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Army Regulation 55­46

Transportation and Travel

Travel Overseas

Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC 20 June 1994

Unclassified

SUMMARY of CHANGE

AR 55­46 Travel Overseas The printing of this UPDATE-o Redefines responsibilities for the Headquarters, Department of the Army Staff, major Army commands, and overseas commanders (chap 1). Updates requirements for soldier eligibility to travel overseas (chap 1). Clarifies designated place moves for family members based on selection of soldier's tour (chap 2). Clarifies Army port call availability windows (chap 3). Includes current policy on the decentralization of the Dependent Student Travel Program (chap 4). Incorporates requirements for movement between overseas commands (mandatory concurrent travel for consecutive overseas tours) (chap 5). Includes a new chapter on escort entitlement (chap 6). Includes a new chapter on emergency leave travel entitlement (chap 7). Includes requirements and procedures for temporary duty travel overseas (chap 8). Provides a listing of international airports authorized for soldiers to travel in/out of CONUS on emergency leave travel orders (app E). o o

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Headquarters Department of the Army Washington, DC 20 June 1994 Transportation and Travel

*Army Regulation 55­46

Effective 20 July 1994

Travel Overseas

this regulation implements policy in DoD 4500.54. Applicability. This regulation applies to the Active Army, the Army National Guard, and the U.S. Army Reserve. This regulation is applicable during mobilization. Proponent and exception authority. The proponent of this regulation is the Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel. The proponent has the authority to approve exceptions to this regulation that are consistent with controlling law and regulation. Proponents may delegate the approval authority in writing, to a division chief within the proponent agency who holds the grade of colonel or the civilian equivalent. Army management control process. This regulation contains management control provisions according to AR 11-2 and contains checklists for conducting management control reviews. Supplementation. This regulation may be supplemented by major Army overseas commanders if required. One copy of each supplement will be furnished to HQDA (DAPE­MBB), WASH DC 20310­0300. Other supplementation or establishment of command or local forms is prohibited without prior approval from HQDA (DAPE­MBB), WASH DC 20310­0300. Suggested Improvements. Users are invited to send comments and suggested improvements on DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms) directly to Commander, U.S. Total Army Personnel Command, ATTN: TAPC­MOT, 200 Stovall St., Alexandria, VA 22332­0433. Distribution. Distribution of this publication is made in accordance with the requirements on DA Form 12­09­E, block number 3542, intended for command level A for Active Army, Army National Guard, and U.S. Army Reserve.

History. This issue publishes a revision of this publication. Because the publication has been extensively revised, the changed portions have not been highlighted. Summary. This regulation implements the entitlements to travel overseas prescribed in chapters 4, 5, 6, and 7 of the Joint Federal Travel Regulations, Volume 1. In addition,

Contents

(Listed by paragraph and page number)

Chapter 1 Introduction, page 1 Section I Overview, page 1 Purpose · 1­1, page 1 References · 1­2, page 1 Explanation of abbreviations and terms · 1­3, page 1 Section II Responsibilities, page 1 Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel · 1­4, page 1 Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics · 1­5, page 1 Commanding General, U.S. Total Army Personnel Command · 1­6, page 1 Commanding General, Military Traffic Management Command · 1­7, page 1 Commanders of major Army commands · 1­8, page 1 Commanders of continental United States installations · 1­9, page 1 Overseas commanders · 1­10, page 2 Section III Requirements for Entitlement to Transportation, page 2 Military personnel · 1­11, page 2

Civilian personnel · 1­12, page 2 Service requirements · 1­13, page 2 Family members of soldiers not entitled to transportation or who enter the command without proper endorsement · 1­14, page 2 Soldiers who acquire family members after assignment overseas · 1­15, page 3 Restrictions · 1­16, page 3 Medical documentation requirements · 1­17, page 3 Transportation for close blood and affinitive relatives · 1­18, page 4 Chapter 2 Briefing Sponsor Prior to Permanent Duty Assignment Overseas, page 4 Providers for briefing · 2­1, page 4 Eligibility for transportation of family members at Government expense · 2­2, page 4 Family separation allowance · 2­3, page 4 Designated place moves for soldiers assigned to a dependentrestricted tour (JFTR, para U5222­D) · 2­4, page 4 Selection of tour · 2­5, page 4 Selection of " accompanied" tour · 2­6, page 4 Selection of " unaccompanied" tour · 2­7, page 5 Designated place moves for soldiers serving an "unaccompanied" tour · 2­8, page 5 Change of tour from " accompanied" to "unaccompanied" · 2­9, page 5

* This regulation supersedes AR 55­46, 6 October 1975; and AR 1­40, 15 September 1980.

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Contents--Continued Change of tour from "unaccompanied" to "accompanied" · 2­10, page 5 Application for concurrent travel--category 2 · 2­11, page 5 Designated place moves for nonconcurrent travel decision · 2­12, page 6 Sponsors with insufficient remaining service to qualify for overseas movement of family members · 2­13, page 6 Restrictions on travel of infants, unaccompanied children, and pregnant women · 2­14, page 6 Medical documentation requirements · 2­15, page 6 Passports and visas · 2­16, page 6 Naturalization of alien family members · 2­17, page 6 Notification of change of address · 2­18, page 6 Reporting at terminals · 2­19, page 6 Exceptional Family Member Program and medical, educational, and dental care · 2­20, page 6 Chapter 3 Port Calls, page 8 Policy · 3­1, page 8 Requesting port calls · 3­2, page 8 DA Form 4600 (Travelope) · 3­3, page 8 Port call offices · 3­4, page 8 Cancellations. · 3­5, page 8 Chapter 4 Dependent Student Travel, page 9 Student travel policy · 4­1, page 9 Eligibility, entitlements, and restrictions · 4­2, page 9 Application, processing, and travel arrangements · 4­3, page 9 Statements of nonavailability · 4­4, page 10 Lost, stolen, or destroyed tickets · 4­5, page 10 Required travel documents · 4­6, page 10 Travel security · 4­7, page 10 Funding · 4­8, page 10 Reporting · 4­9, page 10 Student Travel Operations Center · 4­10, page 10 Chapter 5 Family Member Travel, page 12 Section I Travel to Overseas Locations and Subsequent Sponsorship, page 12 Possible events · 5­1, page 12 In contingency alerts · 5­2, page 12 Family members acquired after the effective date of PCS orders and desiring travel to the overseas location · 5­3, page 12 Family members who travel to the overseas location at personal expense while the soldier is serving an unaccompanied tour · 5­4, page 12 Family members who travel to the overseas location at personal expense while soldier is serving an accompanied tour · 5­5, page 12 Section II Movement Within and Between Overseas Commands, page 12 Movement within overseas commands or designated place · 5­6, page 12 Movement between overseas commands or designated place · 5­7, page 12 Section III Return from the Overseas Command, page 13 Early return of family members due to official situations · 5­8, page 13 Advance return of family members due to personal situations · 5­9, page 13 Return travel of family members under the Missing Persons Act or upon death of the sponsor · 5­10, page 13 Return travel of family members of soldiers separated from the Army or relieved from active duty · 5­11, page 14 Chapter 6 Escort Entitlements, page 14 Authorization · 6­1, page 14 Soldier as escort · 6­2, page 14 Escort travel by a sole-parent soldier or dual military couples · 6­3, page 14 Transportation incident to evacuation of family members. · 6­4, page 14 Escort travel of dependents when soldier dies, is declared missing, or is injured · 6­5, page 14 Travel · 6­6, page 14 Approval and funding · 6­7, page 15 Chapter 7 Emergency Leave Travel, page 15 Approval · 7­1, page 15 Travel for close-blood or affinitive relatives · 7­2, page 15 Travel authorizations or orders · 7­3, page 15 Chapter 8 Temporary Duty Travel Overseas, page 18 Basis for activity · 8­1, page 18 Eligibility · 8­2, page 18 Policy · 8­3, page 18 Supporting activities · 8­4, page 18 Processing requests · 8­5, page 18 Clearance and briefing requirements · 8­6, page 19 Passport and visa requirements · 8­7, page 19 Requesting the DoD Force Foreign Clearance Guide · 8­8, page 19 Appendixes A. B. C. D. References, page 20 Delegation of Approval Authority, page 20 Travel Authorizations, page 22 List of Responsible Installations, page 34

E. Listing of Official International Airports in the United States, page 78 F. G. Personnel Assistance Points, page 81 Overseas Tour Lengths for U.S. Service Members (Table G-1) per DoD Directive 1315.7 (other than the Defense Attache System), page 83 Management Control Evaluation Checklist, page 86

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Table List Table 7­1: Emergency leave travel when the soldier's permanent duty station (PDS) is in CONUS, page 16 Table 7­2: Emergency leave travel when the solider's permanent duty station is OCONUS and the soldier is accompanied by command sponsored family members, page 16 Table 7­3: Emergency Leave Travel when the solider is stationed OCONUS and the soldier is accompanied by NON-COMMAND SPONSORED family members, page 17 Table 7­4: Emergency Leave Travel when the solider is stationed OCONUS and the family members are residing in CONUS, page 17 Table 7­5: Emergency Leave Travel when the solider is performing Temporary Duty, page 17 Table B­1: Delegation of approval authority, page 21

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Contents--Continued Table D­1: List of installations responsible for household goods, page 34 Table F­1: Personnel Assistance Points, page 81 Table G­1: U.S. Soldiers Oversea Tour Lengths, page 83 Figure List Figure 2­1: Guidesheet for Accompanied Personnel, page 7 Figure 2­2: Guidesheet for Unaccompanied Personnel, page 7 Figure 3­1: Instructions for completing DA Form 4600, page 8 Figure 4­1: Student Travel Guidesheet, page 11 Figure 4­2: Sample Statement of Nonavailability, page 11 Figure C­1: Sample concurrent travel authorization, page 22 Figure C­2: Sample deferred travel authorization, page 23 Figure C­3: Sample disapproved (nonconcurrent) travel, page 24 Figure C­4: Sample student travel space required travel authorization, page 25 Figure C­5: Sample student travel space available travel authorization, page 26 Figure C­6: Sample travel authorization for space available travel of acquired family members / or close blood and affinitive relatives, page 27 Figure C­7: Sample travel authorization for advance return of dependents, page 28 Figure C­8: Sample Overseas Travel Authorization for Dependents on Emergency Leave (without sponsor), page 29 Figure C­9: Sample Overseas Travel Authorization Pursuant to the Missing Persons Act or Upon Death of Sponsor, page 30 Figure C­10: Sample Overseas Travel Authorization Pursuant to Separation from the Army or Relief from Active Duty, page 31 Figure C­11: Sample Space Available Travel Authorization for Family Members on Emergency Leave, page 32 Figure C­12: Order for Member to Travel as Escort for Military Dependent, page 33 Figure C­13: Sample Emergency Leave Travel Order for a Soldier, page 33 Glossary Index

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Chapter 1 Introduction

Section I Overview 1­1. Purpose a. This regulation-- (1) Establishes policies and prescribes procedures for moving soldiers and their family members. (2) Governs the preparation for and travel (transportation at Government expense or on a space available basis) to, from, or between overseas areas, of soldiers and their family members entitled or authorized to travel by law, regulation, or departmental policy. b. This regulation has been reviewed and approved by the Per Diem, Travel and Transportation Allowance Committee (PDTATAC), according to DoD Directive 5154.29, dated 9 March 1993, as PDTATAC Case 930715. According to section 411 of Title 37, United States Code, DoD promulgated the Joint Federal Travel Regulations, Volume 1 (JFTR). The JFTR will take precedence over any inconsistent provision within this regulation. 1­2. References Required and related publications and prescribed and referenced forms are listed in appendix A. 1­3. Explanation of abbreviations and terms Abbreviations and terms used in this regulation are explained in the glossary. Section II Responsibilities 1­4. Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel The Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel (DCSPER) will-- a. Develop policies pertaining to the administrative processing for the movement of soldiers and family members. b. Represent the Army with the PDTATAC. c. Coordinate to ensure continuity in program administration within the uniformed services. d. Act as the approving authority for the Secretary of the Army for personnel travel issues as outlined in appendix B. 1­5. Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics The Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics (DCSLOG) will develop the policies and procedures for travel, and prescribe routes, and modes of travel to and from continental United States (CONUS) and between overseas areas for all Army-sponsored passengers. 1­6. Commanding General, U.S. Total Army Personnel Command The Commanding General, U.S. Total Army Personnel Command (PERSCOM) will-- a. Act as the command and control element for all Army transient soldiers and family members en route to, from, or between overseas areas. b. Provide emergency logistical and administrative assistance to soldiers, Department of Defense (DoD) civilians, and their family members en route to, from, or between overseas areas. c. Act for the DCSPER as the Army Program Manager for all aspects of the Army Dependent Student Travel Program. d. Provide emergency assistance to students through the toll free student number and Personnel Assistance Points (PAPs). e. Establish reporting requirements for major Army command (MACOM) commanders. f. Approve personnel travel issues as outlined in appendix B. 1­7. Commanding General, Military Traffic Management Command The Commanding General, Military Traffic Management Command (MTMC) will--

a. Monitor and provide guidance for port call effectiveness. b. Develop standardized routing guides for the movement of DoD passengers worldwide. 1­8. Commanders of major Army commands Commanders of major Army Commands (MACOMs) will-- a. Monitor all family member travel programs within their commands or administrative jurisdictions. b. Ensure eligibility requirements are met for the Dependent Student Travel Program and issue travel orders. Delegation below MACOM level is not authorized without prior approval from Commander, U.S. Total Army Personnel Command, ATTN: TAPC­MOT, 200 Stovall St., Alexandria, VA 22332­0433. c. Establish a primary and alternate program administrator for the Student Travel Program and furnish name, address, phone number, and message address to the PERSCOM Student Travel Office Commander, PERSCOM, ATTN: TAPC­MOT, 200 Stovall St., Alexandria, VA 22332­0433. d. Provide statistical data as required by PERSCOM. e. Establish awareness or public affairs programs for student travel to ensure sponsors understand the entitlement eligibility criteria. MACOMs will encourage sponsors to apply early for the movement of their dependent students. 1­9. Commanders of continental United States installations CONUS installation commanders will-- a. Determine whether travel of family members is authorized as outlined in this regulation. b. Verify the dependency of family members shown on DA Form 4787­R (Reassignment Processing) by using available documents in the personal financial record (PFR) together with the soldier's Military Personal Records Jacket (MPRJ). Resolve any discrepancies that may exist (for example, wards with limited privileges, custody issues, and so forth). Forward the extremely difficult cases through the chain of command to the DCSPER with these documents included: A command judge advocate review, applicable State law, and court order or custody agreement from that State. Forward the request to HQDA (DAPE­MBB­C), WASH DC 20310­0300. c. Counsel personnel per chapter 2 of this regulation. d. Follow the guidesheet in figure 2­1 for personnel authorized concurrent travel. For unaccompanied personnel who are not authorized concurrent travel, have selected an unaccompanied tour, or who are assigned to a dependent restricted area, follow the guidesheet in figure 2­2. e. Forward available overseas command brochures of general information to individuals concerned, by the most expeditious means, at current military or leave address. f. Issue DD Form 1056 (Authorization for Passport) and DSP­11 (Passport Application) per DoD 1000.21­R, to family members of military personnel eligible for and desiring Government transportation. Forms will be issued at the time of initial processing of application for concurrent travel. This includes close blood and affinitive relatives who are permanent members of the household, whenever this authorization would not violate international agreements between the United States and the country concerned. g. Ensure that the traveler possesses required passports and visas before issuing tickets. h. Approve deferred travel of family members to overseas areas when insufficient time remains for processing passport or concurrent travel applications. Insufficient time is defined as that period when the sponsor has less than 30 days remaining between date of receipt of orders and availability date or reporting date at the transportation area. The overseas commander will be advised of this approval. Exceptions may be coordinated with the gaining MACOM. i. Issue deferred travel authorization when the overseas commander indicates housing will be available between 61 and 140 days, or nonconcurrent travel when housing is unavailable for 140 days. For U.S. Army Europe only, deferred travel is between 31 and 140 days. j. Disapprove applications for concurrent travel when the sponsor 1

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does not qualify for transportation of family members per chapter 2 of this regulation. k. Disapprove applications for concurrent travel of family members when medical clearance has been denied by the overseas medical command. l. Administer appropriate immunizations for overseas travel as required by AR 40­562. m. Issue the travel authorization and perform processing for family members residing in an overseas area when the sponsor is stationed in the United States. The installation transportation office (ITO) will determine the place from which transportation at Government expense is authorized and will clearly state that place in the travel authorization. n. Approve or disapprove applications for movement of family members to a designated place in CONUS, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or a territory or possession of the United States per chapter 2 of this regulation. o. Issue authorizations for travel of family members under the Missing Persons Act, per appendix C, figure C­9. p. Require soldiers (except general officers) who are assigned to an area where application for concurrent travel is authorized, to elect to serve either the " accompanied" tour or the " unaccompanied" tour prior to departure from CONUS. q. Obtain statements from soldiers who desire to serve the " unaccompanied" tour. r. Approve concurrent travel for soldiers and family members to an overseas area which is listed as category 1 travel per AR 600­8­11, table 4­3 (except for soldiers with exceptional family members). s. Prepare original or amendatory orders that include the family's travel decision. t. Establish a central port call office to support all international passenger movements originating from the installation's geographical area of responsibility. u. Categories of travel for countries are listed in AR 600­8­11, table 4­3. 1­10. Overseas commanders Overseas commanders who are responsible for family member travel to their area will-- a. Verify dependency of family members shown on DA Form 4787­R when a soldier is traveling to another overseas command. b. Complete counseling and processing for soldiers who are traveling within or to an overseas command. c. Determine and authorize entry and command sponsorship of family members into the overseas command when a soldier is not assigned in a dependent restricted area. d. Issue travel authorizations for family members entering the overseas command. e. Furnish an estimated forecast of delay for the travel of family members. f. Forward command brochures of general information to installation commanders for transmittal to individuals traveling to their commands. Section III Requirements for Entitlement to Transportation 1­11. Military personnel If proper under the Joint Federal Travel Regulations (JFTR), Volume I, Chapter 5, Part c (Dependent Allowances for Transportation), commanders may authorize family members to accompany or join their military sponsor overseas at Government expense only when the sponsor fulfills the requirements listed below, or the sponsor exercises the appropriate option provided in paragraph 1­13 of this regulation. This is after it is determined that concurrent travel will be approved or the waiting period for housing is known. The sponsor will-- a. Have sufficient remaining service to complete the overseas tour prescribed for accompanied personnel in the area to which

assigned except as determined by the Secretary of the Army (such as medical officers in certain shortage specialties are authorized to serve 2-year accompanied tours in long tour areas). b. Have a minimum of 12 months service remaining on the overseas tour after the arrival of family members. Remaining overseas time may be waived by the MACOM. 1­12. Civilian personnel For requirements for civilian personnel, see the Joint Travel Regulations, Volume II. 1­13. Service requirements Sponsors with insufficient remaining service to qualify military sponsors who do not meet the service requirements to serve the " accompanied" tour length may overcome this disqualification by taking an appropriate action indicated below. a. Officers who have an established date of separation must apply for and obtain approval of extension of active duty. b. Enlisted soldiers must take appropriate action authorized per AR 601­280. c. When there is less than the minimum 12 months remaining on the sponsor's overseas tour, the sponsor must request an extension of foreign service per AR 614­30. 1­14. Family members of soldiers not entitled to transportation or who enter the command without proper endorsement a. Commanders will discourage soldiers from moving noncommand-sponsored family members overseas at their own expense to reside in the vicinity of the soldier's duty station. (1) Family members, not entitled to transportation at Government expense, will not travel to the overseas location on a space required or space available basis. Additionally, if family members are not command-sponsored, their return travel will be at personal expense. (2) The Department of the Army cannot preclude family members from traveling at their own expense and residing in the vicinity of a soldier's duty station outside CONUS. All concerned must recognize that a soldier's family members have the same travel privileges as other U.S. citizens. Additionally, commanders may not deny military family members, solely on the basis of a noncommand sponsorship status, medical service as provided by law, or post exchange and commissary privileges where these facilities are available to " command sponsored" family members. However, post exchange and commissary privileges may be denied or limited because of international agreements or, in individual cases, because these privileges have been abused (for example, by sales or gifts of purchases to individuals or groups not entitled to these privileges). (3) If family members enter the area without prior approval and reside in the vicinity of a soldier's duty station, the appropriate commander may, upon the soldier's request and after a reasonable period of time, recognize them as " command sponsored" family members. The commander will also require the soldier to complete the " accompanied" tour or have at least 12 months remaining on the tour after their arrival, whichever is longer. Soldiers must have sufficient remaining service to complete the prescribed tour. It is the commander's prerogative to determine the " reasonable period of time." Subsequent departure of family members will not be cause for a soldier to revert to the unaccompanied tour status.

Note. Overseas commanders will not command sponsor family members present in the vicinity of their overseas duty station unless the station is within an area where an " accompanied" tour is authorized (AR 614­30).

(4) If family members are recognized as " command sponsored" , the soldier is entitled to station allowances at the " with dependents" rate. Commanders may also authorize soldiers to mess separately. (5) Return transportation from a soldier's overseas station to the United States for noncommand-sponsored family members is the financial responsibility of the soldier or the family members. It is expected that, in some cases, soldiers will have insufficient funds to defray the cost of commercial transportation for their family members at the time of their reassignment, resulting in the stranding of

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their family members in the overseas area. Major overseas commanders are authorized to approve space available travel, as an exception to policy, in extenuating cases where national embarrassment may result from stranding family members in foreign countries. This authorization should be administered only after all other methods of returning the family members are exhausted (for example, obtaining emergency loans).

Note. Family members acquired by a soldier while serving on an overseas tour, who are citizens of that foreign country, cannot be considered as stranded in that country.

b. Major overseas commanders may approve space available travel for family members acquired in an overseas area during the course of a soldier's tour of duty there (if not otherwise entitled to transportation at Government expense), provided command regulations pertaining to their acquisition were complied with. Additionally, foreign nationals must complete the requirements of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service for entry into the United States. Space available transportation by Air Mobility Command (AMC) aircraft is authorized to the appropriate CONUS aerial port of debarkation (APOD) in conjunction with the soldier's permanent change of station (PCS) from the overseas command. When possible, families will travel with their sponsor, but only when space is available. Family members will be permitted to travel unaccompanied following departure of their sponsor if they cannot be accommodated on the same flight. Since space available travel is not a travel entitlement, soldiers should be advised that approval for this type of travel does not guarantee that space will be available at the time travel is desired and that, if a family member does not want to wait until space becomes available, travel must be by commercial means at personal expense and is nonreimbursable. c. The provisions of a(2) through (5) and b above also will be applied when family members are acquired by marriage, or otherwise, in overseas areas with the following exceptions-- (1) When soldiers stationed in Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico or a U.S. territory or possession acquire family members who are bona fide residents of such commonwealth, territory, possession or State, or are officials or other employees of the United States and stationed in Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico or a U.S. territory or possession, the provisions of a(3) above will not apply. If otherwise entitled, these personnel are authorized station allowances with family members and transportation of family members at Government expense incident to their next PCS, without being required to serve the tour prescribed for soldiers with family members or to have at least 12 months remaining on the overseas tour after their acquisition. (2) Soldiers who acquire family members in an overseas area will not be authorized station allowances as soldiers with family members, or transoceanic or overseas land transportation of family members at Government expense incident to their next permanent change of station unless they meet tour length requirements and obtain command sponsorship. Soldiers who acquire family members overseas and who are not eligible for transoceanic or overseas land transportation, but are otherwise eligible for transportation of family members, will be entitled only to travel allowances for land transportation from point of entry into the United States to the soldier's next permanent duty station (for example, travel from outside continental United States (OCONUS) to the APOD in CONUS is at the soldier's expense). 1­15. Soldiers who acquire family members after assignment overseas a. Soldiers who acquire family members after the effective date of PCS orders, may be provided transportation for their family members on a space available basis to accompany or join them at the overseas duty location. This can be done if-- (1) The overseas commander grants approval for entry of family members into the command. (2) Family members will be command sponsored. (3) Family members intend to establish a residence.

b. Applications for this travel will be submitted to overseas commanders per chapter 2. Sponsors will be required to serve the tour prescribed for soldiers with family members or to have at least 12 months remaining on the tour after arrival of their family members, whichever is longer. Soldiers who do not have sufficient remaining service to complete this requirement must qualify by taking the appropriate action, prescribed in paragraph 1­13 of this regulation, prior to authorization of space available travel for those family members. c. Dependent children born after the effective date of PCS orders will travel to the new station at Government expense when the travel of the mother to the new station at Government expense was precluded due to-- (1) The mother's pregnancy or other medical reasons as certified by a medical doctor. (2) Official reasons such as awaiting completion of school for other children in the family, and so on. d. Dependent children who do not meet the conditions for space required travel will travel on a space available basis. Sponsors will follow the same procedures for space available travel that apply to close blood and affinitive relatives. Family members traveling space available should be counseled on expenditures during potential lengthy delays at ports of embarkation (for example, billeting and food costs). (See app C, fig C­6 for format of space available travel orders.) e. Family members who join their sponsor at the overseas duty station under the procedures and conditions in paragraph a through d of this regulation, and obtain command sponsorship, upon the sponsor's subsequent PCS, will be entitled to transportation at Government expense to the sponsor's next permanent duty station. 1­16. Restrictions Restrictions on travel of infants, unaccompanied children, and pregnant women (per DoD 4515.13­R) are as follows-- a. Infants. Infant family members less than 6 weeks old will not be authorized to travel on AMC aircraft unless considered medically sound and so certified by a responsible medical officer or civilian physician. The written certification must accompany the infant. b. Unaccompanied family members. Children older than 6 weeks and under the age of 12 will not be authorized to travel on AMC aircraft unless accompanied by a parent or responsible adult at least 18 years old designated by the parent or a competent authority. c. Pregnancy. (1) Pregnant women who are under 240 days gestation will be permitted to travel by military aircraft unless this mode of travel is medically contraindicated. (2) Whenever possible in cases of pregnancy, family members will be moved prior to the pregnant woman reaching 240 days gestation. (3) Women who are less than 6 weeks postpartum may be accepted for air transportation if considered medically sound and so certified by a medical officer or civilian physician. The written certification must accompany the passenger. (4) When, due to factors outside the control of the soldier or his family members, movement cannot be accomplished prior to the pregnant woman's 240 days gestation of pregnancy and a request for deferment under the provisions of AR 614­30 is disapproved, the application will be considered as " concurrent travel applied for and disapproved." 1­17. Medical documentation requirements a. All family members must complete screening per AR 600­75 and must receive required immunizations per AR 40­562. b. If enrollment in EFMP is required, family members will not be allowed to travel until medical clearance is obtained from the overseas commander. Family travel applications must include medical or educational documentation. If soldier's availability cannot be met prior to receipt of medical clearance, consideration should be given to defer the soldier.

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1­18. Transportation for close blood and affinitive relatives a. A sponsor's close blood and affinitive relatives, who are permanent members of a sponsor's household and are dependent upon the sponsor for a home, may be furnished transportation to the new duty station overseas on a space available basis. This authorization does not include wards. The sponsor must be otherwise entitled to transportation of bona fide family members at Government expense. Travel must be performed at the same time as the travel of the sponsor or his or her family members. This travel is permitted for only the transoceanic portion of the journey. See appendix C, figure C­6 for a sample space available travel order. DoD 4515.13­R governs use of space available travel. b. Advance return of noncommand-sponsored family members of a family unit will not be authorized (see JFTR, paras U5240­B, C, and D).

(4) The soldier is denied concurrent travel, the soldier may be entitled to the family separation allowance. Soldiers who later request and obtain approval for family members to enter the command will receive the family separation allowance not to exceed 60 days from the date of approval, unless the delay was caused by the Government. b. If family members are not authorized to travel overseas with their sponsors concurrently but travel later on a nonconcurrent basis, any deferment of travel by the family members for personal reasons could result in loss of the family separation allowance for the period involved. 2­4. Designated place moves for soldiers assigned to a dependent-restricted tour (JFTR, para U5222­D) a. When a soldier is assigned to a dependent-restricted tour, the travel and transportation allowances for travel of family members are authorized from the old PDS to a designated place as follows-- (1) Any place in CONUS the soldier designates. (2) Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or any territory or possession of the United States if authorized or approved by the soldier's losing installation commander. (This may not be delegated further.) When approving OCONUS moves to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico or any territory or possession of the United States, commanders are responsible for ensuring that-- (a) The designated location is the soldier's and or dependents home of record; or (b) the designated location is the soldier's and or dependent's residency for tax purposes; or (c) the soldier and or dependents have a family support network in the area of the designated location; (d) the soldier has taken into consideration all financial aspects of this move to ensure that he is not putting himself in jeopardy. Consideration will be on a case-by-case basis before Government funds will be used to move a family OCONUS. (3) To the member's next PDS, provided the member is to serve an accompanied tour at that PDS, per JFTR, paragraph U5222­D1d. (4) Any other place outside CONUS authorized by the Secretary of the Army. b. Requests for movement of family members to OCONUS locations other than Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico, or territories or possessions should be forwarded to Commander, PERSCOM, ATTN: TAPC­MOT, 200 Stovall St., Alexandria, VA 22332­0433. Requests must be forwarded through the appropriate chain of command through MACOM level. c. MACOMs should ensure all appropriate documentation is attached, including the MACOM's endorsement with reasons why a request should be approved or disapproved. The MACOM will review each case for justification and supporting documentation and will forward it through HQDA (DAPE­MBB­C) to the Secretary of the Army for approval or disapproval. At a minimum, the justification must meet the criteria listed in (2) above. d. Requests for designated place moves to the same country to which the soldier is assigned will not be authorized except for extremely warranting cases. 2­5. Selection of tour After the briefing, each soldier assigned to an area where application is authorized for concurrent travel--categories 1 and 2--will be advised that he or she will be required to elect to serve either the " accompanied" tour or the " unaccompanied" tour. This must be done prior to departure from CONUS or the losing overseas command. If for any reason the soldier does not elect to serve the " accompanied" or " unaccompanied" tour prior to departure, the soldier, as far as entitlement to the family separation allowance is concerned, will be considered as serving the " accompanied" tour (see figs 1 and 2 for guidesheets). 2­6. Selection of " accompanied" tour Soldiers selecting the " accompanied" tour will be advised that-- a. A soldier must apply promptly for concurrent travel to be eligible for payment of the family separation allowance.

