TERMINATION OF DEPARTURE AUTHORITY FOR INDIVIDUALS AT HIGHER RISK FROM COVID-19:
1 NAVADMINs are known that
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SUBJ/TERMINATION OF DEPARTURE AUTHORITY FOR INDIVIDUALS AT HIGHER RISK FROM
NARR/REF A IS NAVADMIN 116/20, NAVY MITIGATION MEASURES IN RESPONSE TO
CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK UPDATE 4.
REF B IS MEMO FROM UNDERSECRETARY OF DEFENSE FOR PERSONNEL AND READINESS (USD
PR), AUTHORIZED DEPARTURE-INDIVIDUALS AT HIGHER RISK FROM COVID-19.
REF C IS MEMO FROM USD PR, AUTHORIZED DEPARTURE FOR INDIVIDUALS AT HIGHER
RISK FROM COVID-19-TERMINATION OF DEPARTURE AUTHORITY.
REF D IS THE JOINT TRAVEL REGULATIONS.//
RMKS/1. Paragraph 3.F of reference (a) announced the authorized departure of
dependents in line with reference (b). This NAVADMIN announces the
termination of that authorized departure in line with reference (c).
2. In line with reference (c), Department of Defense eligible family members
and civilian employees who did not have travel orders approved prior to 7 May
2020, may no longer use the authority of reference (b) to depart their duty
station. For those currently at a safe haven authorized by reference (b),
the Department of State has extended all current global authorized departures
until 11 June 2020. All authorized departure allowances are terminated
effective 11 June 2020. For those who had orders approved after 7 May 2020
and have travelled to a safe haven, contact the Military Pay and Compensation
Policy Branch (OPNAV N130) via e-mail at email@example.com for further
3. In line with table 6-19 of reference (d), dependents departing a non-
foreign location OCONUS or foreign location will receive return
transportation from the safe haven to the Service Members permanent duty
station (PDS) if the days remaining on their tour of duty on the dependents
scheduled arrival date is 60 or more days. The secretarial process must be
used for return travel to the PDS if the days remaining on the tour of duty
on the dependents scheduled arrival date is 59 days or less. For those cases,
submit requests to OPNAV N130 via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
4. In line with section 060107-B-3 of reference (d), if return travel cannot
be completed by the termination date of 11 June 2020, due to circumstances
beyond the control of the traveler, a request for extension of safe haven
allowances may be submitted to OPNAV N130 via email at
5. Family members must work with their Service Member to contact their
command as soon as possible to make return travel arrangements, regardless of
when they plan to travel back. International travel is difficult due to the
limited travel options and starting the process early is important. Delay in
making return travel arrangements risks the inability to travel before 11
June 2020, when safe haven allowances cease.
6. Service Members should contact their command to determine if any
restriction of movement, isolation or quarantine requirements are required by
the host country upon return.
7. Service Members with questions regarding this NAVADMIN should contact
MyNavy Career Center (MNCC), available 24/7, by phone at
(833) 330-MNCC ((833) 330-6622) or via e-mail at email@example.com.
8. This NAVADMIN will remain in effect until superseded or canceled,
whichever occurs first.
9. Released by Vice Admiral John B. Nowell, Jr, N1.//