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NAVY GUIDANCE FOR SPECIAL LEAVE ACCRUAL DUE TO IMPACT OF RECENT HURRICANES

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ROUTINE
R 061540Z DEC 17
FM CNO WASHINGTON DC
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MSGID/GENADMIN/CNO WASHINGTON DC/N1/DEC//

SUBJ/NAVY GUIDANCE FOR SPECIAL LEAVE ACCRUAL DUE TO IMPACT OF RECENT 
HURRICANES//

REF/A/DOC/DOD/16JUN09//
REF/B/DOC/COMNAVPERSCOM/22JAN10//
NARR/REF A IS DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE LEAVE AND LIBERTY POLICY AND PROCEDURES.  
REF B IS MILPERSMAN ARTICLE 1050-070, SPECIAL LEAVE ACCRUAL.//

RMKS/1.  In line with references (a) and (b), duty in support of humanitarian 
and emergency assistance for hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria are designated 
as qualifying events for special leave accrual (SLA).

2.  Commanding officers (CO) and officers in charge (OIC) may approve SLA for 
Navy members whose leave was canceled between 24 August 2017 and 30 September 
2017 due to the hurricanes referenced in paragraph 1.  SLA approval for this 
event is limited to the amount of leave that was canceled or disapproved, up 
to a maximum of 14 days.  SLA approved for this event will expire 30 
September 2018.

3.  COs and OICs will utilize the verification and administrative procedures 
in reference (b).  Commands with questions regarding this guidance are 
encouraged to contact their local personnel support detachment (PSD).  PSDs 
with questions may contact CDR Teresa Mitchell, OPNAV N130C, at (703) 604-
5474/DSN 664, or e-mail at nxag_n130c(at)navy.mil.

4.  Released by Vice Admiral R. P. Burke, N1.//

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