Chapter 2 Briefing Sponsor Prior to Permanent Duty Assignment Overseas

2­1. Providers for briefing Losing installation commanders, CONUS and overseas, will brief soldiers with family members concerning matters in this chapter. This briefing is provided by the installation office that is delegated this task, upon a soldier's assignment to a permanent duty station (PDS) in an overseas area. 2­2. Eligibility for transportation of family members at Government expense The installation command briefs soldiers with family members regarding eligibility of their family members for transportation at Government expense. a. Soldiers who are eligible for and desire concurrent travel of their family members will be briefed regarding the appropriate method, time, and place for submitting their applications. At the time of briefing, sponsors who are assigned to an area where application for concurrent travel-- categories 1 and 2--is authorized will be furnished a DD Form 1056 (Authorization to Apply for a " No Fee" Passport), if necessary; DA Form 4787­R, DA Form 4787­1 (Request for Evaluation of Dependent Medical and Educational Problems); Department of State Form DSP­11; DA Pam 55­2, and current pamphlets concerning overseas areas (see figs 2­1 and 2­2 for guidesheets). b. Soldiers who are not eligible for transportation of family members overseas at Government expense will be advised thoroughly regarding designated place moves. 2­3. Family separation allowance a. General officers will be processed by procedures outlined by HQDA (DACS­GOM). Soldiers who are eligible for transportation of family members at Government expense will be advised as shown below. When an eligible soldier is assigned to a PDS overseas where-- (1) Family members are restricted from the area, the soldier may be entitled to the family separation allowance. (2) Application for concurrent travel--categories 1 and 2-- is approved, the soldier will be not be entitled to the family separation allowance, except as indicated below. (a) Family does not travel with the soldier and the family is delayed for more than 30 days; and (b) The delay is caused by the Government. (3) The soldier is authorized deferred travel (up to 140 days) after application of concurrent travel, the soldier is entitled to family separation allowance, if otherwise qualified. Upon approval for family members to enter the command, the family separation allowance will not exceed 60 days from date of approval, unless the delay was caused by the Government.

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b. The gaining overseas command is the sole authority for approval and disapproval of any request for family travel. 2­7. Selection of " unaccompanied" tour Soldiers electing the " unaccompanied" tour will be advised-- a. They will be required to sign a statement to that effect. b. The PCS or amendatory orders will contain the statement " Travel of your family members to overseas duty station is not authorized at Government expense during this tour." c. They will be entitled to the family separation allowance. d. They will be entitled to transportation of family members to a designated place per paragraph 2­8 of this regulation. Soldiers are authorized only one move at Government expense for the current PCS. Family members will not be entitled to another move from the designated place until the soldier completes a PCS from the overseas location or serves an in-place consecutive overseas tour (IPCOT). 2­8. Designated place moves for soldiers serving an "unaccompanied" tour a. Soldiers who elect to serve an "unaccompanied" tour may choose to leave their family members at their current location. Alternatively, soldiers are authorized to move family members to a designated place other than the new PDS. However, reimbursement is limited to the cost of the move from the old PDS, to the new PDS. The designated place may be-- (1) Any place in CONUS the soldier designates. (2) The place outside CONUS to which PCS orders state that the soldier is scheduled to be assigned to serve an accompanied tour immediately after completing the unaccompanied tour. The soldier must have sufficient obligated military service to complete the unaccompanied tour and the subsequent accompanied tour. The soldier must also obtain command sponsorship from the overseas commander. (3) Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or any territory or possession of the United States if approved by the installation commander. (This may not be further delegated.) Consideration will be on a case-bycase basis before Government funds will be used to move a family OCONUS. When approving moves to Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or any territory or possession of the United States, commanders are responsible for ensuring-- (a) The designated location is the soldier's and or dependent's home of record; or (b) The designated location is the soldier's and or family member's residency for tax purposes; or (c) The soldier and or dependents have a family support network in the area of the designated location; and (d) The soldier has taken into consideration all financial aspects of this move. b. Family members cannot be moved again at Government expense until subsequent PCS orders are issued or the soldier serves an IPCOT. A soldier moving family members to a designated place may move family members to the overseas PDS at personal expense if this is desired. If family members become command sponsored there, they may be moved at Government expense when subsequent PCS orders are issued. c. The soldier's orders will include the statement, " Travel of your family members to your overseas duty station at Government expense is not authorized during this tour. You are authorized to make a designated place move to (authorized place)". 2­9. Change of tour from " accompanied" to "unaccompanied" a. Family members remain at old PDS. A soldier on a "accompanied" tour, whose family members do not join the soldier overseas, may have the tour converted (not prorated) to an "unaccompanied" tour. The request must be made within 12 months after arrival in a long tour area or 6 months in a short tour area. For requests submitted after the above time limits, tours will be prorated according to AR 614­30, table 7­4.

b. Family members join sponsor at new PDS. Normally, the sponsor's tour length will not change when family members depart the overseas command early. However, when family members are moved to a safe haven or designated place under paragraph U6004, JFTR, the overseas MACOM commander may change the " accompanied" tour to an " unaccompanied" tour and adjust the soldier's date eligible for return from overseas (DEROS) per AR 614­30, table 7­4. Soldiers whose family members join the sponsor overseas, but return early for other official or personal reasons per paragraph U5240­B or D, JFTR, may request through Commander, U.S. Total Army Personnel Command, ATTN: TAPC­EPA­S), Alexandria, VA 22331­0451, to prorate the " accompanied" tour. 2­10. Change of tour from "unaccompanied" to "accompanied" a. When a soldier who has elected to serve the "unaccompanied" tour decides, after arrival at the permanent duty station overseas, that he or she desires to serve the "accompanied" tour, a request for entry of family members into the overseas command, as an exception to policy, must be approved per AR 614­30, paragraph 7­17. The soldier must still meet requirements to serve the "accompanied" tour as prescribed in paragraph 1­11 of this regulation. However, soldiers who already moved family members to a designated place at Government expense are not authorized a second move at Government expense, unless the soldier obtains an approved IPCOT. b. Family members who travel to the overseas PDS at personal expense will follow the provisions of paragraph 1­14 of this regulation. 2­11. Application for concurrent travel--category 2 a. Application for concurrent travel should be submitted immediately upon receipt of orders or overseas movement alert. When time permits, sponsors will apply for concurrent travel in sufficient time to permit receipt of the application in the overseas command at least 90 days prior to the sponsor's availability or reporting date at the transportation area. Any delays incident to late applications, when not completely justified, will not serve to delay the sponsor's compliance with the original availability or reporting date specified in the sponsor's orders. b. The DD Form 1056 issued prior to the approval of concurrent travel is for the purpose of expediting processing should concurrent travel be approved. Approval of this form will not be construed as approval for concurrent travel. c. The overseas commander will approve concurrent travel when the family members can be accommodated within 60 days after the sponsor's arrival in the overseas command. The same application (DA Form 4787) will be used by the overseas commander to approve or disapprove deferred travel. Deferred travel normally will be approved when the family members can be accommodated within 61­140 days after the sponsor's arrival in the overseas command. d. Soldiers authorized deferred travel for family members are not entitled to move the family to a designated place. Any travel of family members while in the deferred travel status is at personal expense. e. In the absence of other limiting factors (for example, lack of exceptional family member program (EFMP) requirements dealing with special medical or educational needs), concurrent travel may be authorized on the basis of temporary accommodations being available at a relative's residence in the overseas area. The temporary residence must meet all command housing requirements. Officers and senior noncommissioned officers (NCOs) will execute a written statement that the relative's quarters meet the overseas command's housing standards. All other soldiers will furnish the relative's address and the relative must send a letter to the overseas commander stating willingness and ability to provide adequate housing until Government housing is available. The family members will reside at this location until economical or Government quarters become available. Soldiers will be counseled regarding-- (1) The possible punitive action which can result from the deliberate falsification of any information provided under provisions of this paragraph.

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(2) The sponsor's responsibility to seek suitable quarters upon notification of approval for family travel. (3) The lack of warehouse facilities to store household goods (HHG) overseas while awaiting housing. f. When the overseas command has indicated that housing will be available within 60 days after arrival in the overseas command, the soldier's orders will state, " Concurrent travel of your family members is authorized from (authorized origin) to the overseas command (authorized destination)." g. When automatic concurrent travel is not authorized and housing will be available between 61 and 140 days after arrival in the overseas command, the soldier's order will state, " Deferred travel of your family members to your overseas location is approved. Any travel of your family members to another location will be at personal expense." 2­12. Designated place moves for nonconcurrent travel decision a. Family members who have been denied concurrent travel and whose anticipated travel to the soldier's overseas duty station will be greater than 20 weeks are authorized to perform a designated place move in CONUS. The installation commander may also authorize movement to Hawaii, Alaska, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico or a territory or possession of the United States, provided the following conditions exist-- (1) The sponsor was a legal resident of that State, commonwealth, territory, or possession, before entering active duty; or (2) The sponsor is presently a legal resident of that place; and (3) The move does not exceed the entitlement from the old PDS to the designated place. b. If, at a later date, the soldier is entitled to travel and transportation allowances for family members to the overseas PDS, the family members may travel from the designated place to the overseas command provided-- (1) The family members are command sponsored. (2) The soldier has at least 12 months remaining on the overseas tour on the date the family members are scheduled to arrive there. c. When concurrent or deferred travel is not authorized and housing will not be available within 140 days after arrival in the overseas command, the soldier's orders will state, " Your family members are authorized nonconcurrent travel. You are authorized to make a designated place move to (authorized place)." 2­13. Sponsors with insufficient remaining service to qualify for overseas movement of family members Sponsors who do not meet the service requirements of paragraph 1­11 of this regulation will be counseled regarding the provisions pertaining to options available to them to qualify for overseas movement of family members. If they decline to acquire sufficient service to qualify for overseas movement of family members, they will still be required to elect the " unaccompanied" tour in order to be eligible for payment of family separation allowance. 2­14. Restrictions on travel of infants, unaccompanied children, and pregnant women Counseling will be furnished regarding the information in paragraph 1­16 of this regulation. 2­15. Medical documentation requirements Counseling will be furnished regarding the information in paragraph 1­17 of this regulation. 2­16. Passports and visas a. The Department of State delivers all passports for official

travel to the Commander, U.S. Army Service Center for the Armed Forces, ATTN: JDHQ­TP, WASH DC 20310­3111, who then obtains any required visas. Passports and visas of individuals traveling on Government transportation are forwarded to the appropriate passport agent for delivery to the traveler. Passports and visas of family members who have been authorized to travel overseas at Government expense but who have elected to travel commercially at their own expense are forwarded directly to the family members. b. Family member travel is delayed frequently because of nonreceipt of passports. Therefore, applications for passports should be completed immediately after receipt of orders and DD Form 1056 and at least 60 days or more before the availability date. If not readily available, all necessary documents required to support the passport application should be obtained as expeditiously as possible. c. Information pertaining to processing passports and visas is located in DoD 1000.21­R. 2­17. Naturalization of alien family members a. Immigration and Nationality Act (see 8 USC 1430 and 1433), waives the residence requirements for alien spouses and adopted children who are authorized to accompany U.S. citizens who are regularly stationed abroad or are being reassigned overseas. However, these aliens must be lawfully admitted for permanent residence and meet all other requirements for naturalization. Aside from all other benefits of citizenship, departure from and reentry into the United States is easier as a citizen than as an alien. b. All sponsors with alien family members should obtain information on procedures for naturalization of those family members to avert unnecessary delay in the overseas movement of sponsors because of a family member's citizenship problems. c. All sponsors with alien family members concerned will be advised of the advantages of naturalization of their family members as well as of the disadvantages inherent in failure to obtain their naturalization. Sponsors will be encouraged to take any required actions immediately through the Immigration and Naturalization Service. 2­18. Notification of change of address The sponsor or family members must notify the installation responsible for issuing travel authorizations of all changes of address or telephone numbers to facilitate the dispatch and receipt of the port call. 2­19. Reporting at terminals Under no circumstances will family members proceed to the terminal prior to receipt of a port call and the date specified in the port call. 2­20. Exceptional Family Member Program and medical, educational, and dental care Medical care in military medical facilities is authorized for family members, but is subject to the availability of adequate staff and facilities. In many overseas areas, adequate military or civilian medical care is not available for health conditions family members may have. Local conditions, such as climate, altitude, and lack of educational facilities, may affect family members who require special accommodations. Therefore, the importance of attention to medical, educational, and dental problems of family members before they leave the home station will be emphasized per AR 600­75.

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The following guidesheet should be furnished to soldiers assigned to overseas areas where concurrent travel is authorized: Information 1. Have you submitted a DA Form 4787 and DA Form 4787­1 for movement of family members overseas?

2. Do you have sufficient time remaining in your current enlistment to satisfy overseas service requirements for eligibility for family member travel? If not, do you know that you will be required to overcome this disqualification, in order to be eligible for transportation of your family members overseas at Government expense? 3. Do you have information on housing conditions in the overseas area of your assignment? If not, recommend you write to the overseas commander concerned. 4. Will the restrictions imposed on travel of infants and/or a pregnant family member prevent travel of your family members on AMC aircraft? 5. If you have relatives living in the country to which you are being assigned, have you furnished their name, relationship, and address to permit your family members to reside with relatives pending availability of housing? Do you know that for sergeant first class and below, you must send a letter to the overseas commander stating that they are willing and able to provide adequate housing until Government housing is available? 6. 7. 8. If you have any alien family members, do you know what procedures to follow to expedite their naturalization? Have you and your family members applied for passports, as required? Have your family members obtained necessary immunizations?

9. Do you know that any delay on your part in submitting applications for family travel and passports which results in a delay in processing your family travel might preclude traveling concurrently with your family? 10. Do you know that you are not to report to the Army terminal with your family members before you receive a port call?

11. Have you furnished a firm leave address and phone number at or through which you and your family members may be reached at all times if you are proceeding and a delay en route? 12. If you have elected to delay travel of your family members for personal reasons, have you been informed that movement to a designated place is at personal expense? 13. Do you know that when you accept economy accommodations and subsequently decline acceptance of local economy quarters following arrival overseas, temporary lodging allowance may be denied? 14. Do you know that if your orders are canceled or your reporting date is amended, you should notify this activity and forward a copy of orders to this office? 15. 16. 17. Have you been briefed on your flight information and where to pick up tickets? Have you been briefed on uniform requirements for a military flight, if applicable? If applicable, has leave en route and/or alternate APOE plans been discussed?

Figure 2-1. Guidesheet for Accompanied Personnel

The following guidesheet should be furnished to soldiers who travel unaccompanied: Information 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Have you been briefed on type of clothing authorized on your flight? Do you know that you are authorized 2 pieces of checked baggage and one carry on? Have you been given your flight information (including APOE)? Have you been briefed on where you should pick up tickets? If applicable, has leave en route and/or alternate APOE plans been discussed? Have you furnished a leave address and phone number where you may be contacted in case of emergency?

7. Do you know that if your orders are canceled or your reporting date is amended, you should notify this activity and forward a copy of orders to this office?

Figure 2-2. Guidesheet for Unaccompanied Personnel

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Chapter 3 Port Calls

3­1. Policy a. The AMC supports Army travelers on military airlift through the Passenger Reservation System. To maximize the use of AMCcontrolled and AMC-contracted air travel, the recommended availability window for travelers is 7 to 10 days. However, the need exists to balance movement requirements between the capabilities of the AMC airlift system and the travelers' considerations. b. The recommended window may be narrowed to address extenuating circumstances (for example, to prevent " hold overs" at training bases, or to respond to true personal emergencies). The window should only be expanded to meet specific service requirements or with the consent of the traveler. c. Travelers will be advised promptly of port call arrangements so that they are provided the maximum opportunity to plan their leave and personal travel. Port call requests normally will not be allowed to remain in a " hold" status longer than 72 hours (3 working days). d. A central port call office will issue port calls in support of its installation and the areas within its geographical responsibility. 3­2. Requesting port calls a. Soldiers authorized concurrent travel. Soldiers who receive concurrent travel will request port calls through the losing installation. Family members who are not co-located with the soldier will request port calls through the installation responsible for the area where the family members are located. (See app D.) b. Soldiers authorized deferred travel. Soldiers who receive deferred travel will request port calls through the soldier's losing installation. Upon receipt of the family member's travel authorization to travel overseas, family members will request a port call through the installation responsible for the area where the family members are located. (See app D.) Soldiers who have family members located OCONUS, without a military installation, nearby will request a port call from the soldiers' supporting installation. c. Soldiers authorized nonconcurrent travel. Soldiers and family members will request port calls as outlined in 2 b above. d. Soldiers shipping a privately owned vehicle (POV) at Government expense. MTMC vehicle processing centers are not open to receive or release POV's on weekends or Federal holidays.

3­3. DA Form 4600 (Travelope) a. A travelope is a folder that provides travel information and port call instructions to travelers (fig 3­1). It also contains selected documents to assist travelers in complying with their port call instructions. b. Port call offices prepare and issue complete DA Forms 4600 to soldiers and family members who require port calls for movement to or from an overseas command. If travelers are not accessible to the port call office, the DA Form 4600 will be mailed to the traveler by certified mail. 3­4. Port call offices Port call offices-- a. Brief soldiers and family members on the importance of an ontime arrival at the aerial port of embarkation (APOE). b. Prepare the DA Form 4600 and any AMC transportation authorizations (MTAs) or commercial airline tickets. c. Inform all travelers that the reporting time and location stated in the DA Form 4600 will take precedence over any other information contained in other documents or previously issued port call instructions. (This includes item 8b on DA Form 31 (Request Authority for Leave) for military personnel.) d. Brief travelers on actions to take if they cannot report on time for their scheduled port call. e. Have travelers sign original and record receipt of the DA Form 4600. f. Check contents of DA Form 4600 to ensure that all required travel documents are present. g. File the record copy of the DA Form 4600. h. Cancel invalid port call requests that may have been made with AMC. 3­5. Cancellations. a. Cancellation for convenience of the Government. Family members whose travel is canceled for the convenience of the Government while they are en route to or at the terminal will be furnished transportation from the place they received the cancellation to the installation which authorized transportation to the terminal. b. Cancellation for personal reasons. Family members who cancel their travel for personal reasons while en route to or after arrival at the terminal will not be furnished transportation at Government expense to their home or place of selection.

Item 1A. Item 1B. Item 2A. Item 2B. Item 3. Item 4A. Item 4B. Item 4C. Item 5A. Item 5B. Item Item Item Item Item

Enter installation or central port call office. Enter date being prepared. Enter full name and grade of traveler. Enter the number of dependents accompanying the sponsor. Enter aerial port of embarkation (APOE) the traveler is reporting to for transportation. Enter the time and date in which the traveler is to report. Enter the airline and flight number. Enter the aerial port of debarkation (APOD) the traveler will arrive at. Enter the signature block of the agent authorized to issue the DA Form 4600. Enter the date that signature is completed.

6. Require the traveler to review instructions and sign and date the DA Form 4600. 7. Enter the Personnel Assistance Point (PAP) and phone number responsible for that APOE. 8. No entry required. 9. Enter the Civilian Personnel Office (CPO) responsible for that APOE. 10. Enter additional information. (e.g., family members' names, additional instructions, host country information, etc.)

Figure 3-1. Instructions for completing DA Form 4600

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Chapter 4 Dependent Student Travel

4­1. Student travel policy This section provides policies and functions governing the Dependent Student Travel Program per JFTR, paragraph U5243­C. 4­2. Eligibility, entitlements, and restrictions a. Eligibility. To be eligible to participate in the Dependent Student Travel Program, the conditions below must exist. (1) The sponsor must be-- (a) Permanently stationed outside CONUS. (b) Accompanied by command-sponsored family members (unless the only family members are in the category of family members described in (2) below). See paragraph c(4) below for custody issues. (2) The student must be-- (a) An unmarried dependent child under 23 years old (see JFTR, para U5243­C2c). (Travel must be performed prior to the 23d birthday). (b) Attending or will be attending a school in the United States to obtain a secondary or undergraduate college education. (c) Enrolled in a full-time course of study or program. Full-time is defined as 12 semester hours or the equivalent. Students who will be attending school must be within 90 days of their school start date and his or her sponsor must provide a letter of acceptance from the school. (3) School factors. (a) If the student is or will be attending a secondary school (see JFTR, para U5243­C2b), a certificate of nonavailability from the Department of Defense Dependent Schools (DoDDs) must be provided to the approval authority stating the child is not eligible to attend a DoDDs school other than on a 7-day-a-week basis. (b) An undergraduate school must be an accredited institution (see JFTR, para U5243­C2a) that offers courses leading to undergraduate degrees. The school can be a public or private school and a 2-year community or 4-year college or university located in the United States. b. Entitlements. (1) Transportation. The soldier is entitled to one Government funded round trip per fiscal year (1 October to 30 September) for his or her dependent student between--(a) the student's school and the sponsor's duty station(b) or other such location to meet the family for vacation, not to exceed the cost to the PDS.(2) (2) Transportation. Transportation not used during a fiscal year does not carry over to the next fiscal year. Use of the entitlement is determined by the dates of travel, not the date of the orders authorizing travel. (3) Unaccompanied baggage. A maximum of 350 pounds of unaccompanied baggage may be transported in connection with dependent student travel. Baggage may only be shipped when the transportation is provided by or reimbursed by the Government and may not be shipped independent of travel (for example, unaccompanied baggage must be shipped within 60 days of the travel date). c. Restrictions. (1) Accompanied baggage. Students are limited to two pieces of checked baggage. Each bag is limited to 70 pounds and may not exceed 62 inches in total dimension. Carry-on luggage is limited to one piece not to exceed 45 inches, and must fit under the passenger seat of the aircraft. (2) Separation from school. Dependent students who graduate, quit, or are otherwise separated from their school must travel within 30 days following their separation to qualify for movement under the Dependent Student Travel Program. Only under extenuating circumstances, such as illness or hospitalization, will a student be authorized to travel outside the 30 days. (3) Initial PCS move or initial student travel. Students who are under 23 years of age will perform their initial travel to the overseas

area using the member's PCS entitlement unless the member demonstrates that excess costs would result. If, by using the PCS entitlement, the member would incur excess costs, the member has the option to use the student dependent entitlement for the first leg of the trip versus the PCS entitlement (only one entitlement may be used, not both). Travel performed on the sponsor's PCS orders is chargeable to the sponsor's movement designator code (MDC) and not to the student travel fund code. Travel under the PCS orders allows travel not to exceed the cost between the sponsor's old duty location or the last authorized designated place and the sponsor's new duty station. Students who use the PCS entitlement to the sponsor's overseas duty station and attain the age of 21 while the sponsor is serving overseas are entitled to return transportation at Government expense upon the sponsor's subsequent PCS. (4) Custody. A student who has reached the age of majority (normally 18) and is no longer the subject of a custody order, may be authorized funded student travel under the provisions above if the student otherwise meets the definition of " dependent" prescribed in JFTR, appendix A. (5) Pets cannot be shipped under the Dependent Student Travel Program. Student travelers who want to ship pets at personal expense must make appropriate arrangements directly with a commercial airline. Dependent students are not eligible to move pets by way of AMC. (6) Early or advance return of dependents. Students who are returned to the United States by the overseas command for any reason using the early return of dependent provision (JFTR, para U5240) are not entitled to dependent student travel. Commandsponsored dependents who return to the United States using this provision are not authorized any further travel between the United States and the overseas area at Government expense. This includes the use of the Dependent Student Travel Program and space available transportation under DoD 4515.13­R. (7) Cadets and midshipmen. Cadets and midshipmen attending a service academy (for example, West Point, Naval Academy, and so forth) are not authorized to travel under the Dependent Student Travel Program. However, cadets and midshipmen are eligible for space available transportation, while in a leave status, from the CONUS APOE to the overseas APOD and return (DoD 4515.13­R, para 4­5b(f)). (8) Students attending a vocational or trade school. Sponsors with students attending a vocational or trade school are not eligible for travel under the funded Dependent Student Travel Program. However, students are eligible for one round trip annually from the CONUS APOE to the overseas APOD using space available transportation. (See DoD 4515.13­R, para 4­5c(2).) The servicing personnel office will publish a space available student travel order per appendix C, figure C­5 of this regulation, which is provided directly to the student or sponsor. 4­3. Application, processing, and travel arrangements a. Application. (1) Sponsors apply for student travel according to procedures prescribed by the soldier's supporting MACOM; for example, directly to the MACOM headquarters or through a local PSC. However, applications should be submitted no later than 60 days prior to the student's desired travel time. The sponsor is responsible for providing detailed student information required on the student travel order. The sponsor must identify any special transportation requirements of the traveler, such as handicaps that should be considered when arranging travel. (2) The MACOM will ensure that the-- (a) Sponsor qualifies for travel of his or her dependent. (b) Student is eligible for the program. (c) School qualifies for the program. (d) Personnel processing office maintains a file for each sponsor who applies for the program for the duration of the overseas tour. The file will contain copies of orders, a counseling guidesheet, and other administrative data.

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(e) Student has the appropriate documents required to travel to the overseas station; for example, passport and visa. b. Processing. (1) The MACOM personnel processing office ensures that the sponsor is informed of the following: (a) Subject matters in the sample guidesheet at figure 4­1. (b) Transoceanic travel will be on a space required basis by AMC when available within ( c) below. When AMC is not available, Government-procured commercial transportation may be authorized. (c) The availability window (1-day window for travel when visiting the sponsor for 30 days or less, and a 3-day window for visits over 30 days) which will be used for the period of travel. (d) Statements of nonavailability of AMC airlift will be issued only when AMC does not service the destination country or when the transportation authority has determined that AMC is not considered reasonably available. Where the student's destination is not served by AMC, the MACOM may issue travel orders authorizing commercial travel. (e) Sponsors will not be reimbursed for personally procured transportation without a properly issued statement of nonavailability or if travel is performed prior to the issuance of orders. (2) The MACOM verifies eligibility and publishes required travel orders. See appendix C for examples of space required (C­4) and space available (C­5) travel orders. The MACOM transmits the order to the sponsor and the Student Travel Operations Center (TAPC­MOT). The sponsor ensures that copies are provided to the student. c. Travel arrangements and port call procedures. (1) Arranging port call. Upon receipt of orders, sponsors will take the orders and the student's desired itinerary to the local transportation office (TO). The TO will issue port call to the student, based on the availability date provided by the sponsor. The student must fly on AMC, provided the following criteria are met-- (a) The flight is within the availability window. (b) The student avoids an overnight layover. (c) The flight connects with necessary commercial flights within 6 hours. (d) Students are not required to change airports (for example, a student requiring a connecting commercial flight from Frankfurt International should not arrive in the country at Rhein Main on a AMC flight. (2) Category Y flights. For students booked on category Y flights, the TO issues the sponsor the necessary travel documents with the itinerary. The sponsor mails the travel documents to the student. For students booked on category B flights, the TO gives the sponsor a flight confirmation and the itinerary. The sponsor informs the student of the flight information, mails a copy of the orders to the student, and tells the student to report to the appropriate military terminal with a copy of the travel orders, ID card, and passport or visa (if applicable). Students must check in at the appropriate flight counter a minimum of 2 hours before departure and should request to interline baggage. (3) Commercial air. If AMC is not available, the TO-- (a) Maintains the " Y" card for nonuse of AMC. The " Y" card is an advice card from AMC that indicates nonavailability of AMC service during the travel period requested. (b) Issues a statement of nonavailability to the sponsor or books the travel on the most cost effective route between the school and the sponsor's permanent duty station. (c) Issues tickets directly to the sponsor if pre-paid tickets are not arranged for pickup at the airline reservation counter. (4) Unaccompanied baggage (UB). Students will coordinate UB shipments with military installations located within 25 miles of the student's school. For students located more than 25 miles from a military installation, the sponsor's TO will arrange for pickup of UB (DD Form 1299 (Application for Shipment and/or Storage of Personal Property)). In either situation, the TO must have a copy of the orders to arrange the shipment. If the carrier attempts pickup and the student is not present to release the baggage, the sponsor may be

charged for the attempted pickup. Explosives, flammable, alcohol, and drugs are prohibited from being packed in unaccompanied baggage. 4­4. Statements of nonavailability The servicing transportation office issues the statement of nonavailability of an AMC flight for travel which they coordinate. MACOMs are responsible for establishing reimbursement procedures for those sponsors using commercial air for all or part of student travel. A copy of the travel order and statement of nonavailability must be submitted with any travel claim. Reimbursement is not authorized if the student travels prior to the issuance of travel orders. Foreign flag service may only be authorized per JFTR, paragraph U3125­C. Reimbursement for commercial air will not exceed the cost of the ticket between the student's school and the sponsor's permanent duty station or the cost that the Government could have procured the ticket, whichever is less. See figure 4­2 of this regulation for a sample statement of nonavailability. 4­5. Lost, stolen, or destroyed tickets a. Students should immediately notify their sponsor or the TO when tickets are lost, stolen, or destroyed. Duplicate transportation can only be provided by the Government on a cost charge basis when requested by the sponsor per AR 55­355 and JFTR, paragraph U5237. b. The student traveler can use personal funds to purchase a replacement ticket not to exceed the original cost of the authorized ticket. The sponsor is responsible for contacting the servicing transportation office or airline which provided the tickets in order to file a request for reimbursement. 4­6. Required travel documents Students must have the following documents in their possession and ensure these items are not packed in suitcases or unaccompanied baggage-- a. Passport and visa (if required by DoD Force Foreign Clearance Guide). b. Dependent identification (ID) card. c. Travel orders. d. Tickets (if required). 4­7. Travel security Sponsors should check on the current threat level for travel areas and advise students, if applicable. At a minimum, students should adhere to the following travel security measures-- a. Wear nondescript clothing. b. Ensure that baggage does not reflect any affiliation with the Department of Defense or U.S. Army. c. Limit the number of documents which indicate a connection with a military sponsor. d. Proceed directly to secure areas to await the flight. e. Avoid discussion of their sponsor's military association with anyone. f. Blend in with other passengers. 4­8. Funding MACOMs will fund student travel through a MACOM Operation and Maintenance, Army (OMA) account. 4­9. Reporting MACOMs will forward a quarterly summary of student travel no later than the 20th day after the end of each quarter for the fiscal year; for example, the first quarter report is due 20 January, and so on. The report will include the number of students who traveled one way or round trip; traveled by way of AMC, AMC or commercial, and commercial; and total funds expended for the quarter. (RCS exempt: AR 335­15, para 5­2 a(3)). 4­10. Student Travel Operations Center The Student Travel Operations Center is operated by the U.S. Total Army Personnel Command, Transportation Plans and Operations

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Division. The following information is provided to assist students with emergencies en route on travel status-- a. Telephone numbers: 1­800­582­5552 (toll-free). Within Virginia, call collect (703) 325­0579, or DSN 221­0579.

b. Mailing address: U.S. Total Army Personnel Command, ATTN: TAPC­MOT, 200 Stovall Street, Alexandria, VA 22332­0433. c. Message address: CDRPERSCOM ALEX VA//TAPC­MOT// d. Personnel assistance points: See appendix F.

