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overseas  assignment;  for  example,  medical  or  legal problems  incurred  before  arriving  at  an  ultimate  duty station. WAIVERS OF SCREENING REQUIREMENTS While   strict   adherence   to   overseas   screening requirements cannot be    overemphasized, CHNAVPERS  or  EPMAC  can  grant  waivers  on  a case-by-case basis as conditions warrant. Individual COs can judge the qualifications and potential of each member best. A CO may decide that a waiver is in order on completion of the overseas screening interview even though  a  member  is  not  technically  qualified  for overseas  assignment.  Such  requests  for  waivers  under these  conditions  are  encouraged  and  should  be submitted  to  CHNAVPERS  (PERS  40)  or  EPMAC  for nondesignated  SN/AN/FN. A  request  for  a  waiver  must  be  completely documented   with   comments   on   the   member’s performance   with   particular   emphasis   placed   on potential.   CHNAVPERS   (PERS   40)   (EPMAC   for nondesignated  SN/AN/FN)  screens  the  request  and makes  the  final  decision. REASSIGNMENT DUE TO UNSUITABILITY If   the   CO   of   an   overseas   activity   receives improperly  screened  personnel  or  dependents,  the overseas activity should send an overseas screening deficiency   report   (OSDR)   as   shown   in   the ENLTRANSMAN, chapter 4, by message or letter to CHNAVPERS  (PERS  40  and  PERS  462).  Include EPMAC  as  an  action  addee  if  nondesignated SN/AN/FN  are  involved. If reassignment (early return) of the member is desired due to unsuitability, submit the report as an OSDR for early return. This procedure is not used as a means of transferring personnel instead of disciplinary or  administrative  action.  Its  use  is  restricted  to  those cases where transfer is the only possible solution. Each case  is  decided  on  its  merits  by  CHNAVPERS  or EPMAC. If transfer is approved, make sure a page 13 service record  entry  is  made  indicating  unsuitability  for overseas  duty  and  reasons  for  disqualification.  On approval of early return, send an availability report according to the ENLTRANSMAN, chapter 20. Include all factors of the transfer. To permit CHNAVPERS or EPMAC disposition, inform your area commander, fleet commander, and BUMED if reason is medical. Personnel determined to be unsuitable for continued overseas  service  will,  on  approval  of  CHNAVPERS  or EPMAC  for  nondesignated  SN/AN/FN,  be  transferred to duty for which they are eligible. OVERSEAS SCREENING REPORTS There  are  two  reports  dealing  with  overseas screening:  report  of  suitability/unsuitability  and  OSDR. The report of suitability/unsuitability as shown in the    ENLTRANSMAN,    chapter    4,    is    sent    to CHNAVPERS  (PERS  40  and  PERS  462)  by  the command  completing  the  overseas  screening  and reports whether an individual or dependents are suitable or  unsuitable  for  overseas  duty.  For  nondesignated SN/FN/AN,  this  report  is  sent  to  EPMAC  info CHNAVPERS  (PERS  462). The OSDR as shown in the ENLTRANSMAN, chapter 4, is sent to CHNAVPERS (PERS 40, PERS 462,  and  PERS  466)  when  an  overseas  command receives  improperly  screened  personnel  or  dependents. For nondesignated SN/FN/AN, this report is sent to EPMAC  and  CHNAVPERS  (PERS  462  and  PERS  662). This message reports discrepancies in the screening conducted by the transferring command that mayor may not require early return of the member or dependents. This message may also request early return due to reasons   other   than   screening   deficiencies.   These requests  are  prompted  by  problems  that  develop  after arrival overseas that make a member or dependents unsuitable  for  continued  overseas  assignment. CHNAVPERS sends OSDRS to the responsible manning control authority (MCA) and BUMED, where appropriate.  The  MCA  tasks  the  immediate  superior  in command  (ISIC)  of  the  transferring  activity  to  correct conditions causing the improper screening. The CO or OIC of the transferring command is the ultimate person responsible for proper screening of personnel  transferring  overseas. In most cases, the CO or OIC delegates his or her authority to other persons to actually do the screening. The CO or an officer acting or the OIC signs the Report of  Suitability  for  Overseas  Assignment,  NAVPERS 1300/16. To summarize, you, as the supervisor of the ship’s personnel  office,  squadron  personnel  office,  transfers 2-16

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