Under the directive, the navy does not have a maximum allowable distance for spouses` service stations, but says that “90 miles should be used as a guide for reviewing co-location applications.” 2. Top priority. Being with your spouse is now the default setting for military dual couples. Although the new article indicates in advance that Co-Location is not always possible, due to each sailor`s careers as well as the needs of the service, it is now the default position of your detailer and as long as your records show you as a dual military, they cannot say they did not know. “The navy recognizes the importance of families and, if not quite, it can affect the life of a sailor,” officials said in a press release. “The co-location of two military couples is part of family support. This is a priority, with the balance of the will to float. The revised directive updates co-location and distribution procedures and makes market negotiations less cumbersome. Once you are finally deployed together, you must respond to another 1306 with my [date] PRD request to my spouse, [rank] [rate] [first, last, middle] [last four of SSN], which has a PRD of [date] under [command name]. Colocation tours for registered sailors are always 3 years old, so you leave both at the same time.
If a CF is subject to the maritime obligation for 6 years and an HM of 2 years, you want to adjust your rotation time so that one of you does not receive orders from the sky. NOTE: If one of you is abroad for any reason, or if it is extended, it will not reduce that sailor`s PRD. The member member will be 3 years old and the member who is already there will only be stuck 3 years up how long they have already done on command. As more sticks are open to registered officers and sailors, the practice becomes easier, says the press release. “This affects nearly 20,000 sailors we know now,” Rear Adm said. Ken Whitesell, commercial director at Navy Personnel Command. “There are 9,000 pairs of marines and about 2,000 sailors who have identified themselves as spouses in another department in the system, but the number could increase.” If you think you don`t have a family care plan, you and your spouse should sit down with both chains of command and have a really serious discussion. Seriously, make an appointment with your MCC and bring your spouse to discuss the situation.
The sooner you do it, the better. Don`t wait until the week before it`s made available to tell your LPO that you can`t get started because you don`t have anyone to watch your child, okay? This is a serious failure of responsibility. Your chain of command is here to help. CMCs can call and speed up orders to allow one of you to work ashore. In 99% of cases, your order will prevent you from helping you stay in the Navy. You can also encourage one of you to apply for the Career Intermission Program. There are a lot of options out there and your chain of command can and will help you. But you have to give them enough time to work, so talk to them. Until you are officially looking for the navy, you will be treated like an individual sailboat. This means that you are under the normal rules of the BAH. According to the JTR, you are not entitled to the BAH/OHA until you are an E6 at sea or an E7 on land service.
Detailed instructions can be made in the r/Navy wiki area on BAH. Some commands require E6 to live in the barracks. It sucks, but you won`t get a BAH. For couples who are not currently colonizing, they can now apply for reassignment, provided that the sailor applying for the co-site has completed at least one year on his current command, that relief can be found for them and that they are not also in order of training. to place them in a training status. 18 months before your new PRD, you should both be closer to your retailer. Don`t wait until you`re in your 12-month trading window to pass on a 1306.