The Dependent Student Travel Guidesheet is provided for the personnel office as a guide to ensure that sponsors have been briefed on the requirements for the student travel program. TOPIC 1. Written verification that the family member is a full-time secondary student, or full-time student pursuing an undergraduate degree at an approved and accredited college or university in the United States. 2. Verification of sponsor/student eligibility for travel: a. Sponsor is on an accompanied tour with dependents residing in or near the command. (Sole parents required to be serving the " accompanied tour"). b. Sponsor's initial PCS entitlement should be used for the first leg of travel or if excess costs would occur, student travel orders can be issued (not both). c. Verification that student is under 23 years of age and unmarried. 3. Provide: a. Student's date of birth and relationship to sponsor. b. Complete name and location of college or university. c. Sponsor's name, rank, social security number and complete name of unit of assignment to include APO. d. Confirmed port call dates for the student. e. Confirmed dates of last travel performed under the Student Travel Program. 4. Sponsor has been briefed and understands: a. Student is authorized one round trip per fiscal year (based on date of travel, not orders). b. If student is using PCS entitlement, travel costs will not exceed the cost between the old PDS and new PDS. c. Sponsor is responsible for notifying student of flight arrangements and mailing any necessary tickets and orders. d. The sponsor's local TO must check for availability of AMC prior to issuing a statement of nonavailability of AMC & arranging commercial air travel. e. Sponsor is responsible for missed pickup charges if student is not available for an unaccompanied baggage pickup. f. Reimbursement for travel with a statement of nonavailability from the ITO will not exceed the cost the Government would have paid to procure the same travel. g. Reimbursement is not authorized for-- (1) Travel prior to issuance of orders. (2) Commercial air travel without a statement of nonavailability of AMC flight from the ITO. (3) Travel on foreign flag carriers except under the provisions of JFTR, paragraph U3125­C.

Figure 4-1. Student Travel Guidesheet

(Letterhead) (Office Symbol) MEMORANDUM FOR Dependent Student's Sponsor (Date)

Subject: Dependent Student Travel--Statement of Nonavailability of AMC for Student's (last name, first name, middle initial (MI)) 1. This memorandum constitutes a statement of nonavailability of AMC airlift for the dependent student travel of (Student's last name, first name, MI, Social Security Number (SSN), Issuing Headquarters, Orders number) from student's school to sponsor's PDS (or other authorized location, see paragraph 4­2(b) item 1). 2. Reimbursement for personally procured transportation is authorized per JFTR, paragraph U3110­D. Reimbursement is limited to the actual cost of transportation or the amount the Government would have spent, for the available transportation between the student's school in the U.S. and the sponsor's PDS, whichever is less. 3. Point of contact for this action is MACOM headquarters issuing orders authority or the sponsor's transportation office, DSN or Commercial telephone number. Signature block

Figure 4-2. Sample Statement of Nonavailability

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Chapter 5 Family Member Travel

Section I Travel to Overseas Locations and Subsequent Sponsorship 5­1. Possible events Policies and procedures in this chapter address events that may occur once family members have left the losing installation and are en route overseas. Soldiers who have departed from the losing unit and are accounted for in the Central Transiting Accounting System are under the command and control of the Commander, PERSCOM. The PERSCOM commander, through the Personnel Assistance Points and their headquarters, provides emergency administrative and logistical support to soldiers in transit. Additionally, family members who are affected by official situations which arise while en route to the overseas location will abide by stop movement messages, travel advisories, and other official directives when issued by a competent authority. Family members should contact the nearest Personnel Assistance Point for further information. (See app F of this regulation.) 5­2. In contingency alerts Certain procedures are involved for movement of family members when a soldier is alerted for or moves to another overseas area under contingency or other operations of unknown duration. a. When family members have left the port of embarkation, they will complete their travel to their overseas destination. When they arrive at the overseas destination, the overseas commander will determine (based on the circumstances in individual cases) whether they will remain at the overseas station or be returned under the provisions of the JFTR, paragraph U5240­D2. b. Family members who are being processed for overseas movement, including those who have been issued port calls and who may have reached the port of embarkation, will continue their processing for movement unless the overseas commander or other competent authority (for example, Department of State, Secretary of Defense, and so on) directs that their travel be canceled or suspended. Unless otherwise directed, movement of family members will continue during the period their sponsor is in an alert phase at the overseas permanent duty station. If the sponsor receives a deployment or movement order that may result in a PCS; or, if it is anticipated that the sponsor will be absent from the permanent duty station for a prolonged period, overseas commanders are authorized to cancel or suspend the family travel to the overseas area. Family members who choose to remain in CONUS in the deferred status, although the overseas commander has not amended the family travel, will continue to do so at personal expense. 5­3. Family members acquired after the effective date of PCS orders and desiring travel to the overseas location a. Soldiers who acquire family members after the " effective date of orders" (see glossary) are not entitled to transportation at Government expense. They are, however, eligible for space available transportation to the overseas location (DoD 4515.13­R). Upon approval from the overseas command for command sponsorship of the family members, the soldier's overseas command will issue the space available travel authorization per appendix C, figure C­6 of this regulation. Examples of figuring the effective date of PCS orders-- (1) Soldier is ordered to PCS with a report date of 10 June. The soldier travels by POC and is authorized 7 days travel time. Soldier gets married on 5 June en route to new PDS. Authorized and actual reporting date, 10 June Less 7 days travel time actually used, 3 June Add 1 day, 4 June Effective date of PCS order, 4 June The soldier acquired a family member (married) after the effective date of the PCS order and is not entitled to transportation of family members at Government

expense, but may be authorized space available transportation once command sponsorship is approved by the overseas command. (2) Soldier is ordered to PCS with a report date of 10 June. The soldier travels by air and reports one day early. Soldier gets married on 7 June prior to departing for new PDS. Authorized reporting date, 10 June Actual reporting date, 9 June Less 1 day travel time, 8 June Add 1 day, 9 June Effective date of PCS order, 9 June The soldier acquired a family member (married) before the effective date of the PCS order and is entitled to transportation of the family member at Government expense once all required documentation is approved in the overseas command per chapter 2 and 3 of this regulation. b. The soldier and family members are responsible for all expenses incurred while awaiting space available transportation (that is, travel to APOE, food, and lodging). Space available passengers should be aware of potential lengthy waits at APOEs. These lengthy periods could cause personal financial hardships. When families must travel space available, soldiers and the chain of command should ensure sufficient funds are available through loans, grants, and so forth. Alternatively, acquired family members may travel space required on a cash reimbursable basis, if they meet the requirements per DoD 4515.13­R, paragraph 3­3b(5). 5­4. Family members who travel to the overseas location at personal expense while the soldier is serving an unaccompanied tour A soldier whose noncommand-sponsored family members travel overseas at personal expense while serving an unaccompanied tour, or a soldier who acquires dependents overseas and, for either case, subsequently obtains command sponsorship, is entitled to overseas station allowances at the " with dependents" rate on the date of approval of command sponsorship. Additionally, the family is entitled to travel at Government expense from the overseas station on the soldier's next PCS. Travel expenses incurred while traveling to the overseas location are not reimbursable. 5­5. Family members who travel to the overseas location at personal expense while soldier is serving an accompanied tour The overseas command must issue travel authorizations prior to family members' travel at Government expense. If not authorized reimbursement for travel of family members, upon approval of command sponsorship, the soldier may be entitled to overseas station allowances at the " with dependents" rate and be entitled to family travel at Government expense from the overseas station on the soldier's next PCS. Section II Movement Within and Between Overseas Commands 5­6. Movement within overseas commands or designated place a. Family members whose sponsor is making a PCS within an overseas command is the responsibility of the overseas commander. When soldiers, accompanied by command sponsored family members, are moved involuntarily from one overseas location to another because of base closure or similar action, transportation of family members at Government expense and command sponsorship at the new location will be authorized, provided family members are authorized at the new location. b. Soldiers whose new duty station does not authorize family members are authorized a designated place move per paragraph 2­4 of this regulation. 5­7. Movement between overseas commands or designated place a. Processing. Movement of family members between overseas commands is the joint responsibility of the overseas commanders

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concerned. However, the losing command will initiate all processing actions for the soldier. b. Accompanied to accompanied tour. Soldiers required to serve the accompanied tour when reassigned PCS or selected for an IPCOT shall be given the opportunity to relocate their family members and HHG to their new duty station, provided family members are authorized at the new duty station. Soldiers being reassigned PCS on a COT under this option must be given concurrent travel. c. Accompanied to unaccompanied tour. If the soldier elects to serve the " unaccompanied" tour upon an approved IPCOT, or PCS, family members can be moved to a designated place per paragraph 2­7 of this regulation. d. Unaccompanied to accompanied tour. Soldiers who served an overseas tour without family members and then elect to serve a " accompanied" consecutive overseas tour are authorized movement of family members at Government expense, provided family members are authorized at the new duty station. Travel and transportation will not exceed the cost from the authorized designated place, or from the place the Government last moved the family members, to the new overseas duty station. Soldiers will request a family travel decision from the gaining command. e. In-place consecutive overseas tours. Soldiers who complete their initial overseas tour and agree to serve another complete tour at the same location, may elect to serve the tour unaccompanied or accompanied, provided family members are authorized at the duty station (see subparas b and d above for each type of tour). Soldiers who desire to bring family members into the command will request a family travel decision from the overseas command. f. Follow-on assignments. Soldiers who receive orders to a follow-on assignment during an unaccompanied tour are authorized travel and transportation allowances for the family members to the locale of the follow-on assignment in CONUS. However, if the follow-on assignment is OCONUS, the family members must obtain command sponsorship from the overseas command. The soldier may ship his or her POV to the overseas location, if authorized for the particular location, and may place all, or part, of the HHG in nontemporary storage. g. Family members reside in CONUS, soldier serves a COT or IPCOT. Soldiers who serve an accompanied tour COT or IPCOT are entitled to travel and transportation of the family members from the previous designated place, or from the place the Government last moved the family members, to the new PDS or to the current PDS in the case of an IPCOT. When family members are authorized travel to the soldiers' overseas duty station, the Army installation in whose area the family members are residing will process necessary documents (such as passports) for family travel to the overseas duty station. The nearest military installation will process documents for shipment of personal property. See appendix D of this regulation for installations responsible. h. Family members reside in an OCONUS location other than the soldier's losing duty station, soldier serves a COT or IPCOT. Soldiers who serve an accompanied tour COT or IPCOT are entitled to travel and transportation of the family members from the previous designated place, or from the place the Government last moved the family members, to the new PDS or to the current PDS in the case of an IPCOT. The closest Army installation will process documents for family members residing OCONUS. At locations where an Army installation is not nearby, the soldier's current overseas command will process necessary documents. Section III Return from the Overseas Command 5­8. Early return of family members due to official situations a. Command-sponsored family members who reside overseas may be returned early to CONUS at Government expense under the provisions of JFTR, paragraph U5240­B. Return travel of family members to the overseas command at Government expense is not

authorized except for family members who returned early under JFTR, paragraph U5240­B3. b. Soldiers whose family members return to CONUS per JFTR, paragraph U5240­B1 and 2, may not be further moved at Government expense until the soldier is ordered on PCS from the overseas PDS or serves an IPCOT. However, if the family members return to the overseas location at personal expense, they are entitled to travel and transportation allowances at Government expense from the PDS on the subsequent PCS, provided the soldier-- (1) Obtains command sponsorship. (2) Has at least 12 months remaining on station after the arrival of dependents or approval of command sponsorship, whichever is later. c. Soldiers who return family members early from the overseas station will complete the prescribed accompanied tour. 5­9. Advance return of family members due to personal situations a. MACOMs may authorize the advance return of command sponsored family members to a designated place in CONUS for extreme situations that have developed after arrival at the overseas PDS. MACOMs may delegate approval authority to installation commanders in the grade of lieutenant colonel or higher, per JFTR, paragraph U5240­D2. If the family members are foreign nationals, they may be authorized travel to a place in the spouse's country of origin. This authority will not be further delegated and will be a last resort when personal situations cannot be resolved overseas. The approval authority for advance return of family members should consider recommendations from applicable religious advisors; mental health agencies; financial management counselors; and medical, educational, and financial experts, as applicable or appropriate. b. Family members who return under this provision are no longer entitled to dependent student travel to the sponsor's overseas location during the current tour. c. Soldiers who return family members to the overseas location at personal expense and obtain command sponsorship (one requirement for command sponsorship to be granted is that the soldier has at least 12 months remaining on station after the arrival of dependents or approval of command sponsorship, whichever is later) are entitled to travel and transportation allowances at Government expense from the PDS on the subsequent PCS. 5­10. Return travel of family members under the Missing Persons Act or upon death of the sponsor a. Who is involved. This paragraph applies to family members (without regard to command sponsorship) of a soldier entitled to basic pay who is-- (1) Officially reported as dead. (2) Injured or ill and the anticipated period of hospitalization or treatment is expected to be prolonged as shown by a statement of the commanding officer at the receiving hospital. (3) Absent for a period of more than 29 days in a missing status. b. Family member. The term " family member," as used in this paragraph, is the same as the term " dependent" as defined in appendix A, JFTR. In addition, when a soldier entitled to basic pay dies while on active duty outside CONUS, the term also includes an unmarried child who was transported at Government expense to such soldier's PDS, incident to the soldier assignment and became 21 years of age while the soldiers was serving at that station. c. Entitlement. Transportation of family members is authorized to the soldier's home of record, to the residence of the soldier's family members, or to such other location as authorized by the installation commander. Transportation may only be authorized or approved when a reasonable relationship exists between the condition and circumstances of the family members and the destination to which transportation is requested. (1) Family members must complete travel to their final home within 1 year from the date of the official status, or within 1 year after the soldier dies while entitled to basic pay. Requests for extension of a time limitation to permit travel will be sent to the MACOM for final decision. No transportation is authorized under

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the provisions of this paragraph when travel is delayed until after receipt of official notice that the soldier has returned to an active status. (2) Family members who are residing outside CONUS at the time the soldier stationed outside CONUS dies may be transported to an interim location approved by the installation commander subject to limitations in subparagraph 5­10 c above. The family members may reside at the interim location pending a decision on where to exercise the entitlement to a final home at Government expense. However, the final move must be exercised within the 1-year time limit. d. Subsequent entitlement. Family members may be moved again at Government expense when-- (1) Official notice is received that the soldier's status has changed from one to another of those listed in a above. (2) The soldier has been officially reported as absent for a period of more than 1 year in a missing status and the installation commander determines that the circumstances in the case justify an additional move. (3) The casualty status of the soldier is terminated. e. Authorization. Family members who meet the criteria for travel under this paragraph, will apply to the nearest military installation for support. See appendix C, figure C­9 of this regulation for required personal data needed and sample travel authorization. 5­11. Return travel of family members of soldiers separated from the Army or relieved from active duty a. When applicable. The JFTR, paragraph U5225, travel entitlement applies to soldiers on active duty who are separated from the Army or relieved from active duty under conditions other than those outlined in (1) through (4) below. (1) Duty station erroneously designated as Home of Record. (2) Separation from the Service or relief from active duty to continue in a service. (3) Separation from the Service or relief from active duty upon expiration of enlistment or prescribed term of service. (4) Relief from active duty for soldiers of the Reserve components called (or ordered) to active duty for less than 20 weeks. b. Entitlement. Soldiers described in a above are entitled to travel and transportation allowances for travel of family members not to exceed the entitlement from the last PDS or place to which family members were last transported at Government expense to the place which the soldier elects to receive travel allowances (JFTR, para U5125). c. Authorization. Family members who meet the criteria for travel under this paragraph, will apply to the nearest military installation for support. (See app C, fig C­10 of this regulation for personal data needed and sample travel authorization).

soldier before commercial travel will be used. Reimbursement of commercial transportation is per JFTR, paragraph U7551. b. Soldiers exercising a family care plan and who opt to return family members to CONUS will do so at personal expense unless noncombatant evacuation operations are implemented or provisions below are met authorizing an escort at Government expense. 6­2. Soldier as escort a. Soldier is stationed OCONUS. When a family member is authorized transportation to or from a medical facility for required medical attention which is not available locally, the soldier or another person may travel to attend a family member per paragraph 6­1 a, (JFTR para U7550­2). b. Soldier is stationed in CONUS. When a family member is transferred in a patient status on medical travel orders in CONUS from one medical facility to another medical facility and return for required medical attention which is not available locally, the soldier may travel as an escort per paragraph 6­1 a, (JFTR para U7550­6). 6­3. Escort travel by a sole-parent soldier or dual military couples a. Deferred or nonconcurrent travel status. When a family member of a sole-parent soldier or dual military couple was not authorized to travel concurrently with the soldier to the new duty station, the sole-parent soldier or one parent of a dual military couple, but not another person, may travel as an escort when travel to the new duty station is authorized for the family member (JFTR, para U7550­3). Dual military couples need not be serving a joint domicile tour. Round trip travel is authorized for the soldier to return for the family member and escort the family member to the new duty station. However, escort travel will not be approved for soldiers whose family members are over l8 years of age and were denied concurrent travel, unless the family member is medically unable to travel unaccompanied. Travel will be on a space required basis on AMC or MSC transportation when available. If the transportation is not available, a statement of nonavailability from the ITO must be issued to the soldier prior to arranging commercial transportation (see JFTR, paragraph U755l for reimbursement). b. Transportation under unusual or emergency circumstances. When a family member is authorized transportation per JFTR, paragraph U5240 (for example, advance return of dependents), the soleparent soldier or one parent of a dual military couple, but not another person, may travel as an escort to the authorized destination of the family member (who is not over 18 years of age, unless medically unable to travel alone) and return to the permanent duty station (see JFTR, para U7550­6). Travel will be on a space required basis on AMC or MSC transportation when available. If not available, the ITO will issue a statement of nonavailability of AMC transportation to the soldier prior to arranging commercial transportation (see JFTR, paragraph U7551 for reimbursement). 6­4. Transportation incident to evacuation of family members. See JFTR, paragraph U7550­5. 6­5. Escort travel of dependents when soldier dies, is declared missing, or is injured When a soldier is reported officially as dead, injured, ill, or absent for more than 29 days, as classified in JFTR, paragraph U5241, and family members are entitled to travel and transportation allowances, a soldier or another person may be authorized to escort the family members. 6­6. Travel a. The orders issuing authority will authorize per diem only for the amount of time that the member is in a travel status(JFTR, para U2200). Additional time taken by the member will be charged as ordinary leave to the member (JFTR, para U7553­c). b. AMC or MSC transportation will be used on a space required basis as the directed mode for such travel when available. Travel

Chapter 6 Escort Entitlements

6­1. Authorization a. An escort is a soldier or other person who travels with a minor, incapacitated or patient family member, to and from a medical facility or PDS. After arrival, the escort's duty is finished. An attendant is a soldier or other person who assists or replaces a medical person who provides the patient medical or nursing service en route to or at the patient's bedside in the medical facility. Escort travel at Government expense may be authorized for specific situations requiring a non-medical attendant. When a soldier is authorized to travel as an escort, reimbursement may only be for the soldier's travel and transportation expenses, not another person's. All soldiers or designated escorts, if authorized, must have orders issued by a competent authority prior to initiating travel. Travel will be on a space required basis on AMC or Military Sealift Command (MSC) transportation when available, if not available, the ITO will issue a statement of nonavailability of AMC transportation to the

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must be arranged through an installation transportation office. Soldiers who personally obtain a ticket from any other source, will not be reimbursed for the cost of the ticket that exceeds the cost that would have been incurred by the Government if AMC or MSC transportation were unavailable. 6­7. Approval and funding a. Soldiers or other authorized escorts must have orders issued by the competent authority. Authorization will be in standard orders format or may be transmitted electronically. See appendix C, figure C­12 of this regulation for a sample travel order. b. Travel of escorts or attendants under this chapter will be authorized only when the order-issuing authority has determined that travel by the family member(s) is necessary and that the family member(s) is incapable of traveling because of age, physical or mental incapacity, or other extraordinary circumstances that require that the family member(s) be accompanied by an escort or nonmedical attendants. c. MACOMs will fund escort travel as temporary duty. Health Service Command (HSC) has and will provide fund cite for nonmedical attendants.

7­1 through 7­3 below, soldiers and family members must have proper documentation and meet requirements as listed in the DoD Force Foreign Clearance Guide. 7­2. Travel for close-blood or affinitive relatives a. Close-blood or affinitive relatives who are permanent members of the soldier's household and dependent upon the soldier, are authorized space required transportation on a cash reimbursable basis, as provided in DoD 4515.13­R, paragraph 3­3 b(5) provided the-- (1) Soldier's legal dependents are authorized transportation at Government expense. (2) Travel is performed within 30 days of the travel of the sponsor or of his or her family members. (3) Travel is only for the transoceanic portion of the journey. b. Space available travel is not authorized for close-blood or affinitive relatives in conjunction with the sponsor's emergency leave. It may only be authorized during a PCS move. 7­3. Travel authorizations or orders The soldier's parent unit is responsible for issuing emergency leave orders and applicable travel authorizations. However, soldiers who are notified of an emergency at an ordinary leave site (when different from the emergency leave site) away from the permanent duty station should request support from the nearest military installation. The nearest military installation can issue the orders after verifying entitlements and obtaining a fund cite from the parent unit. For family members who are not collocated with the sponsor, travel authorizations will be sent to the military installation nearest the family members. See appendix C of this regulation for appropriate sample travel authorizations.

Chapter 7 Emergency Leave Travel

7­1. Approval a. The guidelines for approval of emergency leave for soldiers are addressed in AR 630­5. Approval of emergency leave is a prerequisite to any emergency leave travel by a soldier. Thus, commanders are encouraged to be familiar with the requirements to authorize or approve emergency leave and establish unit procedures to process emergency leave requests. Soldiers and family members must have a travel authorization prior to commencing travel at Government expense. Travel orders will include the authorized origin and destination for the travel. b. Travel entitlements for soldiers (JFTR, para U7205) are based on their-- (1) Permanent duty station. (2) Location when notified of emergency (3) Domicile (Domicile is only a factor if the member is stationed in CONUS). (4) Emergency leave site. (5) Commander's authorization for their travel. c. Travel entitlements for family members (JFTR, para U5244) are based on the following-- (1) Sponsor's domicile (Domicile is only a factor if the member is stationed in CONUS). (2) Family members' current location. (3) Command sponsorship status (if overseas). (4) Commander's authorization for family members to travel. d. Although a soldier may be authorized emergency leave, commanders should consider the type of emergency situation prior to authorizing travel for family members to accompany the soldier. Commanders should determine the utility of the presence of the family members based on the circumstances requiring emergency leave for the soldier. For example, the death of the soldier's parent may warrant the presence of the soldier's family. However, it may not be appropriate to allow family members to travel to an emergency leave site if the soldier's presence is required because of a disaster, such as a hurricane or tornado. e. Travel entitlements for soldiers and family members may differ. Thus, soldiers and family members must travel with separate travel authorizations to identify entitlements and, in certain situations, allow family members to travel without the sponsor (JFTR, para U5244). Travel authorizations will be issued as shown in appendix C of this regulation (fig C­8 or C­11 for family members and C­13 for soldiers). f. Although soldiers may be entitled to travel as outlined in tables

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Table 7­1 Emergency leave travel when the soldier's permanent duty station (PDS) is in CONUS

Emergency Leave Site Is Dependent's Travel Entitlement Is

Soldier's Domicile Is

Soldier's Travel Entitlement Is

In CONUS

OCONUS

AMC Space Required Travel Only, Authority is DoD 4515.13­R, AMC Space Available, Category 1 paragraph 3­3 a(2). Commercial Travel is not authorized. Only, Authority 4515.13­R, paragraph 4­5 a(5). See note 1. AMC Space Available Only, per DoD 4515.13­R, para 4­6 a Are not authorized AMC Space Available travel within CONUS

Does Not Apply OCONUS

CONUS OCONUS

Funded commercial air or AMC Space Required Travel Funded travel, the same as the From-- The Int'l Airport nearest the PDS or location at the time sponsor's. Authority is JFTR, paranotified of the emergency graph U5244­B4. See note 2. TO-- The Int'l Airport in, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico or U.S. possession or an Int'l Airport outside of the U.S. when authorized by the leave approval authority. Authority JFTR, Para. U7205.

Notes: 1. Separate travel orders will be published for the solider and family members. Soldier will be issued a travel order authorizing AMC Space Required Travel, include fund cite and CIC code. Family members will be issued a travel authorization for AMC Space Available Travel, Category 1, see appendix C, figure C­11. Do not combine AMC Space Available and AMC Space Required Travel on one order. 2. See appendix A, JFTR for definition of a 'dependent' (same as 'family member'. Family members are not required to accompany the sponsor. If the family members travel without the sponsor, see appendix C, figure C­8 of this regulation for sample travel authorization.

Table 7­2 Emergency leave travel when the solider's permanent duty station is OCONUS and the soldier is accompanied by command sponsored family members

Emergency Leave Site Is Soldier's Travel Entitlement Is Family member's Travel Entitlement Is

CONUS

Funded commercial air or AMC Space Required Travel Funded travel same as the sponsor's, authority is From-- Int'l Airport nearest PDS or location when notified of the emer- JFTR, para. U5244­B. See Note 1. gency TO-- Closest Int'l Airport in CONUS to which a scheduled flight is available, authority is JFTR, para. U7205. See Note 1. Funded commercial air or AMC Space Required Travel Funded travel is same as the sponsor's. Authority FROM-- Int'l Airport nearest PDS or location at the time notified of the JFTR, para. U5244­B4. See Note 2. emergency, TO-- Int'l Airport in Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, U.S. Possession or any other location outside the U.S. when authorized by the leave approval authority. Authority JFTR, para. U7205. See Note 2.

OCONUS

Notes: 1. AMC flights need not be direct nonstop. Use of AMC flights that have stops within CONUS are authorized. Travel to the emergency leave site from the closest international airport in CONUS will be at the member's expense. 2. If sponsor and/or family members must transit CONUS to reach the emergency leave location outside CONUS, travel across CONUS will be at Government expense.

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Table 7­3 Emergency Leave Travel when the solider is stationed OCONUS and the soldier is accompanied by NON-COMMAND SPONSORED family members

Emergency Leave Site Is Soldier's Travel Entitlement Is Family Member's Travel Entitlement Is

CONUS

Funded Commercial Air or AMC Space Required Travel AMC Space Available Category 1, One-Way Only. From-- Int'l Airport nearest the soldier's PDS or location at the Authority-- DoD 4515.13­R, para. 4­5 a(5). Round-trip is time notified of the emergency not authorized! per DoD 4515.13­R, para. 4­5 a(5). TO-- Closest Int'l Airport in CONUS to which a scheduled flight is available from the Int'l Airport that the solider departed. Authority JFTR, para. U7205. See Note 1. Funded commercial air or AMC Space Required Travel from-- Int'l Airport nearest soldier's PDS or location at the time notified of the emergency TO-- Int'l Airport in Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, U.S. Possession or any other location outside the U.S. when authorized by the leave approval authority. Authority-- JFTR, para. U7205. See Note 2. AMC Space Available Travel, Category 1, One-Way Only. Authority-- DoD 4515.13­R, para. 4­5 a(5). Roundtrip travel is not authorized! per DoD 4515.13­R, para. 4­5 a (5).

OCONUS

Notes: 1. AMC flights need not be direct nonstop. Use of AMC flights that have stops within CONUS are authorized. Travel to the emergency leave site from the closest international airport in CONUS will be at the soldier's expense. 2. If the soldier must transit CONUS to reach the emergency leave site outside CONUS, travel across CONUS will be at Government expense.

Table 7­4 Emergency Leave Travel when the solider is stationed OCONUS and the family members are residing in CONUS

Emergency Leave Site Is Soldier's Travel Entitlement Is Family Member's Travel Entitlement Is

CONUS

Funded commercial air or AMC Space Required Travel Family members are NOT authorized AMC Space AvailaFrom-- Int'l Airport from the soldier's PDS or location at the time ble or Funded commercial air travel. notified of the emergency TO-- Closest Int'l Airport in CONUS to which a scheduled flight is available from that Int'l Airport the soldier departed. Authority JFTR, para. U7205. See Note 1. Funded commercial air or AMC Space Required Travel from-- Int'l Airport nearest the soldier's PDS or location at the time notified of the emergency TO-- Int'l Airport in Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, U.S. Possession or any other location outside of the U.S. when authorized by the leave approval authority, per JFTR, para. U7205. See Note 2. Soldier must have an OCONUS domicile in order for family members to be authorized funded travel, same as the soldier, per JFTR, paragraph U5244­B4. If soldier has a CONUS domicile, Family members may only travel AMC Space Available, Category 1, per DoD 4515­13R, para. 4­5 a(5).

OCONUS

Notes: 1. AMC flights need not be direct nonstop. Use of AMC International flights that have stops within CONUS are authorized. Travel to the emergency leave site from the closest international airport in CONUS will be at the soldier's expense. 2. If soldier (and family members if authorized) must transit CONUS to reach the emergency leave site outside CONUS, travel across CONUS will be at Government expense.

Table 7­5 Emergency Leave Travel when the solider is performing Temporary Duty

Temporary Duty Station Is Permanent Duty Station Is Soldier's Travel Entitlement Is

CONUS or OCONUS

CONUS or OCONUS

Government Funded Transportation From-- Location of Temporary Duty Station TO-- Soldier's PDS or to the emergency leave site, not to exceed the cost of transportation to the PDS when authorized by the leave approval authority, per AR 630­5, chapter 6 and JFTR, para. U7205­B. See Note 1.

Notes: 1. Transportation funds are provided from the PDS as if the soldier is traveling on TDY.

