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In summary, if you report to your next command within the maximum time allowed, you will save the corresponding number of days of leave.    Leave may be accumulated and carried forward to the next fiscal year   up   to   a   maximum   of   60   days. In   special circumstances 90 days’ special leave accrual may be authorized for deployable units if deployed more than 120 consecutive days. NROTC RESERVE AND RESERVE OFFICERS REPORTING FROM CIVILIAN LIFE If   you   are   an   NROTC   graduate   who   did   not immediately report to active duty upon graduation or a Reserve officer appointed from civil life to your first duty,  your  orders  will  tell  you  to  report  to  a  certain command on a certain date.  Since you are in a nonpay status when you receive your orders, you will not be authorized leave or proceed time.   If you arrive a few days  late,  you  simply  are  not  paid  for  those  days. (You may be disciplined if the delay is not excused.) When you report, you are placed in a pay status and are entitled to receive pay for travel from your home of record to your duty station. FIGURING THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF YOUR ORDERS The  effective  date  of  your  orders  is  important  if your  dependents  are  moving  with  you  to  your  first duty station.   The dependency must exist on or before the   effective   date   of   your   orders;   otherwise,   the government   will   not   pay   dependent   transportation expenses.   (The next section deals with the details of reimbursement.) The effective date of your orders is the date you must   begin   travel   by   the   mode   of   transportation authorized  and/or  used  to  report  to  your  new  duty station by the time stated on the orders from your last permanent station or your last temporary duty station (if any) named in your orders. Assume   you   receive   orders   that   require   travel within the continental United States.  You must report to  your  new  duty  station  not  later  than  2  February. You are authorized 16 days’ leave and the applicable amount of travel time.   The official highway distance to your duty station is 530 miles.   Therefore, you are authorized  2  days’  travel  time  by  privately  owned conveyance  (POC)  or  1  day’s  travel  by  commercial 2-8 OFFICERS TRAVEL TIME PROCEED TIME LEAVE USN Officers appointed from civil life Air (government or commer- cial):  1 day anywhere in continental United States. POC:  1 day/350 miles and 1 day/each fraction of 350 miles (more than 175 miles).  Com- mercial surface time same as for OIS. Not entitled to proceed time Any delay is charged to advance leave and is deducted from leave earned during the coming year. Staff Corps Officers graduating from OIS Same as for OIS Not entitled to proceed time to first permanent duty station Normally, no standard number of days leave allowed: however, 5 days’ leave is generally indicated in the majority of cases, dependent both on amount of leave accrued and the degree of need for the officer at the new duty station. Table 2-1.—Travel, Proceed, and Leave Time—Continued

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