  the  date  for commencement  of  travel  be  shown  in  both Blocks  9  and  10  of  the  same  order. 11.   APPROXIMATE N U M B E R    OF DAYS–Indicate   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 - TURN–Enter   the   date   the   individual   is expected   to complete t h e    T E M A DD assignment  and  return  to  the  permanent  duty station. 13.   ITINERARY–Enter   the   commands   and geographical  locations  where  the  member  is  to report   during   the   course   of   the   TEMADD assignment,    beginning 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 return.” 15.   REASON   FOR   TRAVEL–A   brief, plain  language  description  of  the  basic  reason for  the  TEMADD,  such  as  the  name  of  a seminar   being   attended, an   operational 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 NECESSARY–This   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. The use  of  this  block  should  be  avoided  whenever possible. 1 7 .    F I S C A L    D A T A    A C C O U N T I N G CLASSIFICATION–The    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, chapter 2. 18.   ESTIMATED   COST–Enter   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. Most 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). If   the 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 expenses cover such   things   as rental automobiles,  taxi  fares,  training  fees,  and  so forth. 1 9 .    C U S T O M E R    I D E N T I F I C A T I ON CODE–This  is  also  15-character  alphanumeric number.  The  positions  are  as  follows: 14.   TEMADD,   TEMADDCON,   TEM- ADDINS–Enter  an  X  to  indicate  the  type  of TEMADD  to  which  the  individual  is  assigned. 13-2

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