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Chapter 8 Temporary Duty Travel Overseas

8­1. Basis for activity a. This chapter outlines policy governing OCONUS temporary duty travel, implements policy in DoD Directive 4500.54, and prescribes the use of DoD 4500.54­G, DoD Force Foreign Clearance Guide (FCG). It sets forth procedures and requirements for obtaining theater, country, and special area clearances, including travel between overseas commands and permissive temporary duty travel OCONUS. b. The FCG is recognized by DoD as the sole prescribing authority for travel clearance and identification requirements for U.S. military and DoD civilians to enter foreign countries on official business. The FCG sets forth special travel areas, foreign country entrance requirements, OCONUS commander's requirements within their area of command, and procedures to obtain permission to visit an area OCONUS. c. All requests for OCONUS temporary duty travel overseas will be processed according to the FCG. 8­2. Eligibility a. This chapter concerns-- (1) All DA military and civilian personnel including members of the Army National Guard (ARNG) and United States Army Reserve (USAR). (2) Non-DA personnel traveling under Army sponsorship, except members of Congress. b. This chapter does not apply to-- (1) Travel of personnel in troop movements. (2) Intra-theater troop movements. (3) Travel by personnel in unified or overseas commands to units of those commands. (4) Aircrew personnel when performing aircrew duties only. (5) Travel by a commander or field command personnel to units under their command. (6) Travel by personnel of international staffs or organizations within their assigned areas of responsibility. (7) Travel for investigations, surveys, and special inquiries by the U.S. Army Inspector General. c. Some categories of OCONUS TDY travel do not require theater or area clearance. These categories are listed in the FCG under the country or countries being visited. 8­3. Policy It is Army policy that-- a. The number of visits and visitors to overseas areas shall be kept to a minimum. b. Visits will be made only when business cannot be carried out by other means. c. Visits will be arranged with a minimum requirement on equipment, facilities, time, and services of installations and personnel being visited. d. Trips to the same general area and in the same general period shall be consolidated. e. Length of visits will be kept short. f. Maximum use of Air Mobility Command (AMC) flights will be made when flights meet mission requirements. 8­4. Supporting activities Major Army commanders and Army staff agency heads or their designated representatives at the two-star level will-- a. Ensure clearances for all personnel are obtained for travel sponsored by that command or agency. This includes personnel from other commands or agencies attached in support of the mission. b. Appoint one travel clearance manager within their command or staff to be responsible for ensuring compliance with the specific clearance requirements outlined in the FCG, including those contained in the FCG's General Information Booklet. Travel clearance

managers will not be appointed below the major subordinate command (two-star or equivalent) level. Travel clearance managers will-- (1) Obtain and keep current the DoD FCG. (2) Ensure that personnel applying for OCONUS travel meet all clearance requirements of the FCG, Army regulations that apply, and local policies. (3) Maintain copies of all correspondence pertaining to individual and group travel clearances. (4) Inform the travel approval official of any restrictions or additional requirements (such as immunization, passport, visa, and clothing requirements as outlined in the FCG) for travel and clearances. (5) Forward to the travel approval official responses to travel clearance requests. c. Appoint travel approval officials within their command or staff to screen travel requests. Approving officials will not be appointed below the Colonel (O­6) level, and will normally be the approving official at block 18 on DD Form 1610 (Request and Authorization for TDY Travel of DoD Personnel). Travel approval officials-- (1) Request " Special Area" clearance concurrently with country and theater clearances. (2) Screen requests per policy in paragraph 8­3. (3) Ensure sufficient funds are available for travel prior to approval. (4) Ensure approved travel clearances have been obtained prior to the commencement of travel. (5) Ensure that travelers apply for passports and visas (as required) immediately. Information regarding the requirements for passports and visas can be obtained from the travel clearance manager. Submission for passports and visas should not be delayed pending final travel clearance approval. 8­5. Processing requests a. Travel clearance managers establish time frames for the submission of travel requests. These time frames will allow sufficient time for processing the travel request with the OCONUS agency according to the time frames established in the FCG for that country. b. Travel approval authorities submit requests for OCONUS travel to the travel clearance manager. Requests will contain the following-- (1) Countries to be visited. (2) Full name, grade, position title, passport number (if available), SSN, organization, and security clearance of visitors. (3) Specific purpose of visit to include briefings requested and offered and subjects to be discussed. (4) Date and nature of invitations on which visit is based, if appropriate. (5) Proposed itinerary, including estimated times and dates of arrival and departure and transportation mode to each place. (6) Alternate visit dates if visit cannot be accommodated at preferred time. (7) Name, grade, and position title of key personnel to be visited. (8) Logistical and administrative support required, including billeting and ground and air transportation. (9) Statement of availability of funds. (10) Implications if travel is not approved. (11) Statement of whether classified information will be disclosed and to whom. If disclosure to foreign nationals is involved, include the security classification of information and authority for disclosure. (12) Name and Defense Switched Network (DSN) and commercial phone numbers of travel approval authority submitting request. c. Travel clearance managers inform the travel approval official of the requirements for passports and visas (as applicable) at the time of submission of the travel clearance request from the travel approval official. d. Travel clearance managers forward requests for travel clearances to the applicable country in accordance with the procedures outlined in the FCG for that country. Requests will be submitted within the time frame outlined in the FCG for that country.

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e. Travel clearance managers inform the approval official of the response for travel clearance. 8­6. Clearance and briefing requirements a. Theater or country clearance is required for any TDY OCONUS except for travelers listed in j below, or if specifically excluded by the FCG. b. If travel requires clearances with the Department of State (DOS) or the Office Under Secretary of Defense (Policy), OUSD(P), obtain these clearances before requesting theater or area clearance. c. If travel is to a " special area" as indicated in the FCG, travel clearance managers will concurrently request DOS clearance through the OUSD(P) which shall notify the approval official or traveler, through appropriate channels, when DOS clearance has been obtained. d. Detailed foreign travel itineraries of DoD civilian officials appointed by the President, members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will be classified CONFIDENTIAL with declassification upon trip completion. Only the composite itinerary that contains the overall schedule, including arrival and departure times and places, is classified when associated with the official. Necessary coordination and administrative arrangements to develop and execute the elements of the itinerary may be handled on an unclassified basis. e. The DOS shall be notified, through OUSD(P), when travel will involve-- (1) Contacts or meetings with foreign government officials or industry representatives when foreign policy will be discussed with these individuals. (2) Meetings with information media personnel when matters affecting foreign policy will be discussed. (3) Briefings or logistical support from U.S. Embassy or consular personnel. f. Visits by personnel of U.S. noncryptologic organizations to U.S. cryptologic overseas activities must be coordinated in advance with the Director, National Security Agency (NSA), or his or her designated area or command representative. This does not apply to visits to U.S. cryptologic activities involving purely interdepartmental matters of a particular Service. Guidance pertaining to visits to foreign cryptologic activities is contained in DoD TS­5105.12­M­2. g. When travel of persons will involve the disclosure or presentation of classified information or export-controlled unclassified technical data, justification for the travel must include a statement that the appropriate disclosure authorization has been approved to comply with DoD Directives 5230.11, C­5230.23, 2040.2, or 5230.9, and AR 380­10. If the traveler must carry classified material, he or she shall also state that they are aware of requirements to protect classified information as outlined in DoD 5200.1­R, chapter VIII, section 3, and AR 380­5, chapter VIII. If the traveler is expected to have access to foreign government classified information, additional certification may be required by the FCG. h. When it is necessary for personnel in a travel status to carry classified material while performing official duties, the procedures in DoD 5200.1­R, chapter VIII, section 3 and AR 380­5, chapter VIII shall be followed. i. Theater clearance requests for visits to nuclear weapon storage sites shall be processed as required by applicable Unified Command directives. j. All proposed visits to overseas areas, other than those to U.S. possessions, by DoD civilian officials appointed by the President, members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will be cleared with the Executive Secretary of the Department of Defense, through the OUSD(P), before plans or arrangements are communicated abroad. k. In cases where clearances may not be required and the traveler will visit a host-government activity or contractor facility where classified information might be discussed, the personnel clearance provisions of the FCG and related host-government security requirements will be complied with. If the FCG is not clear in this respect,

the travel clearance manager will contact the applicable U.S. Defense Attache Office (DAO) or Offices of Defense Cooperation (ODC) for additional information on host-government requirements. l. Security managers and special security officers will provide a pre-travel security brief per AR 381­12, paragraph 7, if travelers will-- (1) Travel in or through countries whose interests are opposed to those of the United States. (2) Attend international professional meetings where representatives of countries having interests opposed to those of the United States will take part. m. Travelers will also be briefed by their command or agency force protection officer per AR 525­13, appendix B, concerning both the threat posed to their safety and the precautions that should be taken to minimize their vulnerability when traveling to or through countries which are listed as high physical threat countries in the latest DA Force Protection Travel Advisory message from HQDA ODCSOPS. n. Additional requirements (when applicable) for travel by senior officials are contained in the FCG under the country. 8­7. Passport and visa requirements a. The FCG lists passport and visa requirements. Passports and visas will be processed according to DoD 1000.21­R, Passport and Passport Agent Services and the Department of State Passport Agent's Manual. b. Passport applications should not be delayed pending formal approval of travel clearances. 8­8. Requesting the DoD Force Foreign Clearance Guide a. Requests for the FCG should be sent on letterhead stationery and include justification, FCG booklets required, number of copies, and exact mailing address. If you require an FCG Classified Supplement, your request must indicate that classified storage (up to Secret) is available. If you desire copies of the current FCG booklets (as opposed to new booklets as they are published), include this statement in your request-- " Initial distribution requested." b. Send requests to-- (1) Mail. Defense Mapping Agency Combat Support, Center/ PMSR, 6001 MacArthur Blvd Mail Stop D­16, Bethesda, MD 20816­5001 (2) FAX. DSN 287­2498, Commercial (301) 227­2598 (3) Telephone inquiries. Customer Service , DSN 287­2495, Commercial (301) 227­2495 c. The FCG is updated on a quarterly basis.

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Appendix A References

Section I Required Publications AR 600­8­11 Reassignment. (Cited in para 1­9.) AR 614­30 Overseas Service. (Cited in para 1­13.) Joint Federal Travel Regulations (JFTR). (Cited in para 1­11.) Section II Related Publications AR 37­106 Finance and Accounting for Installations, Travel and Transportation Allowances AR 40­562 Immunizations and Chemoprophylaxis AR 55­28 Port Call Procedures for Passenger Movement AR 55­71 Transportation of Personal Property and Related Service AR 55­355 Defense Traffic Management Regulation: Transportation Facility Guide, Army AR 310­10 Military Orders AR 380­5 Department of the Army Information Security Program AR 380­10 Disclosure of Information, Visits, and Accreditation of Foreign Nationals AR 381­12 Subversion and Espionage Directed Against United States Army (SAEDA) AR 525­13 The Army Terrorism Counteraction Program AR 600­75 Exceptional Family Member Program AR 601­280 Total Army Retention Program AR 608­1 Army Community Service Program AR 608­3 Naturalization and Citizenship of Military Personnel and Dependents AR 630­5 Leave and Passes AR 680­29 Military Personnel, Organization and Type of Transaction Codes

DOD 1000.21­R Passport and Passport Agent Services. (Cited in para 8­7.) Foreign Clearance Guide DOD Directive 4500.54 Official Duty Travel Abroad DOD Directive 2040.2 International Transfers of Technology, Goods, Services, and Munitions DOD 4515.13­R Transportation by DOD-Owned and -Controlled Aircraft. DOD 5200.1­R Information Security Program Regulation DOD Directive 5230.9 Clearance of DOD Information for Public Release DOD Directive 5230.11 Disclosure of Classified Military Information to Foreign Governments and International Organizations DOD Directive C­5230.23 Intelligence Disclosure Policy Section III Prescribed Forms DA Form 4600 Travelope. (Prescribed in para 3­3.) Section IV Referenced Forms DA Form 31 Request Authority for Leave DA Form 4787­R Reassignment Processing DA Form 4787­1 Request for Evaluation of Dependent Medical and Educational Problems DD Form 1299 Application for Shipment and/or Storage of Personal Property DD Form 1610 Request and Authorization for TDY Travel of DOD Personnel DOS Form DSP­11 United States Department of State Application for Passport/ Regulation

Appendix B Delegation of Approval Authority

Authority for approving travel is aligned per the listing in table B-1.

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Table B­1 Delegation of approval authority

Reference Title/Issue Authority

U3125­B3, JFTR U4605, JFTR U5130­B2, JFTR U5130­B3b, JFTR U5130­B4, JFTR U5203­B10, JFTR U5218­C, JFTR U5222­C4b, JFTR U5222­D1b, JFTR U5222­D1c, JFTR U5240­B, JFTR U5240­D, JFTR U5240­J, JFTR U5243­C2c, JFTR U7200­B1b, JFTR U7200­B2b, JFTR U7205­A, JFTR U7210­A, JFTR U7325, JFTR

Approve 1st class air Dependent travel in conjunction with Indeterminate TDY

ODCSLOG ODCSLOG

Member travel-Home of selection (1 year limit) extension (hospitaliza- ODCSPER tion) Member travel-Home of selection (1 year limit) (education) Member travel-Home of Selection 1 year limit (other cases) Travel of certain dependents when not residing with soldier Dependent travel from other than old PDS to other than new PDS ODCSPER ODCSPER PERSCOM TAPC­MOT Local F&AO

Designated place move- " unaccompanied" tour (AK, HI, P.R. or U.S. Installation Cdr (COL) Territory or possession) Designated place move- " Dep Restricted" tour (HI, AK, P.R. or U.S. Installation Cdr (COL) Territory or possession) Designated place move- " Dep Restricted" tour (OCONUS other than ASA HI, AK, P.R. or U.S. Territory or possession) Early return of dependents (official situations) Early return of dependents (Personal situations) Installation Cdr, (COL) Installation Cdr (LTC)

Trans of dependents incident to Court Martial of member stationed in PERSCOM CONUS Student travel--extension of travel over 30 days after separation from school COT leave--soldier destination COT leave--family member destination Emergency leave destination (OCONUS) Convalescent leave location Soldiers receiving non-federally sponsored honor awards MACOM ODCSPER ODCSPER Commander (LTC) Commander (LTC) MACOM

Notes: Forward all requests for ODCSPER and ASA, with chain of command endorsements and reasons to approve or disapprove the request, through PERSCOM.

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Appendix C Travel Authorizations

This appendix provides sample travel authorizations. Commands electing not to transmit orders by electronic means will format the text of the sample message in a memorandum format with letterhead from the issuing headquarters.

01

02

0000Z FEB 92

UUUU

FM OVERSEAS FAMILY TRAVEL AUTHORITY TO SOLDIER'S SERVICING PSC OR AS DIRECTED ON DA 4787 INFO SOLDIER'S GAINING UNIT OVERSEAS UNCLAS SUBJ: REF: FAMILY TRAVEL-- SOLDIER'S LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, MI, RANK, SSN APPROPRIATE REGULATION

SOLDIER'S ORDER NUMBER, IF APPLICABLE 1. THIS MESSAGE CONSTITUTES TRAVEL ORDER NUMBER ISSUED BY COMMAND ISSUING HEADQUARTERS, OFFICE SYMBOL, HOUSING CONTROL NUMBER. 2. CONCURRENT TRAVEL FOR FAMILY MEMBERS FROM AUTHORIZED LOCATION TO SOLDIER'S NEXT DUTY STATION IS APPROVED, PROVIDED YOU HAVE SUFFICIENT REMAINING SERVICE TO COMPLETE THE OVERSEAS TOUR PRIOR TO DEPARTURE FROM YOUR INSTALLATION. GOVERNMENT OR ECONOMY HOUSING IS PROJECTED TO BE AVAILABLE IN ENTER DAYS OR WEEKS. 3. IF APPLICABLE, INCLUDE: ENROLLMENT IN THE EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER PROGRAM DOES NOT, IN ITSELF, QUALIFY YOU FOR SPECIAL HOUSING CONSIDERATION. YOU MAY SUBMIT A REQUEST FOR EXCEPTION TO ROUTINE HOUSING ASSIGNMENT TO YOUR COMMUNITY HOUSING OFFICE UPON ARRIVAL. 4. SOLDIER ASSIGNED: UNIT OF ASSIGNMENT 5. AVAILABILITY DATE: MM/DD/YY 6. IF APPLICABLE: IT HAS BEEN DETERMINED THAT SPECIAL MEDICAL AND/OR EDUCATIONAL CARE IS AVAILABLE IN OR NEAR THE SOLDIER'S AREA OF ASSIGNMENT. INCLUDE IN THE PCS ORDER " ASSIGNMENT INVOLVES EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER", SOLDIER WILL NOT BE DIVERTED OR REASSIGNED WITHOUT APPROVAL FROM CDR, (COMMAND) . 7. IF YOU OBTAIN PRIVATE RENTAL HOUSING AFTER ARRIVING IN OVERSEAS COMMAND YOU WILL NOT BE ASSIGNED GOVERNMENT-CONTROLLED HOUSING FOR ONE YEAR FROM THE DAY THEY SIGN A LEASE (EXCEPT ALASKA & HAWAII) 8. YOU MUST NOTIFY GAINING UNIT WHEN PORT CALL IS RECEIVED. 9. YOU ARE AUTHORIZED TO SHIP FULL OR LIMITED JFTR WEIGHT ALLOWANCE TO COUNTRY, UP TO THE WEIGHT ALLOWANCES PRESCRIBED IN PARA U5310 OF THE JFTR. INCLUDE APPLICABLE INFORMATION ON FURNITURE SUPPORT IN THE OVERSEAS COMMAND. 10. NONTEMPORARY STORAGE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS OUTSIDE CONUS AT GOVERNMENT EXPENSE IS NOT AUTHORIZED. ENSURE PROJECTED QUARTERS (GOVERNMENT OR PRIVATE RENTAL) WILL HAVE SUFFICIENT ROOM TO USE OR STORE ALL HHG SHIPPED. 11. SOLDIERS ADDRESS: STREET, CITY, STATE, ZIP

Figure C-1. Sample concurrent travel authorization

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02

0000Z MAR 92 FM OVERSEAS COMMAND TO SOLDIER'S SERVICING INFO SOLDIER'S GAINING

UUUU FAMILY TRAVEL AUTHORITY PSC UNIT OVERSEAS

UNCLAS SUBJ: FAMILY TRAVEL-- SOLDIER'S LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, MI, RANK, SSN REF: APPROPRIATE REGULATION SOLDIER'S ORDER NUMBER, IF APPLICABLE 1. THIS MESSAGE CONSTITUTES TRAVEL ORDER NUMBER ISSUED BY COMMAND ISSUING HEADQUARTERS, OFFICE SYMBOL, HOUSING CONTROL NUMBER. 2. DEFERRED TRAVEL TO INDICATE ECONOMY OR GOVERNMENT HOUSING IS APPROVED PROVIDED SOLDIER HAS SUFFICIENT REMAINING SERVICE TO COMPLETE THE OVERSEAS TOUR PRIOR TO DEPARTURE FROM YOUR INSTALLATION. INDICATE ECONOMY OR GOVERNMENT HOUSING IS PROJECTED TO BE AVAILABLE IN ENTER DAYS OR WEEKS. 3. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES ARE YOU AUTHORIZED TO RELOCATE FAMILY AT GOVERNMENT EXPENSE TO ANOTHER RESIDENCE PRIOR TO THE FAMILY DEPARTING FOR THIS COMMAND. REPEAT, ANY MOVEMENT OF FAMILY MEMBERS TO ANOTHER LOCATION IS AT PERSONAL EXPENSE. IF the soldier is an AIT student, include where the family members are authorized to travel from. 4. IF APPLICABLE, INCLUDE: ENROLLMENT IN THE EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER PROGRAM DOES NOT, IN ITSELF, QUALIFY YOU FOR SPECIAL HOUSING CONSIDERATION. YOU MAY SUBMIT A REQUEST FOR EXCEPTION TO ROUTINE HOUSING ASSIGNMENT TO YOUR COMMUNITY HOUSING OFFICE, UPON ARRIVAL. IF THE SOLDIER IS AN AIT STUDENT, INCLUDE WHERE FAMILY MEMBERS ARE AUTHORIZED TO TRAVEL FROM. 5. SOLDIER ASSIGNED: UNIT OF ASSIGNMENT 6. AVAILABILITY DATE: MM/DD/YY 7. IF APPLICABLE: THE APPROPRIATE OFFICIALS HAVE DETERMINED THAT SPECIAL MEDICAL AND OR EDUCATIONAL CARE IS AVAILABLE IN OR NEAR THE SOLDIER'S AREA OF ASSIGNMENT. INCLUDE IN THERE ORDERS, " ASSIGNMENT INVOLVES EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER" , SOLDIER WILL NOT BE DIVERTED OR REASSIGNED WITHOUT APPROVAL FROM CDR, (COMMAND) . 8. IF YOU OBTAIN PRIVATE RENTAL HOUSING AFTER ARRIVING IN OVERSEAS COMMAND YOU WILL NOT BE ASSIGNED GOVERNMENT-CONTROLLED HOUSING FOR ONE YEAR FROM THE DAY YOU SIGN A LEASE. (EXCEPT ALASKA & HAWAII) 9. YOU ARE AUTHORIZED TO SHIP FULL OR LIMITED JFTR WEIGHT ALLOWANCE TO COUNTRY, UP TO THE WEIGHT ALLOWANCES PRESCRIBED IN PARA U5310 OF THE JFTR. INCLUDE APPLICABLE INFORMATION ON FURNITURE SUPPORT IN THE OVERSEAS COMMAND. 10. NONTEMPORARY STORAGE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS OUTSIDE CONUS AT GOVERNMENT EXPENSE IS NOT AUTHORIZED. YOU MUST ENSURE PROJECTED QUARTERS (GOVERNMENT OR PRIVATE RENTAL) WILL HAVE SUFFICIENT ROOM TO USE OR STORE ALL HHG SHIPPED. 11. SOLDIER'S ADDRESS: STREET, CITY, STATE, ZIP CODE.

Figure C-2. Sample deferred travel authorization

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02

0000Z MAR 92 UUUU FM OVERSEAS FAMILY TRAVEL AUTHORITY TO SOLDIER'S SERVICING PSC

INFO SOLDIER'S GAINING UNIT OVERSEAS UNCLAS SUBJ: FAMILY TRAVEL-- SOLDIER'S LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, MI, RANK, SSN REF: APPROPRIATE REGULATION SOLDIER'S ORDER NUMBER, IF APPLICABLE 1. THIS MESSAGE CONSTITUTES TRAVEL ORDER NUMBER ISSUED BY COMMAND ISSUING HEADQUARTERS, OFFICE SYMBOL, HOUSING CONTROL NUMBER. 2. FAMILY TRAVEL DISAPPROVED BECAUSE OF NONAVAILABILITY OF GOVERNMENT OR PRIVATE RENTAL HOUSING. 3. SOLDIER SHOULD NOT ELECT AN " UNACCOMPANIED" TOUR UNLESS ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN FAMILY TRAVEL TO THE MEMBER'S OVERSEAS PDS WILL NOT BE DESIRED AT A LATER DATE. IF YOU SERVE AN " UNACCOMPANIED" TOUR YOU MUST HAVE AN APPROVED IPCOT OR COT IF YOU LATER REQUEST TO MOVE YOUR FAMILY OVERSEAS AFTER FAMILY MOVED TO A DESIGNATED PLACE. 4. BASED ON DISAPPROVED TRAVEL, YOU ARE AUTHORIZED TO RELOCATE FAMILY MEMBERS AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO A DESIGNATED PLACE IAW U5222-C, ITEM 3(A), JFTR. 5. SOLDIER ASSIGNED: UNIT OF ASSIGNMENT 6. AVAILABILITY DATE: MM/DD/YY 7. SOLDIER MUST NOTIFY GAINING UNIT WHEN PORT CALL IS RECEIVED. 8. CONTACT YOUR INSTALLATION TRANSPORTATION OFFICE TO ARRANGE SHIPMENT OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS/UNACCOMPANIED BAGGAGE TO THE MEMBER'S PDS OVERSEAS PER PARAGRAPH U5310 AND TABLE OF PCS WEIGHT ALLOWANCES OF THE JFTR AND TO THE FAMILY MEMBER'S DESIGNATED PLACE, IF APPLICABLE. INCLUDE APPLICABLE INFORMATION ON FURNITURE SUPPORT IN THE OVERSEAS COMMAND. 9. NONTEMPORARY STORAGE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS OUTSIDE CONUS AT GOVERNMENT EXPENSE IS NOT AUTHORIZED. 10. SOLDIERS ADDRESS: STREET, CITY, STATE, ZIP

Figure C-3. Sample disapproved (nonconcurrent) travel

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0000Z AUG 91 UUUU FM COMMAND ISSUING ORDERS TO SPONSOR'S SERVICING PSC INFO CDRPERSCOM//TAPC-MOT//

UNCLAS SUBJ: ORDER FOR SPACE REQUIRED STUDENT TRAVEL-- LAST NAME OF STUDENT, FIRST NAME, MI. 1. THIS MESSAGE CONSTITUTES STUDENT TRAVEL ORDER NUMBER ISSUED BY COMMAND ISSUING HEADQUARTERS, OFFICE SYMBOL, APO, DATE. 2. NAME OF STUDENT: FIRST NAME, MI, LAST NAME_ DOB: MM/DD/YY SSN: STUDENT'S SOCIAL SECURITY NO. 3. NAME AND LOCATION OF COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY STUDENT ATTENDS: COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY NAME, CITY, STATE, ZIP. 4. STUDENT ADDRESS: INCLUDE ADDRESS FOR UNACCOMPANIED BAGGAGE SHIPMENT PICKUP. TELEPHONE-- PHONE NO. WHERE STUDENT IS MOST AVAILABLE._ 5. SPONSOR'S RANK, NAME: RANK, FIRST NAME, MI, LAST NAME_ SSN: SELF EXPLANATORY SPONSOR'S UNIT OF ASSIGNMENT: UNIT ADDRESS, APO LOCATION: CITY, COUNTRY WHERE SOLDIER IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED 6. (ONE WAY OR ROUND TRIP) TRANSPORTATION IS AUTHORIZED BETWEEN CITY, COUNTRY TO CITY, COUNTRY. ORIGIN AND DESTINATION MUST BE SPECIFICALLY STATED. 7. REQUESTED PORT CALL DATE(S): MM/DD/YY AND MM/DD/YY 8. FUND CITE: SELF-EXPLANATORY EOR CODE: XXXX (EOR- ELEMENT OF RESOURCE, 218G-MAC, 219G-GTR. USE 218G IF UNKNOWN). ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE: PROJECTED EXPENDITURE FOR INDIVIDUAL'S TRAVEL CIC: (SEE AR 37-100). 9. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: ANY SPECIAL TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS THAT THE STUDENT TRAVELER MAY HAVE, MUST BE STATED IN THIS PARAGRAPH. 10. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE STUDENT TRAVELER: A. YOUR SPONSOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ARRANGING TRANSPORTATION THROUGH HIS/HER LOCAL TRANSPORTATION OFFICE OR OBTAINING A STATEMENT OF NONAVAILABILITY. IF YOU PERSONALLY OBTAIN A TICKET FROM ANY OTHER SOURCE, YOU WILL NOT BE REIMBURSED UNLESS YOU HAVE A PRE-AUTHORIZED STATEMENT OF NONAVAILABILITY OF AMC TRAVEL FROM THE ITO OFFICE. B. YOU ARE ENTITLED TO ONE ROUND TRIP PER FISCAL YEAR (1 OCT-30 SEPT). TRAVEL IS AUTHORIZED BETWEEN YOUR SCHOOL AND YOUR SPONSOR'S DUTY STATION. C. YOU MUST HAVE IN YOUR POSSESSION A VALID ID CARD AND A PASSPORT WITH VISA, IF REQUIRED. D. YOUR UNACCOMPANIED BAGGAGE SHIPMENT ALLOWANCE IS 350 POUNDS. ACCOMPANIED BAGGAGE IS LIMITED TO TWO PIECES, EACH PIECE NOT TO EXCEED 62 INCHES IN TOTAL DIMENSION, OR 70 POUNDS WEIGHT. AN ADDITIONAL PIECE OF CARRY-ON LUGGAGE MAY NOT EXCEED 45 INCHES AND MUST FIT UNDER THE PASSENGER SEAT OF THE AIRCRAFT. E. YOUR LAST STUDENT TRAVEL WAS PERFORMED ON MM/DD/YY (OR N/A) CITY, COUNTRY TO CITY, COUNTRY. THIS TRAVEL CONSTITUTED THE APPLICABLE SEGMENT OF YOUR ROUND TRIP ENTITLEMENT. F. IF APPLICABLE, TRAVEL IS BEING PERFORMED WITHIN 30 DAYS OF STUDENT GRADUATING, COMPLETING, OR QUITTING SCHOOL. 11. THIS ORDER SERVES AS AUTHORIZATION FOR TRAVEL AND MUST BE CARRIED BY YOU THE STUDENT TRAVELER. 12. FOR EMERGENCIES, CONTACT THE STUDENT TRAVEL OPERATIONS CENTER AT 1-800-582-5552. IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, CALL COLLECT, (703) 325-0579.

Figure C-4. Sample student travel space required travel authorization

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UNCLAS SUBJ: ORDER FOR SPACE AVAILABLE STUDENT TRAVEL-- LAST NAME OF STUDENT, FIRST NAME. 1. THIS MESSAGE CONSTITUTES STUDENT TRAVEL ORDER NUMBER ISSUED BY COMMAND ISSUING HEADQUARTERS, OFFICE SYMBOL, APO, DATE. 2. NAME OF STUDENT: FIRST NAME, MI, LAST NAME, DOB: MM/DD/YY SSN: STUDENT'S SOCIAL SECURITY NO. 3. NAME AND LOCATION OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE STUDENT ATTENDS: EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE NAME, CITY, STATE, ZIP. 4. SPONSOR'S RANK, NAME: RANK, FIRST NAME, MI, LAST NAME SSN: SELF EXPLANATORY SPONSOR'S UNIT OF ASSIGNMENT: UNIT ADDRESS, APO LOCATION: CITY, COUNTRY WHERE SOLDIER IS PHYSICALLY LOCATED 5. (ONE WAY OR ROUND TRIP) SPACE AVAILABLE TRANSPORTATION IS AUTHORIZED BETWEEN THE AERIAL PORT OF EMBARKATION (APOE) TO THE AERIAL PORT OF DEBARKATION (APOD). 6. ORDERS ARE EFFECTIVE 60 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF ISSUE. 7. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE STUDENT TRAVELER: A. YOU ARE AUTHORIZED ONE ROUND TRIP PER FISCAL YEAR (1 OCT-30 SEPT). TRAVEL IS AUTHORIZED ON AMC SPACE AVAILABLE BETWEEN THE CONUS APOE AND OCONUS APOD. B. YOU MUST HAVE IN YOUR POSSESSION A VALID ID CARD AND A PASSPORT WITH VISA, IF REQUIRED. ALL EXPENSES INCURRED AS A RESULT OF THIS TRAVEL WILL NOT BE REIMBURSED BY THE GOVERNMENT. C. CONTACT AMC HEADQUARTERS FOR INFORMATION ON SPACE AVAILABLE TRAVEL (E.G., NEAREST TERMINAL, FLIGHT INFORMATION, ETC.) AT COMMERCIAL (618) 256-4592. 8. THIS ORDER SERVES AS AUTHORIZATION FOR TRAVEL AND MUST BE CARRIED BY YOU THE STUDENT TRAVELER. 9. CONTACT THE STUDENT TRAVEL OPERATIONS CENTER FOR EMERGENCY SITUATIONS AT 1-800-582-5552 (TOLL-FREE) OR WITHIN VA, CALL COLLECT (703) 325-0579.

