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Here is the 6 AUG 2020 Force Health Protection Guidance – Supplement 12:
On Thursday, Aug. 6, 2020, the Department of Defense released Force Health Protection Guidance – Supplement 12, which provides guidance for DOD personnel traveling during the Coronavirus Disease 2019 pandemic. Supplement 12 provides pre- and post-travel guidance for the force health protection of military members, their families, DOD civilian employees and DOD contractors.
The guidance details information on the following:
- Steps to be taken during Restriction of Movement
- Determining whether to travel
- Travel guidance in addition to Restriction of Movement
- Additional guidance to assist commanders with travel decisions
- Additional guidance for Reserve and National Guard personnel
The guidance can be found here.
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Question: If I execute PCS orders, how long do I have to stay in the Navy before I can retire or resign?
Answer: This is something called “retainability” and is detailed in paragraph 9 (on page 6) of OPNAVINST 1300.15B – Navy Military Personnel Assignment Policy. Here’s the quick and dirty version.
It all depends on where you’re coming from and going to:
- Coming from OCONUS to CONUS = You must wait 1 year before you can get out of the Navy.
- Going to a CONUS operational billet = also 1 year.
- Coming from CONUS to a shore/non-operational billet = 2 years.
- Going OCONUS anywhere = You must serve the full tour length, which depends on your specialty and where you’re going. I could try to explain tour lengths, but it can get complicated. If you’re not sure what your tour length is, ask your Detailer.
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