Figure C-5. Sample student travel space available travel authorization

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Office Symbol

Date

MEMORANDUM FOR: (See Distribution) SUBJECT: Travel Authorization for Space Available Travel of Acquired Family Members (or close blood and affinitive relatives) (Sponsor's Last Name, First Name, MI) 1. Individuals listed are authorized to proceed to Aerial Port of Embarkation not earlier than reporting time, where their names will be entered on the space available list (Category 3) for transportation to Aerial Port of Debarkation, in accordance with paragraph 4-5a(6), DoD 4515.13-R. 2. All travel expenses incurred will be borne by the individual. Soldier has been briefed on potential financial hardship that may be experienced while awaiting space available travel. Travel to be completed by (Date) (60 days after availability date). 3. Name, relationship, DOB, and passport # of traveler: (Last name, first name, MI, relationship to traveler, MM/DD/YY, PP#0000000.) 4. Destination and availability date: (Country and MM/DD/YY.) 5. Name, Rank, SSN and unit of Sponsor: (Last name, first name, MI, Rank, SSN, complete mailing address.) 6. Travelers must have in their possession a valid passport with visa, if required, current immunization record, and sufficient funds to cover all expenses while awaiting transportation. Weapons will not be transported incident to travel. 7. Traveler has the option to utilize space required transportation on a cash reimbursable basis to AMC at the US Government Rate Tariff (AFR 76­11). Shipment of accompanied baggage is limited to two pieces. Each bag is limited to 70 pounds not to exceed 62 inches in total dimension. One piece of carry on luggage is authorized not to exceed 45 inches. 8. POC, Office, and telephone number. Authority Line: (Signature Block) DISTRIBUTION: Individual concerned ­ 15 copies Soldier's servicing PSC ­ 2 copies Aerial Port of Embarkation ­ 2 copies

Figure C-6. Sample travel authorization for space available travel of acquired family members / or close blood and affinitive relatives

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UNCLAS SUBJ: TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION FOR RETURN OF DEPENDENTS TO CONUS (ADVANCE RETURN) 1. THIS MESSAGE CONSTITUTES TRAVEL ORDER NUMBER ISSUED BY COMMAND ISSUING HEADQUARTERS, OFFICE SYMBOL, APO, DATE. 2. FAMILY MEMBERS NAME, DOB, RELATIONSHIP, PASSPORT#: LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, MM/DD/YY, SELF-EXPLANATORY, PP#0000000. 3. FAMILY MEMBERS OF: LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, MI, RANK, UNIT. 4. CURRENT LOCATION OF FAMILY AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS: CITY, COUNTRY. 5. AUTHORITY: JFTR, PARA U5240- ___ 6. MDC: XXXX 7. CIC: XXXX 8. FINAL DESTINATION OF FAMILY MEMBER(S), HHG, AND POV IS: CITY, AND STATE. 9. FOR THE INDIVIDUAL: A. REPORT TO: AS INDICATED BY PORTCALL INSTRUCTIONS. B. YOU ARE AUTHORIZED SHIPMENT OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND A POV (IF APPLICABLE PER JFTR, PARA U5240D1). IF YOU PLAN TO SHIP PERSONAL PROPERTY AT GOVERNMENT EXPENSE, CONTACT YOUR TRANSPORTATION OFFICE AT YOUR DUTY STATION. COMMERCIAL TRAVEL IS AUTHORIZED. FAMILY MEMBER(S) MUST TRAVEL BY U.S. FLAG CARRIER, IF AVAILABLE, AND REIMBURSEMENT WILL NOT EXCEED THE CURRENT AMC TARIFF RATE, see JFTR, para U5240­D1 and U5116­D. CONTACT YOUR ITO OFFICE TO ARRANGE TRAVEL OF FAMILY MEMBERS. C. FAMILY MEMBER(S) IS/ARE AUTHORIZED TO CHECK TWO PIECES OF BAGGAGE NOT TO EXCEED 62 LINEAR INCHES AND 70 POUNDS. ONE CARRY ON PIECE IS AUTHORIZED NOT TO EXCEED 45 LINEAR INCHES. ALL OTHER EXPENSES INCURRED AS A RESULT OF THIS TRAVEL WILL BE AT THE SOLDIER'S OWN EXPENSE. D. TRAVELER MUST HAVE IN HIS/HER POSSESSION A VALID PASSPORT WITH VISA, IF REQUIRED, CURRENT IMMUNIZATION RECORD, AND SUFFICIENT FUNDS FOR INCIDENTAL EXPENSES.

Figure C-7. Sample travel authorization for advance return of dependents

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Office Symbol

Date

MEMORANDUM FOR: (See Distribution) SUBJECT: Overseas Travel Authorization for Dependents on Emergency Leave Traveling without the Sponsor 1. The individual(s) listed below are authorized transportation at government expense from (authorized international airport to ( ) authorized destination international airport.) 2. Name, Rank, SSN and Unit Assignment of Sponsor: 3. Name, relationship, date of birth and passport number of authorized travelers: 4. Effective date/availability date: 5. Authority: DoD Regulation 4515.13, paragraph 3-3(b) and JFTR paragraphs U3125 or U5244. 6. This order is valid for round trip transportation for a period of 90 days from the effective date stated in paragraph 4 above. If the emergency situation still exists after 90 days, it is the responsibility of the soldier or spouse to advise the orders issuing authority and provide Red Cross verification of the continued need for the presence of the family member(s). After the 90 day period this order is invalid without an amendment. 7. Accounting classification: 8. Special Instructions: Traveler(s) must have ID card, passport and visa (if required) , current immunization record country clearance (if required) and sufficient funds to cover all expenses while awaiting transportation. Traveler(s) must travel on a U.S. Flag Carrier or have a statement of nonavailability from the ITO office authorizing travel on a foreign flag carrier.

(Signature Block) Distribution: 25 ­ Family 5 - Soldier's Unit

Figure C-8. Sample Overseas Travel Authorization for Dependents on Emergency Leave (without sponsor)

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Office Symbol MEMORANDUM FOR: (See Distribution)

Date

SUBJECT: Overseas Travel at Government Expense Pursuant to the (Missing Persons Act or Upon Death of Sponsor - Sponsor's Last Name, First Name, MI) 1. Individuals listed are authorized transportation at Government expense from (authorized origin) to (authorized destination). 2. Name, Rank, SSN, and unit of Sponsor: (Last name, first name, MI, Rank, SSN, and complete mailing address). 3. Availability date: (MM/DD/YY). 4. Authority: (Para U5241, JFTR). 5. Name, relationship, DOB, and Passport # of traveler(s): (Last name, first name, MI, relationship to sponsor, MM/DD/YY, PP#0000000). 6. If applicable/authorized: State authorization IAW paragraph U5372, JFTR for shipment of household goods. For POV see JFTR chapter 5, part E. 7. Accounting classification: MDC. 8. Baggage: Include baggage limitation. (Authority line):

Signature Block DISTRIBUTION: Individual concerned--35 copies

Figure C-9. Sample Overseas Travel Authorization Pursuant to the Missing Persons Act or Upon Death of Sponsor

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Office Symbol Orders Number MEMORANDUM FOR: (See Distribution)

Date

SUBJECT: Overseas Travel at Government Expense Pursuant to (Separation from the Army) or (Relief from Active Duty--Sponsor's Last Name, First Name, MI). 1. Individuals listed are authorized transportation at Government expense from (authorized origin) to (authorized destination). 2. Name, Rank, SSN, and unit of Sponsor: (Last name, first name, MI, Rank, SSN, and complete mailing address). 3. Availability date: (MM/DD/YY). 4. Authority: (Para U5360, JFTR). 5. Name, relationship, DOB, and Passport # of traveler(s): (Last name, first name, MI, relationship to sponsor, MM/DD/YY, PP#0000000). 6. If applicable/authorized: State authorization per JFTR, para. U5360 for HHG and for POV see JFTR, chapter 5, part E. 7. Accounting classification: MDC. 8. Baggage: Include baggage limitation. (Authority line):

(Signature Block) DISTRIBUTION: Individual concerned--35 copies

Figure C-10. Sample Overseas Travel Authorization Pursuant to Separation from the Army or Relief from Active Duty

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Office Symbol MEMORANDUM FOR: (See Distribution)

Date

SUBJECT: Authorization for Emergency Leave Dependent Travel Space Available Travel Overseas 1. On or after availability date indicated below, family member(s) listed below is (are) authorized to proceed to (Name of Aerial Port), reporting to the Passenger Service Counter where the following names will be entered on the space available list (category 1) for transportation to an oversea port of debarkation serving (final destination) , in accordance with U7205, JFTR and DoD 4515.13R. 2. Travel authorized will be in accordance with existing laws and regulations. All travel expenses incurred will be borne by the traveler(s). Traveler has been briefed on potential financial hardship that may be experienced while awaiting space available travel. Round trip travel to be completed by: (Date (90 days after avail date)) 3. Name and DOB of family members: (Last name, first name, MI, and MM/DD/YY). 4. Family members address: (Mailing address including street address, city, state, and zip code). 5. Destination and availability date: (Country and MM/DD/YY). 6. Name of Sponsor, Grade, SSN, Unit of assignment, and Location: (Last name, first name, MI., Grade, SSN, unit, and city and country). 7. Traveler has the option use AMC space required transportation on a cash reimbursable basis at the Government Rate Tariff (AFR 76-11). 8. Traveler must have in his/her possession a valid passport with visa, if required, current immunization record, and sufficient funds to cover all expenses while awaiting transportation. 9. Baggage is limited to: Accompanied Baggage Authority Line:

(Signature Block) Distribution: Individual concerned--15 copies

Figure C-11. Sample Space Available Travel Authorization for Family Members on Emergency Leave

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UNCLAS SUBJ: ORDER for member to travel as Escort for Military Dependent, Last Name, First Name, SSN 1. THIS MSG CONSTITUTES TRAVEL ORDER NUMBER ISSUED BY COMMAND ISSUING HEADQUARTERS, OFFICE SYMBOL, APO, DATE WHICH AUTHORIZES THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUAL TO ESCORT LISTED DEPENDENT(S) TO THE LOCATION BELOW. 2. NAME OF DEPENDENT(S) TO BE ESCORTED: FIRST NAME, MI, LAST NAME DOB: DD MM YY PASSPORT NUMBER: PP#XX0000000 3. ROUND TRIP TRANSPORTATION IS AUTHORIZED BETWEEN: OVERSEAS LOCATION AND LOCATION IN CONUS. 4. AUTHORITY: JFTR para. U7550 or U7551 5. FUND CITE: A. TRAVEL: COMPLETE TRAVEL FUND CITE FROM UNIT AUTHORIZING TRAVEL. B. PER DIEM: COMPLETE PER DIEM FUND CITE FROM UNIT AUTHORIZING TRAVEL. 6. FOR INDIVIDUAL TRAVELER: A. AMC OR MSC TRANSPORTATION WILL BE USED ON A SPACE REQUIRED BASIS AS THE DIRECTED MODE WHEN AVAILABLE FOR SUCH TRAVEL. B. TRAVEL MUST BE ARRANGED THROUGH YOUR INSTALLATION TRANSPORTATION OFFICE. IF YOU PERSONALLY OBTAIN A TICKET FROM ANY OTHER SOURCE, YOU WILL NOT BE REIMBURSED FOR THE COST OF THE TICKET. C. TRAVEL AND PER DIEM WILL BE LIMITED TO NUMBER OF DAYS. ADDITIONAL TIME TAKEN WILL BE CHARGED AS ORDINARY LEAVE. D. YOU MUST HAVE IN YOUR POSSESSION A VALID ID CARD AND A PASSPORT WITH VISA, IF REQUIRED. 7. POC, NAME, PHONE NUMBER.

Figure C-12. Order for Member to Travel as Escort for Military Dependent

(Letterhead)

Office Symbol ORDERS NUMBER SUBJECT: Emergency Leave Travel Order for Soldier Use Orders Format 342 in AR 310-10. NOTES: Emergency Leave Travel Entitlement Authority

Date

1. Authority for a soldier's commercial air emergency leave travel is in the Joint Federal Travel Regulation (JFTR), paragraph U7205. 2. For Space Required Only Travel, when the soldier's emergency leave status does not authorize commercial air travel, consult DoD 4515.13R, paragraph 3-3a, item 2. 3. For Space Available Travel on Air Force AMC airlift, see DoD 4515.13-R, paragraph 4-6a.

Figure C-13. Sample Emergency Leave Travel Order for a Soldier

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Appendix D List of Responsible Installations

The following list (Table D­1) designates by State and alphabetically by county which installations are responsible for household

Table D­1 List of installations responsible for household goods

COUNTY HHG

goods shipments and processing of family travel orders. (For consignment instructions see PPCIGW, Volume II or DoD 4500.34­) Be advised this list is subject to change due to base/installation realignment and closure.

ORDERS

ALABAMA AUTAUGA BALDWIN BARBOUR BIBB BLOUNT BULLOCK BUTLER CALHOUN CHAMBERS CHEROKEE CHILTON CHOCTAW CLARKE CLAY CLEBURNE COFFEE COLBERT CONECUH COOSA COVINGTO CRENSHAW CULLMAN DALE DALLAS DE KALB ELMORE ESCAMBIA ETOWAH FAYETTE FRANKLIN GENEVA GREENE HALE HENRY HOUSTON JACKSON JEFFERSO LAMAR LAUDERDA LAWRENCE LEE LIMESTON LOWNDES MACON MADISON MARENGO MARION MARSHALL MOBILE MONROE MONTGOME MORGAN PERRY PICKENS PIKE RANDOLPH MAXWELL AFB AL KEESLER AFB MS FORT RUCKER AL FORT McCLELLAN AL FORT McCLELLAN AL MAXWELL AFB AL MAXWELL AFB AL FORT McCLELLAN AL FORT BENNING GA FORT McCLELLAN AL MAXWELL AFB AL NAS MERIDIAN MS KEESLER AFB MS FORT McCLELLAN AL FORT McCLELLAN AL FORT RUCKER AL REDSTONE ARSENAL KEESLER AFB MS MAXWELL AFB AL FORT RUCKER AL MAXWELL AFB AL FORT McCLELLAN AL FORT RUCKER AL MAXWELL AFB AL FORT McCLELLAN AL MAXWELL AFB AL KEESLER AFB MS FORT McCLELLAN AL FORT McCLELLAN AL REDSTONE ARSENAL FORT RUCKER AL NAS MERIDIAN MS NAS MERIDIAN MS FORT RUCKER AL FORT RUCKER AL REDSTONE ARSENAL FORT McCLELLAN AL FORT McCLELLAN AL REDSTONE ARSENAL REDSTONE ARSENAL FORT BENNING GA REDSTONE ARSENAL MAXWELL AFB AL MAXWELL AFB AL REDSTONE ARSENAL NAS MERIDIAN MS FORT McCLELLAN AL REDSTONE ARSENAL KEESLER AFB MS KEESLER AFB MS MAXWELL AFB AL REDSTONE ARSENAL MAXWELL AFB AL FORT McCLELLAN AL FORT RUCKER AL FORT McCLELLAN AL FT RUCKER FT RUCKER FT RUCKER FT McCLELLAN FT McCLELLAN FT RUCKER FT RUCKER FT McCLELLAN FT BENNING FT McCLELLAN FT RUCKER FT RUCKER FT RUCKER FT McCLELLAN FT McCLELLAN FT RUCKER REDSTONE ARSENAL FT RUCKER FT RUCKER FT RUCKER FT RUCKER FT McCLELLAN FT RUCKER FT RUCKER FT McCLELLAN FT RUCKER FT RUCKER FT McCLELLAN FT McCLELLAN REDSTONE ARSENAL FT RUCKER FT RUCKER FT RUCKER FT RUCKER FT RUCKER REDSTONE ARSENAL FT McCLELLAN FT McCLELLAN REDSTONE ARSENAL REDSTONE ARSENAL FT BENNING REDSTONE ARSENAL FT RUCKER FT RUCKER REDSTONE ARSENAL FT RUCKER FT McCLELLAN REDSTONE ARSENAL FT RUCKER FT RUCKER FT RUCKER REDSTONE ARSENAL FT RUCKER FT McCLELLAN FT RUCKER FT McCLELLAN

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RUSSELL ST CLAIR SHELBY SUMTER TALLADEG TALLAPOOSA TUSCALOOSA WALKER WASHINGTON WILCOX WINSTON ALASKA

FORT BENNING GA FORT McCLELLAN AL FORT McCLELLAN AL NAS MERIDIAN MS FORT McCLELLAN AL MAXWELL AFB AL FORT McCLELLAN AL FORT McCLELLAN AL KEESLER AFB MS MAXWELL AFB AL FORT McCLELLAN AL

FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT

BENNING McCLELLAN McCLELLAN RUCKER McCLELLAN RUCKER McCLELLAN McCLELLAN RUCKER RUCKER McCLELLAN

NORTH OF ALASKA FORT WAINWRIGHT RANGE (Fairbanks, No Star Area) SOUTH OF ALASKA FORT RICHARDSON RANGE (Anchorage Area) FORT GREELY FORT GREELY (Ft Greely and Delta Junction) ARIZONA APACHE COCHISE COCONIMO GILA GRAHAM GREENLEE LA PAZ MARICOPA (EXCEPT Luke and 26th Air Div) LUKE AFB, GILA BEND and 26TH AIR DIV MOHAVE NAVAJO PIMA PINA SANTA CRUZ YAVAPIA YUMA ARKANSAS ARKANSAS ASHLEY BAXTER BENTON BOONE BRADLEY CALHOUN CARROLL CHICOT CLARK CLAY CLEBURNE CLEVELAND COLUMBIA CONWAY CRAIGHEAD CRAWFORD CRITTENDEN CROSS DALLAS DESHA DREW FALKNER FRANKLIN FULTON GARLAND GRANT GREENE LITTLE ROCK AFB AR RED RIVER AD TX LITTLE ROCK AFB AR FORT CHAFEE AR FORT CHAFFEE AR RED RIVER AD TX RED RIVER AD TX FORT CHAFFEE AR RED RIVER AD TX RED RIVER AD TX EAKER AFB AR LITTLE ROCK AFB AR RED RIVER AD TX RED RIVER AD TX LITTLE ROCK AFB AR EAKER AFB AR FORT CHAFFEE AR NAS MEMPHIS TN NAS MEMPHIS TN RED RIVER AD TX RED RIVER AD TX RED RIVER AD TX LITTLE ROCK AFB AR FORT CHAFFEE AR LITTLE ROCK AFB AR LITTLE ROCK AFB AR LITTLE ROCK AFB AR EAKER AFB AR CPPSO PHOENIX AZ FORT HUACHUCA AZ CPPSO PHOENIX AZ CPPSO PHOENIX AZ CPPSO PHOENIX AZ CPPSO PHOENIX AZ MCAS YUMA AZ AFB, Gila Bend CPPSO PHOENIX AZ " CALL LUKE AFB" NELLIS AFB NV CPPSO PHOENIX AZ DAVIS MOTHAN AFB AZ CPPSO PHOENIX AZ FORT HUACHUCA AZ CPPSO PHOENIX AZ MCAS YUMA AZ

FT WAINWRIGHT FT RICHARDSON FT GREELY

" ENTIRE STATE" FT HUACHUCA FT HUACHUCA FT HUACHUCA FT HUACHUCA FT HUACHUCA FT HUACHUCA FT HUACHUCA FT HUACHUCA FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT HUACHUCA HUACHUCA HUACHUCA HUACHUCA HUACHUCA HUACHUCA HUACHUCA HUACHUCA

FT SILL RED RIVER FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL RED RIVER RED RIVER FT SILL RED RIVER RED RIVER FT SILL FT SILL RED RIVER RED RIVER FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL RED RIVER RED RIVER RED RIVER FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL

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COUNTY HHG ORDERS

HEMPSTEAD HOT SPRING HOWARD INDEPENDENCE IZARD JACKSON JEFFERSON JOHNSON LAFAYETTE LAWRENCE LEE LINCOLN LITTLE RIVER LOGAN LONOKE MADISON MARION MILLER MISSISSIPPI MONROE MONTGOMERY NEVADA NEWTON OUACHITA PERRY PHILLIPS PIKE POINSETT POLK POPE PRAIRIE PULASKI RANDOLPH ST. FRANCIS SALINE SCOTT SEARCY SEBASTIAN SEVIER SHARP STONE UNION VAN BRUEN WASHINGTON WHITE WOODRUFF YELL CALIFORNIA

RED RIVER AD TX LITTLE ROCK AFB AR RED RIVER AD TX LITTLE ROCK AFB TX LITTLE ROCK AFB TX EAKER AFB AR LITTLE ROCK AFB AR FORT CHAFFEE AR RED RIVER AD TX EAKER AFB AR NAS MEMPHIS TN RED RIVER AD TX RED RIVER AD TX FORT CHAFEE AR LITTLE ROCK AFB AR FORT CHAFFEE AR LITTLE RIVER AFB AR RED RIVER AD TX EAKER AFB AR NAS MEMPHIS TN FORT CHAFEE AR RED RIVER AD TX FORT CHAFFEE AR RED RIVER AD TX LITTLE ROCK AFB AR NAS MEMPHIS TN RED RIVER AD TX EAKER AFB AR FORT CHAFFEE AR FORT CHAFFEE AR LITTLE ROCK AFB AR LITTLE ROCK AFB AR EAKER AFB AR NAS MEMPHIS TN LITTLE ROCK AFB AR FORT CHAFFEE AR LITTLE ROCK AFB AR FORT CHAFFEE AR RED RIVER AD TX LITTLE ROCK AFB AR LITTLE ROCK AFB AR RED RIVER AD TX LITTLE ROCK AFB AR FORT CHAFFEE AR LITTLE ROCK AFB AR NAS MEMPHIS TN FORT CHAFFEE AR

RED RIVER FT SILL RED RIVER FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL RED RIVER FT SILL FT SILL RED RIVER RED RIVER FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL RED RIVER FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL RED RIVER FT SILL RED RIVER FT SILL FT SILL RED RIVER FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL RED RIVER FT SILL FT SILL RED RIVER FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL FT SILL

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ALAMEDA NSC OAKLAND CA ALPINE (West of Sierra-Nevada Ridge) McCLELLAN AFB CA ALPINE (East of Sierra-Nevada Ridge) SIERRA AD HERLONG CA AMADOR McCLELLAN AFB CA BUTTE BEALE AFB CA CALAVERAS SHARPE AD CA COLUSA BEALE AFB CA CONTRA CONSTA NSC OAKLAND CA DEL NORTE BEALE AFB CA EL DORADO (West of Sierra-Nevada Ridge) McCLELLAN AFB CA EL DORADO (East of Sierra-Nevada Ridge) SIERRA AD HERLONG CA FRESNO NAS LEMOORE CA GLENN BEALE AFB CA HUMBOLDT BEALE AFB CA IMPERIAL (Except city of Winterhaven NAF EL CENTRO CA CITY OF WINTERHAVEN MCAS YUMA AZ INYO NAV WPNS CEN CA KERN EDWARDS AFB CA (Except for cities/towns listed below for NWC China Lake CA) KERN NAV WPNS CEN CA

PRESIDIO OF SF PRESIDIO OF SF PRESIDIO PRESIDIO PRESIDIO PRESIDIO PRESIDIO PRESIDIO PRESIDIO OF OF OF OF OF OF OF SF SF SF SF SF SF SF

PRESIDIO OF SF PRESIDIO OF SF FT ORD PRESIDIO OF SF PRESIDIO OF SF FT ORD FT ORD PRESIDIO OF SF FT ORD FT ORD

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(Kern County; cities/towns of China Lake, Inyokern, Johannesburg, Randsburg, Ridgecrest, Saltdale, San Bernadino cities of Red Mountain and Trona) KINGS NAS LEMOORE CA FT ORD LAKE BEALE AFB CA PRESIDIO OF SF LASSEN SIERRA AD HERLONG CA PRESIDIO OF SF LOS ANGELES MCAS EL TORO CA FT ORD MADERA CASTLE AFB CA FT ORD MARIN NSC OAKLAND CA PRESIDIO OF SF MARIPOSA CASTLE AFB CA FT ORD MENDOCINO BEALE AFB CA PRESIDIO OF SF MERCED CASTLE AFB CA FT ORD MODOC SIERRA AD HERLONG CA PRESIDIO OF SF MONO SIERRA AD HERLONG CA PRESIDIO OF SF MONTEREY FT ORD CA FT ORD NAPA NSC OAKLAND CA PRESIDIO OF SF NEVADA (West of Sierra-Nevada Ridge) McCLELLAN AFB CA PRESIDIO OF SF (East of S-N Ridge) SIERRA AD HERLONG CA PRESIDIO OF SF ORANGE MCAS EL TORO CA FT ORD PLACER (West of Sierra-Nevada Ridge) McCLELLAN AFB CA PRESIDIO OF SF (East of S-Nev. Rid.) SIERRA AD HERLONG CA PRESIDIO OF SF PLUMAS SIERRA AD HERLONG CA PRESIDIO OF SF RIVERSIDE NORTON AFB CA FT ORD SACRAMENTO McCLELLAN AFB CA PRESIDIO OF SF SAN BENITO FORT ORD CA FT ORD SAN BERNARDINO FORT ORD CA FT ORD SAN DIEGO (North 1/2) MCB CAMP PENDLETON CA FT ORD SAN DIEGO (South 1/2) NSC SAN DIEGO CA FT ORD SAN FRANCISCO NSC OAKLAND CA PRESIDIO OF SF SAN JOAQUIN SHARPE AD CA PRESIDIO OF SF SAN LUIS OBISPO VANDENBERG AFB CA FT ORD SAN MATEO NSC OAKLAND CA PRESIDIO OF SF SANTA BARBARA VANDENBERG AFB CA FT ORD SANTA CLARA NSC OAKLAND CA PRESIDIO OF SF SANTA CRUZ FORT ORD CA PRESIDIO OF SF SHASTA BEALE AFB CA PRESIDIO OF SF SIERRA SIERRA AD HERLONG CA PRESIDIO OF SF SISKIYOU BEALE AFB CA PRESIDIO OF SF SOLANO NSC OAKLAND CA PRESIDIO OF SF SONOMA NSC OAKLAND PRESIDIO OF SF STANISLAUS (except city of Turlock) SHARPE AD CA PRESIDIO OF SF CITY OF TURLOCK CASTLE AFB CA PRESIDIO OF SF SUTTER BEALE AFB CA PRESIDIO OF SF TEHAMA BEALE AFB CA PRESIDIO OF SF TRINITY BEALE AFB CA PRESIDIO OF SF TULARE NAS LEMOORE CA FT ORD TUOLUMNE SHARPE AD CA PRESIDIO OF SF VENTURA NCBP PORT HUENEME CA FT ORD YOLO NSC OAKLAND CA PRESIDIO OF SF YUBA BEALE AFB CA PRESIDIO OF SF COLORADO ADAMS ALAMOSA ARAPAHOE ARCHULETA BACA BENT BOULDER CHAFFEE CHEYENNE CLEAR CREEK CONEJOS COSTILLA CROWLEY DELTA DENVER DOLORES DOUGLAS EAGLE ELBERT EL PASO LOWRY AFB CO JPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO LOWRY AFB CO JPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO JPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO JPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO LOWRY AFB CO JPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO CPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO CPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO CPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO CPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO CPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO CPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO LOWRY AFB CO JPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO LOWRY AFB CO JPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO JPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO JPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO " ENTIRE STATE" FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON FT CARSON

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FREMONT GARFIELD GILPIN GRAND GUNNISON HINSDALE HUERFANO JACKSON JEFFERSON KIOWA KIT CARSON LAKE LA PLATA LARIMER LAS ANIMAS LINCOLN LOGAN MESA MINERAL MOFFAT MONTROSE MORGAN MONTEZUMA OTERO OURAY PARK PHILLIPS PITKIN PROWERS PUEBLO RIO BIANCO RIO GRANDE ROUTT SAGUACHE SAN MIGUEL SEDGWICK SUMMIT TELLER WASHINGTON WELD YUMA USAF ACADEMY (all assigned personnel) CONNECTICUT FAIRFIELD HARTFORD LITCHFIELD MIDDLESEX NEW HAVEN NEW LONDON TOILAND WINDHAM KENT NEW CASTLE SUSSEX DELAWARE ALL COUNTIES DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA " ENTIRE DISTRICT" FLORIDA ALACHUA BAKER BAY BRADFORD BREVARD BROWARD CALHOUN CHARLOTTE CITRUS CLAY

JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO LOWRY AFB CO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO LOWRY AFB CO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO LOWRY AFB CO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO LOWRY AFB CO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO LOWRY AFB CO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO LOWRY AFB CO JPPSO­ COLORADO JPPSO­ COLORADO LOWRY AFB CO LOWRY AFB CO LOWRY AFB CO

SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS

CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO

SPRINGS CO SPRINGS CO SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS SPRINGS CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO

SPRINGS CO SPRINGS CO

FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT

CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON

JPPSO­ COLORADO SPRINGS CO

FT CARSON

USMA WEST POINT NY JPPSO­ MASS JPPSO­ MASS NSB NEW LONDON CT NSB NEW LONDON CT NSB NEW LONDON CT JPPSO­ MASS NSB NEW LONDON CT DOVER AFB DE DOVER AFB DE DOVER AFB DE

" ENTIRE STATE" FT DEVENS FT DEVENS FT DEVENS FT DEVENS FT DEVENS FT DEVENS FT DEVENS FT DEVENS FT DEVENS FT DEVENS

FORT MEADE MD

FORT MEADE

USASCAF­PENTAGON

USASCAF­PENTAGON

NSC JACKSONVILLE FL NSC JACKSONVILLE FL TYNDALL AFB FL NSC JACKSONVILLE FL PATRICK AFB FL HOMESTEAD AFB FL TYNDALL AFB FL MacDILL AFB FL NAC NTC ORLANDO FL NSC JACKSONVILLE FL

FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT

STEWART GA STEWART RUCKER AL STEWART STEWART STEWART RUCKER STEWART STEWART STEWART

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COLLIER COLUMBIA DADE DE SOTO DIXIE DUVAL ESCAMBIA FLAGLER FRANKLIN GADSEN GILCHRIST GLADES GULF HAMILTON HARDEE HENRY HERNANDO HIGHLANDS HILLSBOROUG HOLMES INDIAN RIVE JACKSON JEFFERSON LAFAYETTE LAKE LEE LEON LEVY LIBERTY MADISON MANATEE MARION MARTIN MONROE MONROE (KEYS) NASSAU OKALOOSA OKEECHOBEE ORANGE OSCEOLA PALM BEACH PASCO PINELLAS POLK PUTMAN ST JOHN ST LUCIE SANTA ROSA SARASOTA SEMINOLE SUMTER SUWANNEE TAYLOR UNION VOLUSIA WAKULLA WALTON WASHINGTON GEORGIA APPLING ATKINSON BACON BAKER BALDWIN BANKS BARROW BARTOW BEN HILL BARRIEN BIBB BLECKLEY BRANTLEY BROOKS

HOMESTEAD AFB FL NSC JACKSONVILLE FL HOMESTEAD AFB FL MacDILL AFB FL NSC JACKSONVILLE FL NSC JACKSONVILLE FL NAS PENSACOLA FL NSC JACKSONVILLE FL TYNDALL AFB FL TYNDALL AFB FL NSC JACKSONVILLE FL MacDILL AFB FL TYNDALL AFB FL MOODY AFB FL MacDILL AFB FL HOMESTEAD AFB FL NAC NTC ORLANDO FL MacDILL AFB FL MacDILL AFB FL ELGIN AFB FL PATRICK AFB FL TYNDALL AFB FL MOODY AFB FL MOODY AFB FL NAC NTC ORLANDO FL HOMESTEAD AFB FL TYNDALL AFB FL NSC JACKSONVILLE FL TYNDALL AFB FL MOODY AFB FL MacDILL AFB FL NSC JACKSONVILLE FL PATRICK AFB FL NAS KEY WEST FL NAS KEY WEST FL NSC JACKSONVILLE FL EGLIN AFB FL PATRICK AFB FL NTC ORLANDO FL PATRICK AFB FL HOMESTEAD AFB FL MacDILL AFB FL MacDILL AFB FL MacDILL AFB FL NSC JACKSONVILLE FL NSC JACKSONVILLE FL PATRICK AFB FL NAS PENSACOLA FL MacDILL AFB FL NTC ORLANDO FL NTC ORLANDO FL MOODY AFB FL MOODY AFB FL NSC JACKSONVILLE FL NTC ORLANDO FL TYNDALL AFB FL EGLIN AFB FL TYNDALL AFB FL

FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT

STEWART STEWART STEWART STEWART STEWART STEWART RUCKER STEWART RUCKER RUCKER STEWART STEWART RUCKER BENNING STEWART STEWART STEWART STEWART STEWART RUCKER STEWART RUCKER BENNING BENNING STEWART STEWART RUCKER STEWART RUCKER BENNING STEWART STEWART STEWART STEWART STEWART STEWART RUCKER STEWART STEWART STEWART STEWART STEWART STEWART STEWART STEWART STEWART STEWART RUCKER STEWART STEWART STEWART BENNING BENNING STEWART STEWART RUCKER RUCKER RUCKER

FORT STEWART GA MOODY AFB GA FORT STEWART GA MCLB ALBANY GA ROBINS AFB GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA MOODY AFB GA MOODY AFB GA MOODY AFB GA ROBINS AFB GA FORT STEWART GA MOODY AFB GA

FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT

STEWART BENNING STEWART BENNING BENNING McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON BENNING BENNING BENNING BENNING STEWART BENNING

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BRYAN BULLOCH BURKE BUTTS CALHOUN CAMDEN CANDIER CATOOSA CHARLTON CHATHAM CHATTAHOOCHEE CHATTOGA CHEROKEE CLARKE CLAY CLAYTON CLINCH COBB COFFEE COLQUITT COLUMBIA COWETA CRAWFORD CRISP DADE DAWSON DECATUR DE KALB DODGE DOOLY DOUGHERTY DOUGLAS EARLY ECHOLS EFFINGHAM ELBERT EMANUEL EVANS FANNIN FAYETTE FLOYD FORSYTH FRANKLIN FULTON GILMER GLASCOCK GLYNN GORDON GRADY GREENE GWINNETT HABERSHAM HALL HANCOCK HARALSON HARRIS HART HEARD HENRY HOUSTON IRWIN JACKSON JASPER JEFF DAVIS JEFFERSON JENKINS JOHNSON JONES LAMAR LANIER LAURENS LEE LIBERTY LINCOLN

FORT STEWART GA FORT STEWART GA FORT GORDON GA ROBINS AFB GA MCLB ALBANY GA NSC JACKSONVILLE FL FORT STEWART GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT STEWART GA FORT BENNING GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA MCLB ALBANY GA FORT McPHERSON GA MOODY AFB GA FORT McPHERSON GA MOODY AFB GA MOODY AFB GA MOODY AFB GA FORT McPHERSON GA ROBINS AFB GA MCLB ALBANY GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA MCLB ALBANY GA FORT McPHERSON GA ROBINS AFB GA ROBINS AFB GA MCLB ALBANY GA FORT McPHERSON GA MCLB ALBANY GA MOODY AFB GA FORT STEWART GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT GORDON GA FORT STEWART GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT GORDON GA NSC JACKSONVILLE FL FORT McPHERSON GA MCLB ALBANY GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA ROBINS AFB GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT BENNING GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA ROBINS AFB GA MOODY AFB GA FORT McPHERSON GA ROBINS AFB GA FORT STEWART GA FORT GORDON GA FORT GORDON GA ROBINS AFB GA ROBINS AFB GA ROBINS AFB GA MOODY AFB GA ROBINS AFB GA MCLB ALBANY GA FORT STEWART GA FORT GORDON GA

FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT

STEWART STEWART GORDON BENNING BENNING STEWART STEWART McPHERSON McPHERSON STEWART BENNING McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON BENNING McPHERSON BENNING McPHERSON BENNING BENNING GORDON McPHERSON BENNING BENNING McPHERSON McPHERSON BENNING McPHERSON BENNING BENNING BENNING McPHERSON BENNING BENNING STEWART McPHERSON GORDON STEWART McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON GORDON STEWART McPHERSON BENNING McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON BENNING McPHERSON BENNING McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON BENNING BENNING McPHERSON BENNING STEWART GORDON GORDON BENNING BENNING BENNING BENNING BENNING BENNING STEWART GORDON

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LONG LOWNDES LUMPKIN McDUFFIE McINTOSH MACON MADISON MARION MERIWETHER MILLER MITCHELL MONROE MONTGOMERY MORGAN MURRAY MUSCOGEE NEWTON OCONEE OGLETHORPE PAULDING PEACH PICKENS PIERCE PIKE POLK PULASKI PUTMAN QUITMAN RABUN RANDOLPH RICHMOND ROCKDALE SCHLEY SCREVEN SEMINOLE SPALDING STEPHENS STEWART SUMTER TALBOT TALIAFERRO TATTNALL TAYLOR TELFAIR TERRELL THOMAS TIFT TOOMBS TOWNS TREUTLEN TROUP TURNER TWIGGS UNION UPSON WALKER WALTON WARE WARREN WASHINGTON WAYNE WEBSTER WHEELER WHITE WHITFIELD WILCOX WILKES WILKINSON WORTH IDAHO ADA ADAMS BANNOCK

FORT STEWART GA MOODY AFB GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT GORDON GA FORT STEWART GA ROBINS AFB GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT BENNING GA FORT BENNING GA MCLB ALBANY GA MCLB ALBANY GA ROBINS AFB GA ROBINS AFB GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT BENNING GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA ROBINS AFB GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT STEWART GA ROBINS AFB GA FORT McPHERSON GA ROBINS AFB GA ROBINS AFB GA MCLB ALBANY GA FORT McPHERSON GA MCLB ALBANY GA FORT GORDON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT BENNING GA FORT GORDON GA MCLB ALBANY GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT BENNING GA MCLB ALBANY GA FORT BENNING GA FORT GORDON GA FORT STEWART GA FORT BENNING GA ROBINS AFB GA MCLB ALBANY GA MOODY AFB GA MOODY AFB GA FORT STEWART GA FORT McPHERSON GA ROBINS AFB GA FORT BENNING GA MCLB ALBANY GA ROBINS AFB GA FORT McPHERSON GA ROBINS AFB GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA MOODY AFB GA FORT GORDON GA ROBINS AFB GA FORT STEWART GA FORT BENNING GA ROBINS AFB GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA ROBINS AFB GA FORT GORDON GA ROBINS AFB GA MCLB ALBANY GA

FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT

STEWART BENNING McPHERSON GORDON STEWART BENNING McPHERSON BENNING BENNING BENNING BENNING BENNING BENNING McPHERSON McPHERSON BENNING McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON BENNING McPHERSON STEWART BENNING McPHERSON BENNING BENNING BENNING McPHERSON BENNING GORDON McPHERSON BENNING GORDON BENNING McPHERSON McPHERSON BENNING BENNING BENNING GORDON STEWART BENNING BENNING BENNING BENNING BENNING STEWART McPHERSON BENNING BENNING BENNING BENNING McPHERSON BENNING McPHERSON McPHERSON BENNING GORDON BENNING STEWART BENNING BENNING McPHERSON McPHERSON BENNING GORDON BENNING BENNING

MOUNTAIN HOME AFB ID MOUNTAIN HOME AFB ID NAU IDAHO FALLS ID

" ENTIRE STAT" FT LEWIS FT LEWIS

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BEAR LAKE BENEWAH BINGHAM BLAINE BOISE BONNER BONNEVILLE BOUNDARY BUTTE CAMAS CANYON CARIBOU CASSIA CLARK CLEARWATER CUSTER ELMORE FRANKLIN FREMONT GEM GOODING IDAHO JEFFERSON JEROME KOOTENAL LETAH LEMHI LEWIS LINCOLN MADISON MINIDOKA NEZ PERCE ONIEDA OWYHEE PAYETTE POWER SHOSHORE TETON TWIN FALLS VALLEY WASHINGTON ILLINOIS ADAMS ALEXANDER BOND BOONE BROWN BUREAU CALHOUN CARROLL CASS CAMPAIGN CHRISTIAN CLARK CLAY CLINTON COLES COOK CRAWFORD CUMBERLAND DEKALB DEWITT DOUGLAS DUPAGE EDGAR EDWARDS EFFINGHAM FAYETTE FORD FRANKLIN FULTON GALLATIN GREENE

NAU IDAHO FALLS ID FAIRCHILD AFB WA NAU IDAHO FALLS ID MOUNTAIN HOME AFB MOUNTAIN HOME AFB FAIRCHILD AFB ID NAU IDAHO FALLS ID FAIRCHILD AFB WA NAU IDAHO FALLS ID MOUNTAIN HOME AFB MOUNTAIN HOME AFB NAU IDAHO FALLS ID NAU IDAHO FALLS ID NAU IDAHO FALLS ID FAIRCHILD AFB WA MOUNTAIN HOME AFB MOUNTAIN HOME AFB NAU IDAHO FALLS ID NAU IDAHO FALLS ID MOUNTAIN HOME AFB MOUNTAIN HOME AFB FAIRCHILD AFB WA NAU IDAHO FALLS ID MOUNTAIN HOME AFB FAIRCHILD AFB WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA MOUNTAIN HOME AFB FAIRCHILD AFB WA MOUNTAIN HOME AFB NAU IDAHO FALLS ID MOUNTAIN HOME AFB FAIRCHILD AFB WA NAU IDAHO FALLS ID MOUNTAIN HOME AFB MOUNTAIN HOME AFB NAU IDAHO FALLS ID FAIRCHILD AFB WA NAU IDAHO FALLS ID MOUNTAIN HOME AFB MOUNTAIN HOME AFB MOUNTAIN HOME AFB

ID ID

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CHANUTE AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL CHANUTE AFB IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL CHANUTE AFB IL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL IL CHANUTE AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NWSC CRANE IN CHANUTE AFB IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL CHANUTE AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL CHANUTE AFB IL NWSC CRANE IN SCOTT AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL

" ENTIRE STATE" FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY FT McCOY

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GRUNDY HAMILTON HANCOCK HARDIN HENDERSON HENRY IROQUOIS JACKSON JASPER JEFFERSON JERSEY JO DAVIESS JOHNSON KANE KANKAKEE KENDALL KNOX LAKE LA SALLE LAWRENCE LEE LIVINGSTON LOGAN mcDONOUGH McHENRY McLEAN MACON MACOUPIN MADISON MARION MARSHALL MASON MASSAC MENARD MERCER MONROE MONTGOMERY MORGAN MOULTRIE OGLE PEORIA PERRY PLATT PIKE POPE PULASKI PUTNAM RANDOLPH RICHLAND ROCK ISLAND ST CLAIR SALINE SANGAMON SCHULYER SCOTT SHELBY STARK STEPHENSON TAZEWELL UNION VERMILON WARREN WASHINGTON WAYNE WABASH WHITE WHITESIDE WILL WILLIAMSON WINNEBAGO WOODFORD INDIANA ADAMS

NTC GREAT LAKES IL SCOTT AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL CHANUTE AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL NWSC CRANE IN SCOTT AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL SCOTT AFB IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL CHANUTE AFB IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NWSC CRANE IN NTC GREAT LAKES IL CHANUTE AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL CHANUTE AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL SCOTT AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL CHANUTE AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL SCOTT AFB IL NWSC CRANE IN ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL SCOTT AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL CHANUTE AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL SCOTT AFB IL SCOTT AFB IL NWSC CRANE IN SCOTT AFB IL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL NTC GREAT LAKES IL SCOTT AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL CHANUTE AFB IL

IL IL

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McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY

GRISSOM AFB IN

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ALLEN BARTHOLOMEW BENTON BLACKFORD BOONE CARROLL CASS CLARK CLAY CLINTON CRAWFORD DAVIESS DEARBORN DECATUR DEKALB DELAWARE DUBOIS ELKHART FAYETTE FLOYD FOUNTAIN FRANKLIN FULTON GIBSON GRANT GREENE HAMILTON HANCOCK HENDRICKS HENRY HOWARD HUNTINGTON JACKSON JASPER JAY JEFFERSON JENNINGS JOHNSON KNOX KOSCIUSKO LaGRANGE LAKE LaPORTE LAWRENCE MADISON MARION MARSHALL MARTIN MIAMI MONROE MONTGOMERY MORGAN NEWTON NOBLE OHIO ORANGE OWEM PARKE PERRY PIKE PORTER POSEY PULASKI PUTNAM RANDOLPH RIPLEY RUSH ST JOSEPH SCOTT SHELBY SPENCER STARKE STEUBEN SULLIVAN

GRISSOM AFB IN NWSC CRANE IN GRISSOM AFB IN GRISSOM AFB IN FORT BEN HARRISON GRISSOM AFB IN GRISSOM AFB IN NWSC CRANE IN NWSC CRANE IN FORT BEN HARRISON NWSC CRANE IN NWSC CRANE IN FORT BEN HARRISON FORT BEN HARRISON GRISSOM AFB IN FORT BEN HARRISON NWSC CRANE IN GRISSOM AFB IN FORT BEN HARRISON NWSC CRANE IN FORT BEN HARRISON FORT BEN HARRISON GRISSOM AFB IN NWSC CRANE IN GRISSOM AFB IN NWSC CRANE IN FORT BEN HARRISON FORT BEN HARRISON FORT BEN HARRISON FORT BEN HARRISON GRISSOM AFB IN GRISSOM AFB IN NAV WPNS SUP CEN GRISSOM AFB IN FORT BEN HARRISON NWSC CRANE IN NWSC CRANE IN FORT BEN HARRISON NWSC CRANE IN GRISSOM AFB IN GRISSOM AFB IN NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NWSC CRANE IN FORT BEN HARRISON FORT BEN HARRISON GRISSOM AFB IN NWSC CRANE IN GRISSOM AFB IN NWSC CRANE IN FORT BEN HARRISON FORT BEN HARRISON GRISSOM AFB IN GRISSOM AFB IN NWSC CRANE IN NWSC CRANE IN NWSC CRANE IN FORT BEN HARRISON NWSC CRANE IN NWSC CRANE IN NTC GREAT LAKES IL NWSC CRANE IN GRISSOM AFB IN FORT BEN HARRISON FORT BEN HARRISON FORT BEN HARRISON FORT BEN HARRISON GRISSOM AFB IN NWSC CRANE IN NWSC CRANE IN NWSC CRANE IN GRISSOM AFB IN GRISSOM AFB IN NWSC CRANE IN

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IN

IN IN IN IN

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN

HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON

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SWITZERLAND TIPPECANOE TIPTON UNION VANDERBURGH VERMILLON VIGO WABASH WARREN WARRICK WASHINGTON WAYNE WELLS WHITE WHITLEY IOWA ADAIR ADAMS ALLAMAKEE APPANIISE AUDONBON BENTON BLACK HAWK BOONE BREMER BUCHANAN BUENA VISTA BUTLER CALHOUN CARROLL CASS CEDAR CERRO GORDO CHEROKEE CHICKASAW CLARKE CLAY CLAYTON CLINTON CRAWFORD DALLAS DAVIS DECATUR DELAWARE DES MOINES DICKINSON DUBUQUE EMMET FAYETTE FLOYD FRANKLIN FREMONT GREENE GRUNDY GUTHRIE HAMILTON HANCOCK HARDIN HARRISON HENRY HOWARD HOMBOLT IDA IOWA JACKSON JASPER JEFFERSON JOHNSON JONES KEOKUK KOSSUTH LEE LINN

NWSC CRANE IN FORT BEN HARRISON FORT BEN HARRISON FORT BEN HARRISON NWSC CRANE IN FORT BEN HARRISON NWSC CRANE IN GRISSOM AFB IN FORT BEN HARRISON NWSC CRANE IN NWSC CRANE IN FORT BEN HARRISON GRISSOM AFB IN GRISSOM AFB IN GRISSOM AFB IN

IN IN IN IN IN IN

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN BEN

HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON HARRISON

OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL

IL IL IL IL IL IL IL

IL IL IL IL IL IL IL IL IL IL IL IL IL

IL IL IL IL IL IL IL IL IL IL IL IL

ENTIRE STATE FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD FORT LEANORD

WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD

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COUNTY HHG ORDERS

LOUISA LUCAS LYON MADISON MAHASKA MARION MARSHALL MILLS MITCHELL MONONA MONROE MONTGOMERY MUSCATINE O'BRIEN OSCEOLA PAGE PALO PLYMOUTH POLK POTTAWATTAMIE POWESHIEK RINGGOLD SAC SCOTT SHELBY SIOUX TAMA TAYLOR UNION VAN BUREN WAPELLO WARREN WASHINGTON WAYNE WEBSTER WINNESHIEK WOODBURY WORTH WRIGHT KANSAS ALLEN ANDERSON ATCHINSON BARBER BARTON BOURBON BROWN BUTLER CHASE CHAUTAUGUA CHEROKEE CHEYENNE CLARK CLAY CLOUD COFFEY COMMANCHE COWLEY CRAWFORD DECATUR DICKINSON DONIPHAN DOUGLAS EDWARDS ELK ELLIS ELLISWORTH FINNEY FORD FRANKLIN GEARY GOVE GRAHAM

ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL OFFUTT AFB NE

IL IL IL IL IL IL IL IL IL

IL IL IL IL IL IL IL IL IL

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD LEANORD

WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD

McCONNELL AFB KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS McCONNELL AFB KS McCONNELL AFB KS McCONNELL AFB KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS McCONNELL AFB KS McCONNELL AFB KS McCONNELL AFB KS McCONNELL AFB KS LOWRY AFB CO McCONNELL AFB KS FORT RILEY KS FORT RILEY KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS McCONNELL AFB KS McCONNELL AFB KS McCONNELL AFB KS LOWRY AFB CO FORT RILEY KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS McCONNELL AFB KS McCONNELL AFB KS FORT RILEY KS FORT RILEY KS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS CO McCONNELL AFB KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT RILEY KS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS CO FORT RILEY KS

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY RILEY

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GRANT GRAY GREELEY GREENWOOD HAMILTON HARPER HARVEY HASKELL HODGEMAN JACKSON JEFFERSON JEWELL JOHNSON KEARNY KINGMAN KIOWA LABETTE LANE LEAVENWORTH LINCOLN LINN LOGAN LYON McPHERSON MARION MARSHALL MEADE MIAMI MITCHELL MONTGOMERY MORRIS MORTON NEMAHA NEOSHO NESS NORTON OSAGE OSBOURNE OTTAWA PAWNEE PHILLIPS POTTAWATOMIE PRATT RAWLINS RENO REPUBLIC RICE RILEY ROOKS RUSH RUSSELL SALINE SCOTT SEDGEWICK STEWARD SHAWNEE SHERIDAN SHERMAN SMITH STAFFORD STANTON STEVENS SUMNER THOMAS TREGO WABAUNSEE WALLACE WASHINGTON WICHITA WILSON WOODSON WYANDOTTE

JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS McCONNELL AFB KS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS McCONNELL AFB KS McCONNELL AFB KS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS McCONNELL AFB KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT RILEY KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS McCONNELL AFB KS McCONNELL AFB KS McCONNELL AFB KS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT RILEY KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS FORT RILEY KS McCONNELL AFB KS McCONNELL AFB KS FORT RILEY KS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT RILEY McCONNELL AFB KS FORT RILEY JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS McCONNELL AFB KS McCONNELL AFB KS FORT RILEY KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT RILEY KS FORT RILEY KS McCONNELL AFB KS FORT RILEY KS FORT RILEY KS McCONNELL AFB KS LOWRY AFB CO McCONNELL AFB KS FORT RILEY KS McCONNELL AFB KS FORT RILEY KS FORT RILEY KS McCONNELL AFB KS FORT RILEY KS FORT RILEY KS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS McCONNELL AFB KS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS FORT RILEY KS McCONNELL AFB KS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS McCONNELL AFB KS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS FORT RILEY KS FORT RILEY KS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS FORT RILEY KS JPPSO­COLORADO SPRINGS McCONNELL AFB KS McCONNELL AFB KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS

CO CO CO CO CO

CO

CO

CO

CO

CO

CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO

FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FT LEAVENWORTH FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY FORT RILEY

KENTUCKY (Listed Installations are responsible for both HHG and Orders)

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ADAIR ALLEN ANDERSON BALLARD BARREN BATH BELL BOONE BOURBON BOYD BOYLE BRACKEN BREATHITT BRECKINRIDGE BULLITT BUTLER CALDWELL CALLOWAY CAMPBELL CARLISLE CARROLL CARTER CASEY CHRISTIAN CLARK CLAY CLINTON CRITTENDON CUMBERLAND DAVIESS EDMONSON ELLIOTT ESTILL FAYETTE FLEMING FLOYD FRANKLIN FULTON GALLATIN GARRARD GRANT GRAVES GRAYSON GREEN GREENUP HANCOCK HARDIN HARLAN HARRISON HART HENDERSON HENRY HICKMAN HOPKINS JACKSON JEFFERSON JESSAMINE JOHNSON KENTON KNOX LARUE LAURE LAWRENCE LEE LESLIE LETCHER LEWIS LINCOLN LIVINGSTON LOGAN LYON McCRACKEN McCREARY McLEAN

FORT KNOX KY FORT KNOX KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT KNOX KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT KNOX KY FORT KNOX KY FORT KNOX KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT KNOX KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT KNOX KY FORT CAMPBELL KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT KNOX KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT KNOX KY FORT KNOX KY FORT KNOX KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT KNOX KY FORT KNOX KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT KNOX KY FORT KNOX KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT KNOX KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT KNOX KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT KNOX KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT CAMPBELL KY

ARMY DEPOT ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT

ARMY DEPOT ARMY DEPOT ARMY DEPOT ARMY DEPOT

ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY

DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT

ARMY DEPOT ARMY DEPOT ARMY DEPOT

ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY

DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT

ARMY DEPOT

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MADISON MAGOFFIN MARION MARSHALL MARTIN MASON MEADE MENIFEE MERCER METCALFE MONROE MONTGOMERY MORGAN MUHLENBURG NELSON NICHOLAS OHIO OLDHAM OWEN OWSLEY PENDLETON PERRY PIKE POWELL PULASKI ROBERTSON ROCKCASTLE ROWAN RUSSELL SCOTT SHELBY SIMPSON SPENCER TAYLOR TODD TRIGG TRIMBLE UNION WARREN WASHINGTON WAYNE WEBSTER WHITLEY WOLFE WOODFORD LOUISIANA ACADIA ALLEN ASCENSION ASSUMPTION AVOYELLES BEAUREGARD BIENVILLE BOSSIER CADDO CALCASIEU CALDWELL CAMERON CATAHOUIA CLAIBORNE CONCORDIA DeSOTA EAST BATON ROUGE EAST CARROLL EAST FELICIANA EVANGELINE GRANT IBERIA IBERVILLE JACKSON JEFFERSON JEFFERSON DAVIS LAFAYETTE

LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT KNOX KY FORT CAMPBELL KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT KNOX KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT KNOX KY FORT KNOX KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT KNOX KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT KNOX KY FORT KNOX KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT KNOX KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS FORT KNOX KY FORT KNOX KY FORT KNOX KY FORT KNOX KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT KNOX KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT KNOX KY FORT KNOX KY FORT KNOX KY FORT CAMPBELL KY LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS

ARMY DEPOT ARMY DEPOT ARMY DEPOT ARMY DEPOT ARMY DEPOT ARMY DEPOT ARMY DEPOT ARMY DEPOT ARMY DEPOT ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY ARMY DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT DEPOT

ARMY DEPOT

ARMY DEPOT ARMY DEPOT ARMY DEPOT

ENGLAND AFB LA FORT POLK LA NSA NEW ORLEANS NSA NEW ORLEANS ENGLAND AFB LA FORT POLK LA BARKSDALE AFB LA BARKSDALE AFB LA BARKSDALE AFB LA FORT POLK LA ENGLAND AFB LA FORT POLK LA ENGLAND AFB LA BARKSDALE AFB LA ENGLAND AFB LA BARKSDALE AFB LA NSA NEW ORLEANS ENGLAND AFB LA ENGLAND AFB LA ENGLAND AFB LA ENGLAND AFB LA NSA NEW ORLEANS NSA NEW ORLEANS BARKSDALE AFB LA NSA NEW ORLEANS FORT POLK LA NSA NEW ORLEANS

LA LA

LA

LA LA LA LA

ENTIRE STATE FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA

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LAFOURCHE LaSALL LINCOLN LIVINGSTON MADISON MOREHOUSE NACHITOCHES ORLEANS OUACHITA PLAQUEMINES POINTE COUPEE RAPIDES RED RIVER RICHLAND SABINE ST BERNARD ST CHARLES ST HELENA ST JAMES ST JOHN the BAPTIST ST LANDRY ST MARTIN ST MARY ST TAMMANY TANGIPHAOA TENSAS TERREBONNE UNION VERMILLON VERNON WASHINGTON WEBSTER WEST BATON ROUGE WEST CARROLL WEST FELICIANA WINN MAINE ANDROSCOGGIN AROOSTOOK CUMBERLAND FRANKLIN HANCOCK KENEBECK KNOX LINCOLN OXFORD PENOBSCOT PISCATAQUIS SAGADAHOC SOMERSET WALDO WASHINGTON YORK MARYLAND ALEGANY ANNE ARUNDEL BALTIMORE BALTIMORE CITY CALVERT CAROLINE CARROLL CECIL CHARLES DORCHESTER FREDERICK GARRETT HARFORD HOWARD KENT LAUREL (City of) MONTGOMERY

NSA NEW ORLEANS ENGLAND AFB LA BARKSDALE AFB LA NSA NEW ORLEANS ENGLAND AFB LA ENGLAND AFB LA FORT POLK LA NSA NEW ORLEANS BARKSDALE AFB LA NSA NEW ORLEANS ENGLAND AFB LA ENGLAND AFB LA BARKSDALE AFB LA ENGLAND AFB LA FORT POLK LA NSA NEW ORLEANS NSA NEW ORLEANS NSA NEW ORLEANS NSA NEW ORLEANS NSA NEW ORLEANS ENGLAND AFB LA NSA NEW ORLEANS NSA NEW ORLEANS NSA NEW ORLEANS NSA NEW ORLEANS ENGLAND AFB LA NSA NEW ORLEANS BARKSDALE AFB LA NSA NEW ORLEANS FORT POLK LA NSA NEW ORLEANS BARKSDALE AFB LA NSA NEW ORLEANS ENGLAND AFB LA ENGLAND AFB LA ENGLAND AFB LA

LA LA

LA LA

LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK POLK

LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA

NAS BRUNSWICK ME LORING AFB ME NAS BRUNSWICK ME NAS BRUNSWICK ME NAS BRUNSWICK ME NAS BRUNSWICK ME NAS BRUNSWICK ME NAS BRUNSWICK ME NAS BRUNSWICK ME NAS BRUNSWICK ME NAS BRUNSWICK ME NAS BRUNSWICK ME NAS BRUNSWICK ME NAS BRUNSWICK ME NAS BRUNSWICK ME JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS

ENTIRE STATE FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA

FORT DETRICK MD FORT MEADE MD FORT MEADE MD FORT MEADE MD NAS PATUXENT RIVER MD DOVER AFB DE FORT MEADE MD ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND MD JPPSO WA CAMERON STATION VA DOVER AFB DE FORT DETRICK MD FORT DETRICK MD ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND MD FORT MEADE MD DOVER AFB DE FORT MEADE MD JPPSO WA CAMERON STATION VA

FORT DETRICK MD FORT MEADE MD FORT MEADE MD FORT MEADE MD USASCAF­PENTAGON FORT MEADE MD FORT MEADE MD ABERDEEN PRO GR USASCAF­PENTAGON FORT MEADE MD FORT DETRICK MD FORT DETRICK MD ABERDEEN PRO GR FORT MEADE MD ABERDEEN PRO GR USASCAF­PENTAGON USASCAF­PENTAGON

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PRINCE GEORGES (except city of Laurel) QUEEN ANNES ST MARY'S SOMERSET TALBOT WASHINGTON WICOMICO WORCESTER MASSACHUSETTS BARNSTABLE BERSHIRE BRISTOL DUKES ESSEX FRANKLIN HAMPDEN HAMPSHIRE MIDDLESEX NANTUCKET NORFOLK PLYMOUTH SUFFOLK WORCESTER MICHIGAN ALCONA ALGER ALLEGAN ALPENA ANTRIM ARENAC BARAGA BARRY BAY BENZIE BERRIEM BRANCH CALHOUN CASS CHARLEVOIX CHEBOYGAN CHIPPEWA CLARE CLINTON CRAWFORD DELTA DICKINSON EATON EMMET GENESSEE GLADWIN GOGEBIC GRAND TRAVERSE GRATIOT HILLSDALE HOUGHTON HURON INGHAM IOSCO IRON ISABELLA JACKSON KALAMAZOO KALKASKA KENT KEWEENAW LAKE LAPEER LEELANUA LENAWEE LIVINGSTON LUCE

JPPSO WA CAMERON STATION VA DOVER AFB DE NAS PATUXENT RIVER MD DOVER AFB DE DOVER AFB DE FORT DETRICK MD DOVER AFB DE DOVER AFB DE

USASCAF­PENTAGON FORT MEADE MD USASCAF­PENTAGON FORT MEADE MD FORT MEADE MD FORT DETRICK MD FORT MEADE MD FORT MEADE MD

JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS NAU SCOTIA NY JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS

ENTIRE STATE FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA

WURTSMITH AFB MI K.I. SAYER AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE WURTSMITH AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI K.I. SAWYER AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE WURTSMITH AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE WURTSMITH AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI K.I. SAWYER AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE WURTSMITH AFB MI K.I. SAWYER AFB MI K.I. SAWYER AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE WURTSMITH AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE WURTSMITH AFB MI K.I. SAWYER AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE K.I. SAWYER AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE WURTSMITH AFB MI K.I. SAWYER AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE WURTSMITH AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE K.I. SAWYER AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE WURTSMITH AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE K.I. SAWYER AFB MI

ANGB

ANGB ANGB ANGB ANGB ANGB

ANGB

ANGB ANGB

ANGB ANGB ANGB ANGB

ANGB ANGB ANGB ANGB ANGB ANGB

ENTIRE STATE FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY

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COUNTY HHG ORDERS

MacKINAC MACOMB MANISTEE MARQUETTE MASON MECOSTA MENOMINEE MIDLAND MISSAUKEE MONROE MONTCALM MONTMORENCY MUSKEGON NEWAYGO OAKLAND OCEANA OGEMAW ONTONAGON OSCEOLA OSCODA OTSEGO OTTAWA PRESQUE ISLE ROSCOMMON SAGINAW ST. CLAIR ST. JOSEPH SANILAC SCHOOLCRAFT SHIAWASSEE TUSCOLA VAN BUREN WASHTENAW WAYNE WAXFORD MINNESOTA AITKIN ANOKA BECKER BELTRAMI BENTON BIG STONE BLUE EARTH BROWN CARLTON CARVER CASS CHIPPEWA CHISAGO CLAY CLEARWATER COOK COTTONWOOD CROW WING DAKOTA DAKOTA DOUGLAS FARIBAULT FILLMORE FREEBORN GOODHUE GRANT HENNEPIN HOUSTON HUBBARD ISANTI ITASCA JACKSON KANABEC KANDIYOHI KITTSON KOOCHICHING LAC QUI PARLE

K.I. SAWYER AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE WURTSMITH AFB MI K.I. SAWYER AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI K.I. SAWYER AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE WURTSMITH AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE WURTSMITH AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE WURTSMITH AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI K.I. SAWYER AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE WURTSMITH AFB MI WURTSMITH AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE K.I. SAWYER AFB MI USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE USA TARCOM SELFRIDGE WURTSMITH AFB MI

ANGB

ANGB ANGB ANGB ANGB

ANGB ANGB ANGB ANGB ANGB ANGB ANGB ANGB ANGB ANGB

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY McCOY

USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, GRAND FORKS AFB ND GRAND FORKS AFB ND USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, GRAND FORKS AFB ND GRAND FORKS AFB ND USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, GRAND FORKS, AFB ND USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, GRAND FORKS, AFB ND GRAND FORKS, AFB ND USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO,

FT SNELLING MN FT SNELLING MN FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN

FT SNELLING MN

ENTIRE STATE FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT McCOY FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE FORT DODGE

52

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LAKE LAKE OF THE WOODS LESEUR LINCOLN LYON MCLEOD MAHNOMEN MARSHALL MARTIN MEEKER MILLE LACS MORRISON MOWER MURRAY NICOLLETT NOBLE NORMAN OLMSTEAD OTTER TRAIL PENNINGTON PINE PIPESTONE POLK POPE RAMSEY RED LAKE REDWOOD RENVILLE RICE ROSSEAU ST. LOUIS SCOTT SHERBURNE SIBLEY STEARNS STEELE STEVENS SWIFT TODD TRAVERSE WABASHA WADENA WASECA WASHINGTON WATONWAN WILKIN WINONA WRIGHT YELLOW MEDICINE MISSISSIPPI ADAMS ALCORN ALMITE ATTALA BENTON BOLIVAR CALHOUN CARROLL CHICKSAW CHOCKTAW CLAIRBORNE CLARKE CLAY COAHOMA COPIAH COVINGTON DE SOTO FORREST FRANKLIN GEORGE GREENE GRENADA HANCOCK

USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, GRAND FORKS, AFB ND USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, GRAND FORKS, AFB ND GRAND FORKS, AFB ND USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, GRAND FORKS, AFB ND USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, GRAND FORKS, AFB ND GRAND FORKS, AFB ND USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, GRAND FORKS, AFB ND USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, GRAND FORKS, AFB ND USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, GRAND FORKS, AFB ND USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, GRAND FORKS, AFB ND USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, GRAND FORKS, AFB ND USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO, USA MINN, ST. PAUL TO,

FT SNELLING MN FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN

FT SNELLING MN FT SNELLING MN FT SNELLING MN FT SNELLING MN FT SNELLING MN FT SNELLING MN FT SNELLING MN FT SNELLING MN FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT FT SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING SNELLING MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN MN

FT SNELLING MN FT SNELLING MN FT SNELLING MN FT SNELLING MN FT SNELLING MN FT SNELLING MN

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE DODGE ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK ROCK

ENGLAND AFB LA NAS MEMPHIS TN ENGLAND AFB LA COLUMBUS AFB MS NAS MEMPHIS TN COLUMBUS AFB MS COLUMBUS AFB MS COLUMBUS AFB MS COLUMBUS AFB MS COLUMBUS AFB MS ENGLAND AFB LA NAS MERIDIAN MS COLUMBUS AFB MS NAS MEMPHIS TN NAS MERIDIAN MS KEESLER AFB MS NAS MEMPHIS TN KEESLER AFB MS ENGLAND AFB LA KEESLER AFB MS KEESLER AFB MS COLUMBUS AFB MS KEESLER AFB MS

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

RUCKER AL McCLELLAN RUCKER AL McCLELLAN McCLELLAN McCLELLAN McCLELLAN McCLELLAN McCLELLAN McCLELLAN RUCKER AL RUCKER AL McCLELLAN McCLELLAN RUCKER AL RUCKER AL McCLELLAN RUCKER AL RUCKER AL RUCKER AL RUCKER AL McCLELLAN RUCKER AL

AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL

AL

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HARRISON HINDS HOLMES HUMPHREYS ISSAQUENA ITAWAMBA JACKSON JASPER JEFFERSON JEFFERSON DAVIS JONES KEMPER LAFAYETTE LAMAR LAUDERDALE LAWRENCE LEAKE LEE LEFLORE LINCOLN LOWNDES MADISON MARION MARSHALL MONROE MONTGOMERY NESHOBA NEWTON NOXUBEE OKTIBBEHA PANOLA PEARL RIVER PERRY PIKE PONTOTOC PRENTISS QUITMAN RANKIN SCOTT SHARKEY SIMPSON SMITH STONE SUNFLOWER TALLAHATCHIE TATE TIPPAH TISHOMINGO TUNICA UNION WALTHALL WARREN WASHINGTON WAYNE WEBSTER WILKINSON WINSTON YALOBUSHA YAZOO MISSOURI ADAIR ANDREW ATCHINSON AUDRAIN BARRY BARTON BATES BENTON BOLLINGER BOONE

KEESLER AFB MS NAS MERIDIAN MS COLUMBUS AFB MS COLUMBUS AFB MS NAS MERIDIAN MS COLUMBUS AFB MS KEESLER AFB MS NAS MERIDIAN MS ENGLAND AFB LA KEESLER AFB MS KEESLER AFB MS NAS MERIDIAN MS NAS MERIDIAN TN KEESLER AFB MS NAS MERIDIAN MS KEESLER AFB MS NAS MERIDIAN MS COLUMBUS AFB MS COLUMBUS AFB MS KEESLER AFB MS COLUMBUS AFB MS NAS MERIDIAN MS KEESLER AFB MS NAS MEMPHIS TN COLUMBUS AFB MS COLUMBUS AFB MS NAS MERIDIAN MS NAS MERIDIAN MS COLUMBUS AFB MS COLUMBUS AFB MS NAS MEMPHIS TN KEESLER AFB MS KEESLER AFB MS KEESLER AFB MS COLUMBUS AFB MS NAS MEMPHIS TN NAS MEMPHIS TN NAS MERIDIAN MS NAS MERIDIAN MS NAS MERIDIAN MS NAS MERIDIAN MS NAS MERIDIAN MS KEESLER AFB MS COLUMBUS AFB MS COLUMBUS AFB MS NAS MEMPHIS TN NAS MEMPHIS TN NAS MEMPHIS TN NAS MEMPHIS TN NAS MEMPHIS TN KEESLER AFB MS NAS MERIDIAN MS COLUMBUS AFB MS KEESLER AFB MS COLUMBUS AFB MS ENGLAND AFB LA COLUMBUS AFB MS COLUMBUS AFB MS NAS MERIDIAN MS

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

RUCKER AL RUCKER AL McCLELLAN McCLELLAN RUCKER AL McCLELLAN RUCKER AL RUCKER AL RUCKER AL RUCKER AL RUCKER AL RUCKER AL McCLELLAN RUCKER AL RUCKER AL RUCKER AL RUCKER AL McCLELLAN McCLELLAN RUCKER AL McCLELLAN RUCKER AL RUCKER AL McCLELLAN McCLELLAN McCLELLAN RUCKER AL RUCKER AL McCLELLAN McCLELLAN McCLELLAN RUCKER AL RUCKER AL RUCKER AL McCLELLAN McCLELLAN McCLELLAN RUCKER AL RUCKER AL RUCKER AL RUCKER AL RUCKER AL RUCKER AL McCLELLAN McCLELLAN McCLELLAN McCLELLAN McCLELLAN McCLELLAN McCLELLAN RUCKER AL RUCKER AL McCLELLAN RUCKER AL McCLELLAN RUCKER AL McCLELLAN McCLELLAN RUCKER AL

AL AL AL

AL

AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL

AL AL AL

AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL

CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY, IL FORT LEAVENWORTH, KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL FORT LEONARD WOOD MO FORT LEONARD WOOD MO FORT LEAVENWORTH KS WHITEMAN AFB MO SCOTT AFB IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL

" ENTIRE STAT" FORT LEONARD FORT LEONARD FORT LEONARD FORT LEONARD FORT LEONARD FORT LEONARD FORT LEONARD FORT LEONARD FORT LEONARD FORT LEONARD FORT LEONARD FORT LEONARD

WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD

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BUCHANAN BUTLER CALDWELL CALLAWAY CAMDEN CAPE GIRARDEAU CARROLL CARTER CASS CEDAR CHARLTON CHRISTIAN CLARK CLAY CLINTON COLE COOPER CRAWFORD DADE DALLAS DAVIESS DE KALB DENT DOUGLAS DUNKLIN FRANKLIN GASCONADE GENTRY GREENE GRUNDY HARRISON HENRY HICKORY HOLT HOWARD HOWELL IRON JACKSON JASPER JEFFERSON JOHNSON KNOX LACLEDE LAFAYETTE LAWRENCE LEWIS LINCOLN LINN LIVINGSTON McDONALD MACON MADISON MARIES MARION MERCER MILLER MISSISSIPPI MONITEAU

FORT LEAVENWORTH KS EAKER AFB AR FORT LEAVENWORTH KS CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL FORT LEONARD WOOD MO SCOTT AFB IL FORT LEAVENWORTH KS EAKER AFB AR FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT LEONARD WOOD MO CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL FORT LEONARD WOOD MO CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL FORT LEONARD WOOD MO FORT LEONARD WOOD MO FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT LEONARD WOOD MO FORT LEONARD WOOD MO EAKER AFB AR CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT LEONARD WOOD MO FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT LEAVENWORTH KS WHITEMAN AFB MO WHITEMAN AFB MO FORT LEAVENWORTH KS CHARLES PRICE APT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL FORT LEONARD WOOD MO SCOTT AFB IL FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT LEONARD WOOD MO CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL WHITEMAN AFB MO CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL FORT LEONARD WOOD MO WHITEMAN AFB MO FORT LEONARD WOOD MO CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT LEONARD WOOD MO CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL SCOTT AFB IL FORT LEONARD WOOD MO CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT LEONARD WOOD MO EAKER AFB AR CHARLES PRICE SPT

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD

WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD

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MONROE MONTGOMERY MORGAN NEW MADRID NEWTON NODAWAY OREGON OSAGE OZARK PEMISCOT PERRY PETTIS PHELPS PIKE PLATTE POLK PULASKI PUTNAM RALLS RANDOLPH RAY REYNOLDS RIPLEY ST. CHARLES ST. CLAIR ST. FRANCOIS ST. GENEVIEVE ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS CITY SALINE SCHUYLER SCOTLAND SCOTT SHANNON SHELBY STODDARD STONE SULLIVAN TANEY TEXAS VERNON WARREN WASHINGTON WAYNE WEBSTER WORTH WRIGHT MONTANA BEAVERHEAD BIG HORN BLAINE BROADWATER CARBON

CEN, GRANITE CITY IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL EAKER AFB AR FORT LEONARD WOOD MO FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT LEONARD WOOD MO CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL FORT LEONARD WOOD MO EAKER AFB AR SCOTT AFB IL WHITEMAN AFB MO FORT LEONARD WOOD MO CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT LEONARD WOOD MO FORT LEONARD WOOD MO CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL FORT LEAVENWORTH KS SCOTT AFB IL EAKER AFB AR CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL WHITEMAN AFB MO CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL WHITEMAN AFB AR CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL SCOTT AFB IL FORT LEONARD WOOD MO CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL SCOTT AFB IL FORT LEONARD WOOD MO CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL FORT LEONARD WOOD MO FORT LEONARD WOOD MO FORT LEONARD WOOD MO CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL CHARLES PRICE SPT CEN, GRANITE CITY IL SCOTT AFB IL FORT LEONARD WOOD MO FORT LEAVENWORTH KS FORT LEONARD WOOD MO

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD LEONARD

WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD WOOD

MALMSTROM MALMSTROM MALMSTROM MALMSTROM MALMSTROM

AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB

MT MT MT MT MT

ENTIRE STATE FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA

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COUNTY HHG ORDERS

CARTER CASCADE CHOUTEAU CUSTER DANIELS DAWSON DEER LODGE FALLON FERGUS FLATHEAD GALLATIN GARFIELD GLACIER GOLDEN VALLEY GRANITE HILL JEFFERSON JUDITH BASIN LAKE LEWIS AND CLARK LIBERTY LINCOLN McCONE MADISON MEAGHER MINERAL MISSOULA MUSSELSHELL PARK PETROLEUM PHILLIPS PONDERA POWDER RIVER POWELL PRAIRIE RAVALLI RICHLAND ROOSEVELT ROSEBUD SANDERS SHERIDAN SILVER BOW STILLWATER SWEET GRASS TETON TOOLE TREASURE VALLEY WHEATLAND WIBAUX YELLOWSTONE NEBRASKA ADAMS ANTELOPE ARTHUR BANNER BLAINE BOONE BOX BUTTE BOYD BROWN BUFFALO BURT BUTLER CASS CEDAR CHASE CHERRY CHEYENNE CLAY COLFAX CUMING CUSTER

MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT FAIRCHILD AFB WA MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT FAIRCHILD AFB WA MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT MALMSTROM AFB MT

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS

WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA

OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE F.E. WARREN AFB WY OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE F.E. WARREN AFB WY OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE LOWRY AFB CO OFFUTT AFB NE F.E. WARREN AFB WY OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE

ENTIRE STATE FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH FORT LEAVENWORTH

KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS

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DAKOTA DAWES DAWSON DEUEL DIXON DODGE DOUGLAS DUNDY FILLMORE FRANKLIN FRONTIER FURNAS GAGE GARDEN GARFIELD GOSPER GRANT GREELEY HALL HAMILTON HARLAN HAYES HITCHCOCK HOLT HOOKER HOWARD JEFFERSON JOHNSON KEARNEY KEITH KAYA PAHA KIMBALL KNOX LANCASTER LINCOLN LOGAN LOUP McPHERSON MADISON MERRICK MORRILL NANCE NEMAHA NUCKOLIS OTOE PAWNEE PERKINS PHELPS PIERCE PLATTE POLK RED WILLOW RICHARDSON ROCK SALINE SARPY SAUNDERS SCOTTS BLUFF STEWARD SHERIDAN SHERMAN SIOUX STANTON THAYER THOMAS THURSTON VALLEY WASHINGTON WAYNE WEBSTER WHEELER YORK NEVADA

OFFUTT AFB NE F.E. WARREN AFB WY OFFUTT AFB NE F.E. WARREN AFB WY OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE LOWRY AFB CO OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE LOWRY AFB CO OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE F.E. WARREN AFB WY OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE LOWRY AFB CO OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE FORT LEAVENWORTH KS OFFUTT AFB NE LOWRY AFB CO OFFUTT AFB NE F.E. WARREN AFB WY OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE LOWRY AFB CO OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE F.E. WARREN AFB WY OFFUTT AFB NE FORT LEAVENWORTH KS OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE FORT LEAVENWORTH KS LOWRY AFB CO OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE LOWRY AFB CO FORT LEAVENWORTH KS OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE F.E. WARREN AFB WY OFFUTT AFB NE F.E. WARREN AFB WY OFFUTT AFB NE F.E. WARREN AFB WY OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE OFFUTT AFB NE

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH LEAVENWORTH

KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS KS

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CARSON CITY CHURCHILL CLARK DOUGLAS ELKO ESMERALDA EUREKA HUMBOLDT LANDER LINCOLN LYON MINERAL NYE (NORTH OF US ROUTE 6) PERSHING STOREY WASHOE WHITE PINE NEW HAMPSHIRE BELKNAP CARROLL CHESHIRE COOS GRAFTON HILLSBOROUGH MERRIMACK ROCKINGHAM STRAFFORD SULLIVAN NEW JERSEY ATLANTIC BERGEN BURLINGTON CAMDEN (WEST OF NJ TURNPIKE) CAMDEN (EAST OF NJ TURNPIKE) CAPE MAY CUMBERLAND ESSEX GLOUSTER HUDSON HUNTERDON MERCER MIDDLESEX MONMOUTH MORRIS OCEAN PASSAIC SALEM SOMERSET SUSSEX UNION WARREN NEW MEXICO BERNALILLO CATRON CHAVES CIBOLA COLFAX CURRY DeBACA DONA ANA EDDY GRANT GUADALUPE HARDING HIDALGO LEA LINCOLN LOS ALAMOS

SIERRA AD HERLONG CA NAS FALLON NV NELLIS AFB NV SIERRA AD HERLONG CA MOUNTAIN HOME AFB ID SIERRA AD HERLONG CA NAS FALLON NV SIERRA AD HERLONG CA NAS FALLON NV NELLIS AFB NV NAS FALLON NV SIERRA AD HERLONG CA NELLIS AFB NV SIERRA AD HERLONG CA SIERRA AD HERLONG CA SIERRA AD HERLONG CA NAS FALLON NV

ENTIRE STATE PRESIDIO OF SAN FRANCISCO CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIA

JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS NAS BRUNSWICK ME JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS JPPSO­MASSACHUSETTS

ENTIRE STATE FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA

JPPSO­NJ, FT DIX NJ NY AREA CMD & FT HAMILTON JPPSO­NJ, FT DIX NJ NAV STA PHILA PA JPPSO­NJ, FT DIX JPPSO­NJ, FT DIX JPPSO­NJ, FT DIX NY AREA CMD & FT JPPSO­NJ, FT DIX NY AREA CMD & FT JPPSO­NJ, FT DIX JPPSO­NJ, FT DIX JPPSO­NJ, FT DIX JPPSO­NJ, FT DIX NY AREA CMD & FT JPPSO­NJ, FT DIX NY AREA CMD & FT JPPSO­NJ, FT DIX JPPSO­NJ, FT DIX NY AREA CMD & FT NY AREA CMD & FT TOBYHANNA AD PA

FORT FORT FORT FORT

DIX HAMILTON DIX DIX

FORT DIX FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT DIX DIX HAMILTON DIX HAMILTON MONMOUTH MONMOUTH MONMOUTH MONMOUTH HAMILTON DIX HAMILTON DIX MONMOUTH HAMILTON HAMILTON HAMILTON

HAMILTON HAMILTON

HAMILTON HAMILTON HAMILTON HAMILTON

KIRTLAND AFB NM WHITE SANDS MIS RANGE HOLLOMAN AFB NM KIRTLAND AFB NM KIRTLAND AFB NM CANNON AFB NM CANNON AFB NM WHITE SANDS MIS RANGE HOLLOMAN AFB NM WHITE SANDS MIS RANGE CANNON AFB NM KIRTLAND AFB NM WHITE SANDS MIS RANGE HOLLOMAN AFB NM HOLLOMAN AFB NM KIRTLAND AFB NM

NM

NM NM NM

FORT BLISS TX WHITE SANDS MIS WHITE SANDS MIS FORT BLISS TX FORT BLISS TX FORT BLISS TX FORT BLISS TX WHITE SANDS MIS WHITE SANDS MIS WHITE SANDS MIS FORT BLISS TX FORT BLISS TX WHITE SANDS MIS WHITE SANDS MIS WHITE SANDS MIS FORT BLISS TX

RANGE RANGE

RANGE RANGE RANGE RANGE RANGE RANGE

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LUNA McKINLEY MORA OTERO QUAY RIO ARRIBA ROOSEVELT SANDOVAL SAN JUAN SAN MIGUEL SANTA FE SIERRA SOCORRO TAOS TORRANCE UNION VALENCIA NEW YORK ALBANY ALLEGANY BRONX BROOME CATTARAUGUS CAYUGA CHAUTAUGUA CHEMUNG CHENANGO CLINTON COLUMBIA CORTLAND DELAWARE DUTCHESS ERIE ESSEX FRANKLIN FULTON GENESEE GREENE HAMILTON HERKIMER JEFFERSON KINGS (BKLYN) LEWIS LIVINGSTON MADISON MANHATTAN MONROE MONTGOMERY NASSAU NIAGARA ONEIDA ONONDAGA ONTARIO ORANGE ORLEANS OSWEGO OTSEGO PUTNAM QUEENS RENSSELAER RICHMOND ROCKLAND ST. LAWRENCE SARATOGA SCHENECTADY SCHOHARIE SCHUYLER SENECA STEUBEN SUFFOLK SULLIVAN TIOGA TOMPKINS

WHITE SANDS MIS RANGE NM KIRTLAND AFB NM KIRTLAND AFB NM HOLLOMAN AFB NM CANNON AFB NM KIRTLAND AFB NM CANNON AFB NM KIRTLAND AFB NM KIRTLAND AFB NM KIRTLAND AFB NM KIRTLAND AFB NM WHITE SANDS MIS RANGE NM WHITE SANDS MIS RANGE NM KIRTLAND AFB NM KIRTLAND AFB NM KIRTLAND AFB NM KIRTLAND AFB NM

WHITE SANDS MIS FORT BLISS TX FORT BLISS TX WHITE SANDS MIS FORT BLISS TX FORT BLISS TX FORT BLISS TX FORT BLISS TX FORT BLISS TX FORT BLISS TX FORT BLISS TX WHITE SANDS MIS WHITE SANDS MIS FORT BLISS TX FORT BLISS TX FORT BLISS TX FORT BLISS TX

RANGE RANGE

RANGE RANGE

NAU SCOTIA NY SENECA AD NY NY AREA CMD & FT HAMILTON GRIFFISS AFB NY SENECA AD NY SENECA AD NY SENECA AD NY SENECA AD NY GRIFFISS AFB NY PLATTSBURGH AFB NY NAU SCOTIA NY GRIFFISS AFB NY GRIFFISS AFB NY USMA WEST POINT NY SENECA AD NY PLATTSBURGH AFB NY PLATTSBURGH AFB NY NAU SCOTIA NY SENECA AD NY NAU SCOTIA NY NAU SCOTIA NY GRIFFISS AFB NY FORT DRUM NY NY AREA CMD & FT HAMILTON FORT DRUM NY SENECA AD NY GRIFFISS AFB NY NY AREA CMD & FT HAMILTON SENECA AD NY NAU SCOTIA NY NY AREA CMD & FT HAMILTON SENECA AD NY GRIFFISS AFB NY GRIFFISS AFB NY SENECA AD NY USMA WEST POINT NY SENECA AD NY FORT DRUM NY GRIFFISS AFB NY USMA WEST POINT NY NY AREA CMD & FT HAMILTON NAU SCOTIA NY NY AREA CMD & FT HAMILTON USMA WEST POINT NY FORT DRUM NY NAU SCOTIA NY NAU SCOTIA NY NAU SCOTIA NY SENECA AD NY SENECA AD NY SENECA AD NY NY AREA CMD & FT HAMILTON USMA WEST POINT NY SENECA AD NY SENECA AD NY

WATERVLIET ARSENAL SENECA ARMY DEPOT FORT HAMILTON SENECA ARMY DEPOT SENECA ARMY DEPOT SENECA ARMY DEPOT SENECA ARMY DEPOT SENECA ARMY DEPOT SENECA ARMY DEPOT WATERVLIET ARSENAL WATERVLIET ARSENAL SENECA ARMY DEPOT WATERVLIET ARSENAL USMA WEST POINT SENECA ARMY DEPOT WATERVLIET ARSENAL WATERVLIET ARSENAL WATERVLIET ARSENAL SENECA ARMY DEPOT WATERVLIET ARSENAL WATERVLIET ARSENAL WATERVLIET ARSENAL FORT DRUM FORT HAMILTON FORT DRUM SENECA ARMY DEPOT SENECA ARMY DEPOT FORT HAMILTON SENECA ARMY DEPOT WATERVLIET ARSENAL FORT HAMILTON SENECA ARMY DEPOT FORT DRUM SENECA ARMY DEPOT SENECA ARMY DEPOT USMA WEST POINT SENECA ARMY DEPOT FORT DRUM WATERVLIET ARSENAL USMA WEST POINT FORT HAMILTON WATERVLIET ARSENAL FORT HAMILTON USMA WEST POINT FORT DRUM WATERVLIET ARSENAL WATERVLIET ARSENAL WATERVLIET ARSENAL SENECA ARMY DEPOT SENECA ARMY DEPOT SENECA ARMY DEPOT FORT HAMILTON USMA WEST POINT SENECA ARMY DEPOT SENECA ARMY DEPOT

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ULSTER WARREN WASHINGTON WAYNE WESTCHESTER WYOMING YATES NORTH CAROLINA ALAMANCE ALEXANDER ALLEGHENY ANSON ASHE AVERY BEAUFORT BERTIE BLADEN BRUNSWICK BUNCOMBE BURKE CABARRUS CALDWELL CAMDEM CARTERET CASWELL CATAWBA CHATAM CHEROKEE CHOWAN CLAY CLEVELAND COLUMBUS CRAVEN CUMBERLAND CURRITUCK DARE DAVIDSON DAVIE DUPLIN DURHAM EDGECOMBE FORSYTH FRANKLIN GASTON GATES GRAHAM GRANVILLE GREENE GUILFORD HALIFAX HARNETT HAYWOOD HENDERSON HERTFORD HOKE HYDE IREDELL JACKSON JOHNSTON JONES LEE LENOIR LINCOLN McDOWELL MACON MADISON MARTIN MECKLENBERG MITCHELL MONTGOMERY MOORE NASH NEW HANOVER

USMA WEST POINT NY NAU SCOTIA NY NAU SCOTIA NY SENECA AD NY USMA WEST POINT NY SENECA AD NY SENECA AD NY

USMA WEST POINT WATERVLIET ARSENAL WATERVLIET ARSENAL SENECA ARMY DEPOT USMA WEST POINT SENECA ARMY DEPOT SENECA ARMY DEPOT

FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC MCAS CHERRY POINT NC CPPSO NORFOLK VA FORT BRAGG NC MYRTLE BEACH AFB SC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC CPPSO NORFOLK VA MCAS CHERRY POINT NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC CPPSO NORFOLK VA FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC MYRTLE BEACH AFB SC MCAS CHERRY POINT NC FORT BRAGG NC CPPSO NORFOLK VA CPPSO NORFOLK VA FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC CAMP LEJEUNE NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC FORT BRAGG NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC FORT BRAGG NC CPPSO NORFOLK VA FORT BRAGG NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC FORT BRAGG NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC CPPSO NORFOLK VA FORT BRAGG NC MCAS CHERRY POINT NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC CAMP LEJEUNE NC FORT BRAGG NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC MYRTLE BEACH AFB SC

ENTIRE STATE FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC

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NORTHAMPTON ONSLOW ORANGE PAMLICO PASQUOTANK PENDER PERQUIMANS PERSON PITT POLK RANDOLPH RICHMOND ROBESON ROCKINGHAM ROWAN RUTHERFORD SAMPSON SCOTLAND STANLY STOKES SURRY SWAIN TRANSYLVANIA TYRREL UNION VANCE WAKE WARREN WASHINGTON WATAUGA WAYNE WILKES WILSON YADKIN YANCEY NORTH DAKOTA ADAMS BARNES BENSON BILLINGS BOTTINEAU BOWAN BURKE BURLEIGH CASS CAVALIER DICKEY DIVIDE DUNN EDDY EMMONS FOSTER GOLDEN VALLEY GRAND FORKS GRANT GRIGGS HETTINGER KIDDER LA MOURE LOGAN McHENRY McINTOSH McKENZIE McLEAN MERCER MORTON MOUNTRAIL NELSON OLIVER PEMBRINA PIERCE RAMSEY RANSOM

CPPSO NORFOLK VA CAMP LEJEUNE NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC MCAS CHERRY POINT NC CPPSO NORFOLK VA CAMP LEJEUNE NC CPPSO NORFOLK VA SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC CPPSO NORFOLK VA FORT BRAGG NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC CPPSO NORFOLK VA FORT BRAGG NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC FORT BRAGG NC SEYMOUR JOHNSON AFB NC FORT BRAGG NC FORT BRAGG NC

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG BRAGG

NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC

MINOT AFB ND GRAND FORKS AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND GRAND FORKS AFB ND GRAND FORKS AFB ND GRAND FORKS AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND GRAND FORKS AFB ND MINOT AFB ND GRAND FORKS AFB ND MINOT AFB ND GRAND FORKS AFB ND MINOT AFB ND GRAND FOIRKS AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND GRAND FORKS AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND GRAND FORKS AFB ND MINOT AFB ND GRAND FORKS AFB ND MINOT AFB ND GRAND FORKS AFB ND GRAND FORKS AFB ND

ENTIRE STATE FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON FORT CARSON

CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO

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RENVILLE RICHLAND ROLETTE SARGENT SHERIDAN SIOUX SLOPE STARK STEELE STUTSMAN TOWNER TRAILL WALSH WARD WELLS WILLIAMS OHIO ADAMS ALLEN ASHLAND ASHTABULA ATHENS AUGLAIZE BELMONT BROWN BUTLER CARROLL CHAMPAIGN CLARK CLERMONT CLINTON COLUMBIANA COSHOCTON CRAWFORD CUYAHOGA DARKE DEFIANCE DELAWARE ERIE FAIRFIELD FAYETTE FRANKLIN FULTON GALLIA GEAUGA GREENE GURNSEY HAMILTON HANCOCK HARDIN HARRISON HENRY HIGHLAND HOCKING HOLMES HURON JACKSON JEFFERSON KNOX LAKE LAWRENCE LICKING LOGAN LORAIN LUCAS MADISON MAHONING MARION MEDINA MEIGS

MINOT AFB ND GRAND FORKS MINOT AFB ND GRAND FORKS MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND GRAND FORKS GRAND FORKS MINOT AFB ND GRAND FORKS GRAND FORKS MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND MINOT AFB ND

AFB ND AFB ND

AFB ND AFB ND AFB ND AFB ND

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON CARSON

CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO CO

LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS AD WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB NFC CLEVELAND OH NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FACILITY, OAKDALE PA LEXINGTON BLUE GRASS AD WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB LEXINGTON BG AD KY WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FACILITY, OAKDALE PA WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB NFC CLEVELAND OH NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB LEXINGTON BG AD KY WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FACILITY, OAKDALE PA WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB NFC CLEVELAND OH NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB

LEXINGTON BG AD, KY FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX LEXINGTON BG AD KY FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX LEXINGTON BG AD KY FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX LEXINGTON BG AD KY FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT KNOX FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX

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MERCER MIAMI MONROE MONTGOMERY MORGAN MORROW MUSKINGUM NOBLE OTTAWA PAULDING PERRY PICKAWAY PIKE PORTAGE PREBLE PUTNAM RICHLAND ROSS SANDUSKY SCIOTO SENECA SHELBY STARK SUMMIT TRUMBULL TUSCARAWAS UNION VAN WERT VINTON WARREN WASHINGTON WAYNE WILLIAMS WOOD WYANDOT OKLAHOMA ADAIR ALFALFA ATOKA BEAVER BECKHAM BLAINE BRYAN CADDO CANADIAN CARTER CHEROKEE CHOCTAW CIMARRON CLEVELAND COAL COMMANCHE COTTON CRAIG CREEK CUSTER DELAWARE DEWEY ELLIS GARFIELD GARVIN GRADY GRANT GREER HARMON HARPER HASKELL HUGHES JACKSON JEFFERSON JOHNSTON KAY KINGFISHER

WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON NFC CLEVELAND OH NFC CLEVELAND OH NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON WRIGHT-PATTERSON NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON NFC CLEVELAND OH WRIGHT-PATTERSON

AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB

AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB OH AFB

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX KNOX

FORT CHAFFEE AR VANCE AFB OK MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION ALTUS AFB OK ALTUS AFB OK TINKER AFB OK MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION FORT SILL OK TINKER AFB OK FORT SILL OK FORT CHAFFEE AR MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION CANNON AFB NM TINKER AFB OK MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION FORT SILL OK SHEPPARD AFB TX FORT CHAFFEE AR MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION TINKER AFB OK FORT CHAFFEE AR ALTUS AFB OK ALTUS AFB OK VANCE AFB OK FORT SILL OK FORT SILL OK VANCE AFB OK ALTUS AFB OK ALTUS AFB OK VANCE AFB OK MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION ALTUS AFB OK SHEPPARD AFB TX MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION VANCE AFB OK TINKER AFB OK

PLANT

PLANT

PLANT PLANT

PLANT

PLANT PLANT PLANT

ENTIRE STATE FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SILL

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KIOWA LATIMER LE FLORE LINCOLN LOGAN LOVE MCCLAIN MCCURTAIN MCINTOSH MAJOR MARSHALL MAYES MURRAY MUSKOGEE NOBLE NOWATA OKFUSKEE OKLAHOMA OKMULGEE OSAGE OTTAWA PAWNEE PAYNE PITTSBURG PONTOTOC POTTAWATOMIE PUSHMATAHA ROGER MILLS ROGERS SEMINOLE SEQUOYAH STEPHENS TEXAS TILLMAN TULSA WAGONER WASHINGTON WASHITA WOODS WOODWARD OREGON BAKER BENTON CLACKAMAS CLATSOP COLUMBIA COOS CROOK CURRY DESCHUTES DOUGLAS GILLIAM GRANT HARNEY HOOD RIVER JACKSON JEFFERSON JOSEPHINE KLAMATH LAKE LANE LINCOLN LINN MELHEUR MARION MORROW MULTNOMAH POLK SHERMAN TILLAMOOK UMATILLA UNION WALLOWA

FORT SILL OK MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION FORT CHAFFEE AR TINKER AFB OK TINKER AFB OK SHEPPARD AFB TX FORT SILL OK RED RIVER AD TX MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION VANCE AFB OK MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION FORT CHAFFEE AR FORT SILL OK MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION VANCE AFB OK FORT CHAFFEE AR MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION TINKER AFB OK MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION VANCE AFB OK FORT CHAFFEE AR VANCE AFB OK TINKER AFB OK MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION ALTUS AFB OK FORT CHAFFEE AR MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION FORT CHAFFEE AR FORT SILL OK CANNON AFB NM SHEPPARD AFB TX MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION VANCE AFB OK ALTUS AFB OK VANCE AFB OK VANCE AFB OK

PLANT

PLANT PLANT PLANT PLANT PLANT

PLANT PLANT PLANT PLANT PLANT

PLANT PLANT

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL SILL

MOUNTAIN HOME JPPSO-LEWIS WA JPPSO-LEWIS WA JPPSO-LEWIS WA JPPSO-LEWIS WA JPPSO-LEWIS WA MOUNTAIN HOME BEALE AFB CA MOUNTAIN HOME JPPSO-LEWIS WA JPPSO-LEWIS WA MOUNTAIN HOME MOUNTAIN HOME JPPSO-LEWIS WA BEALE AFB CA MOUNTAIN HOME BEALE AFB CA BEALE AFB CA MOUNTAIN HOME JPPSO-LEWIS WA JPPSO-LEWIS WA JPPSO-LEWIS WA MOUNTAIN HOME JPPSO-LEWIS WA JPPSO-LEWIS WA JPPSO-LEWIS WA JPPSO-LEWIS WA JPPSO-LEWIS WA JPPSO-LEWIS WA MOUNTAIN HOME MOUNTAIN HOME MOUNTAIN HOME

AFB ID

AFB ID AFB ID AFB ID AFB ID AFB ID AFB ID

AFB ID

AFB ID AFB ID AFB ID

ENTIRE STATE FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA

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WASCO WASHINGTON WHEELER YAMILL PENNSYLVANIA ADAMS ALLEGHENY ARMSTRONG BEAVER BEDFORD BARKS BLAIR BRADFORD BUCKS BUTLER CAMBRIA CAMERON CARBON CENTRE CHESTER CLARION CLEARFIELD CLINTON COLUMBIA CRAWFORD CUMBERLAND DAUPHIN DELAWARE ELK ERIE FAYETTE FOREST FRANKLIN FULTON GREENE HUNTINGTON INDIANA JEFFERSON JUANITA LACKAWANNA LANCASTER LAWRENCE LEBANON LEHIGH LUZERNE LYCOMING McKEAN MERCER MIFFLIN MONROE MONTGOMERY MONTOUR NORTHAMPTON NORTHNUMBERLAND

JPPSO-LEWIS WA JPPSO-LEWIS WA MOUNTAIN HOME AFB ID JPPSO-LEWIS WA

FORT FORT FORT FORT

LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS

WA WA WA WA

CARLISLE BARRACKS PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA SENECA AD NY NAV STA PHILA PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA TOBYHANNA AD PA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA NAV STA PHILA PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA NAV STA PHILA PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CARLISLE BARRACKS CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CARLISLE BARRACKS TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT PA CARLISLE BARRACKS CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CARLISEL BARRACKS PA NAV STA PHILA PA TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT PA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT PA NAV STA PHILA PA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA NAV STA PHILA PA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA

CALISLE BARRACKS CALISLE BARRACKS CALISLE BARRACKS CALISLE BARRACKS CALISLE BARRACKS INDIANTOWN GAP MIL CARLISLE BARRACKS SENECA ARMY DEPOT NY INDIANTOWN GAP MIL CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT CARLISLE BARRACKS INDIANTOWN GAP MIL CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS INDIANTOWN GAP MIL CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS INDIANTOWN GAP MIL INDIANTOWN GAP MIL CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT INDIANTOWN GAP MIL CARLISLE BARRACKS INDIANTOWN GAP MIL INDIANTOWN GAP MIL TOBBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT INDIANTOWN GAP MIL INDIANTOWN GAP MIL INDIANTOWN GAP MIL INDIANTOWN GAP MIL

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PERRY PHILADELPHIA PIKE POTTER SCHUYLKILL SNYDER SOMERSET SULLIVAN SUSQUEHANNA TIOGA UNION VENANGO WARREN WASHINGTON WAYNE WESTMORELAND WYOMING YORK RHODE ISLAND ALL COUNTIES SOUTH CAROLINA ABBEVILLE AIKEN ALLENDALE ANDERSON BAMBERG BARNWELL BEAUFORT BERKLEY CALHOUN CHARLESTON CHEROKEE CHESTER CHESTERFIELD CLARENDON COLLETON DARLINGTON DILLON DORCHESTER EDGEFIELD FAIRFIELD FLORENCE GEORGETOWN GREENVILLE GREENWOOD HAMPTON HORRY JASPER KERSHAW LANCASTER LAURENS LEE LEXINGTON McCORMICK MARION MARLBORO NEWBERRY OCONEE ORANGEBURG PICKENS RICHLAND SALUDA SPARTENBURG SUMTER UNION WILLIAMSBURG

CARLISLE BARRACKS PA NAV STA PHILA PA TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT PA SENECA ARMY DEPOT NY CARLISLE BARRACKS PA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT PA SENECA ARMY DEPOT NY CARLISLE BARRACKS PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT PA CARLISLE BARRACKS PA

CARLISLE BARRACKS INDIANTOWN GAP MIL TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT SENECA ARMY DEPOT INDIANTOWN GAP MIL CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS INDIANTOWN GAP MIL TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT SENECA ARMY DEPOT CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS CARLISLE BARRACKS TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT ARMY SPT DET, OAKDALE TOBYHANNA ARMY DEPOT CARLISLE BARRACKS

NETC NEWPORT RI

FORT DEVENS MA

FORT JACKSON SC FORT GORDON GA FORT GORDON GA FORT JACKSON SC NSC CHARLESTON SC FORT GORDON GA MCAS BEAUFORT SC NSC CHARLESTON SC FORT JACKSON SC NSC CHARLESTON SC FORT JACKSON SC FORT JACKSON SC SHAW AFB SC SHAW AFB SC NSC CHARLESTON SC SHAW AFB SC MYRTLE BEACH AFB SC NSC CHARLESTON SC FORT GORDON GA FORT JACKSON SC MYRTLE BEACH AFB SC MYRTLE BEACH AFB SC FORT JACKSON SC FORT JACKSON SC FORT GORDON GA MYRTLE BEACH AFB SC MCAS BEAUFORT SC SHAW AFB SC SHAW AFB SC FORT JACKSON SC SHAW AFB SC FORT JACKSON SC FORT GORDON GA MYRTLE BEACH AFB SC SHAW AFB SC FORT JACKSON SC FORT JACKSON SC NSC CHARLESTON SC FORT JACKSON SC FORT JACKSON SC FORT JACKSON SC FORT JACKSON SC SHAW AFB SC FORT JACKSON SC MYRTLE BEACH AFB SC

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

JACKSON GORDON GORDON JACKSON JACKSON GORDON STEWART JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON GORDON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON GORDON JACKSON STEWART JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON GORDON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON JACKSON

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YORK SOUTH DAKOTA ALL COUNTIES TENNESSEE ANDERSON BEDFORD BENTON BLEDSOE BLOUNT BRADLEY CAMPBELL CANNON CARROLL CARTER CHEATHAM CHESTER CLAIBORNE CLAY COCKE COFFEE CROCKETT CUMBERLAND DAVIDSON DECATUR DE KALB DICKSON DYER FAYETTE FENTRESS FRANKLIN GIBSON GILES GRAINGER GREENE GRUNDY HAMBLEN HAMILTON HANCOCK HARDEMAN HARDIN HAWKINS HAYWOOD HENDERSON HENRY HICKMAN HOUSTON HUMPHREYS JACKSON JEFFERSON JOHNSON KNOX LAKE LAUDERDALE LAWRENCE LEWIS LINCOLN LOUDON MCMINN MCNAIRY MACON MADISON MARION MARSHALL MAURY MEIGS MONROE MONTGOMERY MOORE MORGAN OBION OVERTON PERRY

FORT JACKSON SC

FORT JACKSON

ELLSWORTH AFB SD

FORT CARLSON CO

FORT McPHERSON GA FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT McPHERSON GA FORT CAMPBELL KY NAS MEMPHIS TN FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT CAMPBELL KY EAKER AFB AR FORT McPHERSON GA FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY EAKER AFB AR MEMPHIS TN FORT McPHERSON GA FORT CAMPBELL KY EAKER AFB AR REDSTONE ARSENAL AL FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA MEMPHIS TN REDSTONE ARSENAL AL FORT McPHERSON GA MEMPHIS TN MEMPHIS TN FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT CAMPBELL KY EAKER AFB AR REDSTONE ARSENAL AL REDSTONE ARSENAL AL REDSTONE ARSENAL AL FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA MEMPHIS TN FORT CAMPBELL KY MEMPHIS TN FORT McPHERSON GA REDSTONE ARSENAL AL REDSTONE ARSENAL AL FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT McPHERSON GA FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT McPHERSON GA FORT CAMPBELL KY

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON CAMPBELL McPHERSON CAMPBELL

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PICKETT POLK PUTNAM RHEA ROANE ROBERTSON RUTHERFORD SCOTT SEQUATCHIE SEVIER SHELBY SMITH STEWART SULLIVAN SUMNER TIPTON TROUSDALE UNICOI UNION VAN BUREN WARREN WASHINGTON WAYNE WEAKLEY WHITE WILLIAMSON WILSON TEXAS ANDERSON ANDREWS ANGELINA ARANSAS ARCHER ARMSTRONG ATASCOSA AUSTIN BAILEY BANDERA BASTROP BAYLOR BEE BELL BEXAR BIANCO BORDEN BOSQUE BOWIE BRAZORIA BRAZOS BREWSTER BRISCOE BROOKS BROWN BURLESON BURNET CALDWELL CALHOUN CALLAHAN CAMERON CAMP CARSON CASS CASTRO CHAMBERS CHEROKEE CHILDRESS CLAY COCHRAN COKE COLEMAN COLLIN COLLINGSWORTH COLORADO

FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA MEMPHIS TN FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT McPHERSON GA FORT CAMPBELL KY MEMPHIS TN FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA FORT McPHERSON GA REDSTONE ARSENAL AL FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT McPHERSON GA FORT CAMPBELL KY FORT CAMPBELL KY

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL McPHERSON CAMPBELL CAMPBELL

CARSWELL AFB TX REESE AFB TX FORT POLK LA CORPUS CHRISTI TX SHEPPARD AFB TX CANNON AFB NM SAN ANTONIO TX ELLINGTON AFB TX CANNON AFB NM SAN ANTONIO TX BERGSTROM AFB TX SHEPPARD AFB TX CORPUS CHRISTI TX FORT HOOD TX SAN ANTONIO TX SAN ANTONIO TX DYESS AFB TX FORT HOOD TX RED RIVER AD TX ELLINGTON AFB TX BERGSTROM AFB TX FORT BLISS TX REESE AFB TX CORPUS CHRISTI TX FORT HOOD TX BERGSTROM AFB TX FORT HOOD TX BERGSTROM AFB TX CORPUS CHRISTI TX DYESS AFB TX CORPUS CHRISTI TX RED RIVER AD TX CANNON AFB NM RED RIVER AD TX REESE AFB TX ELLINGTON AFB TX CARSWELL AFB TX ALTUS AFB OK SHEPPARD AFB TX REESE AFB TX GOODFELLOW AFB TX GOODFELLOW AFB TX CARSWELL AFB TX ALTUS AFB OK ELLINGTON AFB TX

FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT POLK FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT HOOD RED RIVER ARMY DEPOT FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON RED RIVER ARMY DEPOT FORT BLISS RED RIVER ARMY DEPOT FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON

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COMAL COMANCHE CONCHO COOKE CORYELL COTTLE CRANE CROCKETT CROSBY CULBERSON DALLAM DALLAS DAWSON DEAF SMITH DELTA DENTON DEWITT DICKENS DIMMITT DONLAY DUVAL EASTLAND ECTOR EDWARDS ELLIS EL PASO ERATH FALLS FANNIN FAYETTE FISHER FLOYD FOARD FORT BEND FRANKLIN FREESTONE FRIO GAINES GALVESTON GARZA GILLESPIE GLASSCOCK GOLIAD GONZALES GRAY GRAYSON GREGG GRIMES GUADALUPE HALE HALL HAMILTON HANSFORD HARDEMAN HARDIN HARRIS HARRISON HARTLEY HASKELL HAYS HEMPHILL HENDERSON HIDALGO HILL HOCKLEY HOOD HOPKINS HOUSTON HOWARD HUDSPETH HUNT HUTCHINSON IRION JACK

SAN ANTONIO TX FORT HOOD TX GOODFELLOW AFB TX CARSWELL AFB TX FORT HOOD TX REESE AFB TX GOODFELLOW AFB TX GOODFELLOW AFB TX REESE AFB TX FORT BLISS TX CANNON AFB NM CARSWELL AFB TX REESE AFB TX CANNON AFB NM CARSWELL AFB TX CARSWELL AFB TX SAN ANTONIO TX REESE AFB TX LAUGHLIN AFB TX ALTUS AFB OK SAN ANTONIO TX DYESS AFB TX GOODFELLOW AFB TX LAUGHLIN AFB TX CARSWELL AFB TX FORT BLISS TX CARSWELL AFB TX FORT HOOD TX CARSWELL AFB TX BERGSTROM AFB TX DYESS AFB TX REESE AFB TX SHEPPARD AFB TX ELLINGTON AFB TX RED RIVER AD TX CARSWELL AFB TX SAN ANTONIO TX REESE AFB TX ELLINGTON AFB TX REESE AFB TX SAN ANTONIO TX GOODFELLOW AFB TX CORPUS CHRISTI TX SAN ANTONIO TX ALTUS AFB OK CARSWELL AFB TX BARKSDALE AFB LA BERGSTROM AFB TX SAN ANTONIO TX REESE AFB TX ALTUS AFB OK FORT HOOD TX CANNON AFB NM SHEPPARD AFB TX ELLINGTON AFB TX ELLINGTON AFB TX BARKSDALE AFB LA CANNON AFB NM DYESS AFB TX SAN ANTONIO TX ALTUS AFB OK CARSWELL AFB TX CORPUS CHRISTI TX FORT HOOD TX REESE AFB TX CARSWELL AFB TX CARSWELL AFB TX ELLINGTON AFB TX DYESS AFB TX FORT BLISS TX CARSWELL AFB TX CANNON AFB NM GOODFELLOW AFB TX SHEPPARD AFB TX

FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON RED RIVER ARMY DEPOT FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT POLK FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT SILL FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT POLK FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT HOOD

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JACKSON JASPER JEFF DAVIS JEFFERSON JIM HOGG JIM WELLS JOHNSON JONES KARNES KAUFMAN KENDALL KENEDY KENT KERR KIMBLE KING KINNEY KLEBERG KNOX LAMAR LAMB LAMPASAS LA SALLE LAVACA LEE LEON LIBERTY LIMESTONE LIPSCOMB LIVE OAK LLANO LOVING LUBBOCK LYNN MCCULLOCH MCLENNAN MCMULLEN MADISON MARION MARTIN MASON MATAGORDA MAVERICK MEDINA MENARD MIDLAND MILAM MILLS MITCHELL MONTAGUE MONTGOMERY MOORE MORRIS MOTLEY NACOGDOCHES NAVARRO NEWTON NOLAN NUECES OCHILKTREE OLDHAM ORANGE PALO PINTO PANALA PARKER PARMER PECOS POLK POTTER PRESIDIO RAINS RANDALL REAGAN REAL

ELLINGTON AFB TX FORT POLK LA FORT BLISS TX ELLINGTON AFB TX FORT SAM HOUSTON TX CORPUS CHRISTI TX CARSWELL AFB TX DYESS AFB TX SAN ANTONIO TX CARSWELL AFB TX SAN ANTONIO TX CORPUS CHRISTI TX REESE AFB TX SAN ANTONIO TX GOODFELLOW AFB TX REESE AFB TX LAUGHLIN AFB TX CORPUS CHRISTI TX SHEPPARD AFB TX CARSWELL AFB TX REESE AFB TX FORT HOOD TX SAN ANTONIO TX SAN ANTONIO TX BERGSTROM AFB TX ELLINGTON AFB TX ELLINGTON AFB TX FORT HOOD TX ALTUS AFB OK CORPUS CHRISTI TX FORT HOOD TX FORT BLISS TX REESE AFB TX REESE AFB TX FORT HOOD TX FORT HOOD TX SAN ANTONIO TX ELLINGTON AFB TX BARKSDALE AFB LA REESE AFB TX FORT HOOD TX ELLINGTON AFB TX LAUGHLIN AFB TX SAN ANTONIO TX GOODFELLOW AFB TX GOODFELLOW AFB TX BERGSTROM AFB TX FORT HOOD TX DYESS AFB TX SHEPPARD AFB TX ELLINGTON AFB TX CANNON AFB NM RED RIVER AD TX REESE AFB TX FORT POLK LA CARSWELL AFB TX FORT POLK LA DYESS AFB TX CORPUS CHRISTI TX ALTUS AFB OK CANNON AFB NM FORT POLK LA CARSWELL AFB TX BARKSDALE AFB LA CARSWELL AFB TX CANNON AFB NM FORT BLISS TX ELLINGTON AFB TX CANNON AFB NM FORT BLISS TX CARSWELL AFB TX CANNON AFB NM GOODFELLOW AFB TX LAUGHLIN AFB TX

FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT POLK FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT POLK FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS RED RIVER ARMY DEPOT FORT BLISS FORT POLK FORT HOOD FORT POLK FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT POLK FORT HOOD FORT POLK FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON

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RED RIVER REEVES REFUGIO ROBERTS ROBERTSON ROCKWALL RUNNELS RUSK SABINE SAN AUGUSTINE SAN JACINTO SAN PATRICIO SAN SABA SCHLEICHER SCURRY SHACKELFORD SHELBY SHERMAN SMITH SOMERVELL STARR STEPHENS STERLING STONEWALL SUTTON SWISHER TARRANT TAYLOR TERRELL TERRY THROCKMORTON TITUS TOM GREEN TRAVIS TRINITY TYLER UPSHUR UPTON UVALDE VAL VERDE VAN ZANDT VICTORIA WALKER WALLER WARD WASHINGTON WEBB WHARTON WHEELER WICHITA WILBARGER WILLACY WILLIAMSON WILSON WINKLER WISE WOOD YOAKUM YOUNG ZAPATA ZAVALA UTAH BEAVER BOX ELDER CACHE CARBON DAGGETT DAVIS DUCHESNE EMERY GARFIELD GRAND

RED RIVER AD TX FORT BLISS TX CORPUS CHRISTI TX ALTUS AFB OK BERGSTROM AFB TX CARSWELL AFB TX GOODFELLOW AFB TX BARKSDALE AFB LA FORT POLK LA FORT POLK LA ELLINGTON AFB TX CORPUS CHRISTI TX FORT HOOD TX GOODFELLOW AFB TX DYESS AFB TX DYESS AFB TX FORT POLK LA CANNON AFB NM CARSWELL AFB TX CARSWELL AFB TX CORPUS CHRISTI TX DYESS AFB TX GOODFELLOW AFB TX DYESS AFB TX GOODFELLOW AFB TX REESE AFB TX CARSWELL AFB TX DYESS AFB TX FORT BLISS TX REESE AFB TX SHEPPARD AFB TX RED RIVER AD TX GOODFELLOW AFB TX BERGSTROM AFB TX ELLINGTON AFB TX ELLINGTON AFB TX BARKSDALE AFB LA GOODFELLOW AFB TX LAUGHLIN AFB TX LAUGHLIN AFB TX CARSWELL AFB TX CORPUS CHRISTI TX ELLINGTON AFB TX ELLINGTON AFB TX FORT BLISS TX BERGSTROM AFB TX SAN ANTONIO TX ELLINGTON AFB TX ALTUS AFB OK SHEPPARD AFB TX SHEPPARD AFB TX CORPUS CHRISTI TX BERGSTROM AFB TX SAN ANTONIO TX FORT BLISS TX CARSWELL AFB TX CARSWELL AFB TX REESE AFB TX SHEPPARD AFB TX SAN ANTONIO TX LAUGHLIN AFB TX

RED RIVER ARMY DEPOT FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT POLK FORT POLK FORT POLK FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT BLISS FORT HOOD RED RIVER ARMY DEPOT FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT POLK FORT BLISS FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT SILL FORT SILL FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT HOOD FORT BLISS FORT HOOD FORT SAM HOUSTON FORT SAM HOUSTON

NELLIS AFB NV HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB UT UT UT UT UT UT UT UT UT

ENTIRE STATE FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA

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IRON JUAB KANE MILLARD MORGAN PIUTE RICH SALT LAKE SAN JUAN SANPETE SEVIER SUMMIT TOOELE UINTAH UTAH WASATCH WASHINGTON WAYNE WEBER VERMONT ADDISON BENNINGTON CALEDONIA CHITTENDEN ESSEX FRANKLIN GRAND ISLE LAMOILLE ORANGE ORLEANS RUTLAND WASHINGTON WINDHAM WINSOR VIRGINIA ACCOMACK ALBEMARLE ALLEGHANY AMELIA AMHERST APPOMATTOX ARLINGTON AUGUSTA BATH BEDFORD BLAND BOTETOU BRUNSWICK BUCHANAN BUCKINGHAM CAMPBELL CAROLINE CARROLL CHARLES CITY CHARLOTTE CHESTERFIELD CLARKE CRAIG CULPEPPER CUMBERLAND DICKENSON DINWIDDIE ESSEX FAIRFAX FAUQUIER FLOYD FLUVANNA FRANKLIN FREDERICK GILES GLOUCESTER

HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL HILL

AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB AFB

UT UT UT UT UT UT UT UT UT UT UT UT UT UT UT UT UT UT UT

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS LEWIS

WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA WA

PLATTSBURGH AFB NY SCOTIA NY PLATTSBURG AFB NY PLATTSBURG AFB NY PLATTSBURG AFB NY PLATTSBURG AFB NY PLATTSBURG AFB NY PLATTSBURG AFB NY PLATTSBURG AFB NY PLATTSBURG AFB NY SCOTIA NY SCOTIA NY AGFL­JPPSO­MASS AFFL­JPP0SO­MASS

ENTIRE STATE FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA FORT DEVENS MA

CPPSO NORFOLK VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA LANGLEY AFB VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION JPPSO CAMERON STATION JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA LANGLEY AFB VA

VA

VA

VA VA

VA VA VA

VA

FORT STORY FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE USASCAF PENTAGON FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE USASCAF PENTAGON VINT HILL FARMS FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS FORT LEE FORT EUSTIS

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GOOCHLAND GRAYSON GREENE GREENSVILLE HALIFAX HANOVER HENRICO HENRY HIGHLAND ISLE OF WRIGHT JAMES CITY KING AND QUEEN KING GEORGE KING WILLIAM LANCASTER LEE LOUDOUN LOUISA LUNENBERG MADISON MATHEWS MECKLENBER MIDDLESEX MONTGOMERY NELSON NEW KENT NORTHAMPTON NORTHUMBERLAND NOTTOWAY ORANGE PAGE PATRICK PITTSYLVANIA POWHATAN PRINCE EDWARD PRINCE GEORGE PRINCE WILLIAM PULASKI RAPPAHANNOCK RICHMOND ROANOKE ROCKBRIDGE ROCKINGHAM RUSSELL SCOTT SHENANDOAH SMYTH SOUTHAMPTON SPOTSYLVANIA STAFFORD SURRY SUSSEX TAZEWELL WARREN WASHINGTON WESTMORELAND WISE WYTHE YORK

FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA CAMERON STATION VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA CPPSO NORFOLK VA LANGLEY AFB VA LANGLEY AFB VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION LANGLEY AFB VA LANGLEY AFB VA FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION LANGLEY AFB VA FORT LEE VA LANGLEY AFB VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA LANGLEY AFB VA CPPSO NORFOLK VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA CPPSO NORFOLK VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION JPPSO CAMERON STATION CPPSO NORFOLK VA FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA LANGLEY AFB VA

VA

VA VA

VA VA VA

VA VA VA VA VA VA VA VA VA VA

FORT LEE FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT STORY FORT EUSTIS FORT LEE USASCAF PENTAGON FORT LEE FORT EUSTIS FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS FORT LEE FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS FORT EUSTIS FORT LEE FORT EUSTIS FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT STORY FORT EUSTIS FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE USASCAF PENTAGON FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS FORT BELVOIR FORT LEE FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS FORT LEE FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS FORT LEE FORT STORY FORT BELVOIR USASCAF PENTAGON FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS FORT LEE USASCAF PENTAGON FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT EUSTIS

INDEPENDENT CITIES--STATE OF VIRGINIA ALEXANDRIA BEDFORD BRISTOL BUENA VISTA CHARLOTTESVILLE CHESAPEAKE CLIFTON FORGE COLONIAL HEIGHTS COVINGTON DANVILLE EMPORIA FAIRFAX FALLS CHURCH JPPSO CAMERON STATION VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA CPPSO NORFOLK VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION VA USASCAF PENTAGON FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE USASCAF PENTAGON USASCAF PENTAGON

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FRANKLIN FREDERICKSBURG GALAX HAMPTON HARRISONBURG HOPEWELL LEXINGTON LYNCHBURG MANASSAS MANASSAS PARK MARTINSVILLE NEWPORT NEWS NORFOLK NORTON PETERSBURG POQUOSON PORTSMOUTH RADFORD RICHMOND ROANOKE SALEM SOUTH BOSTON STAUNTON SUFFOLK VIRGINIA BEACH WAYNESBORO WILLIAMSBURG WINCHESTER WASHINGTON ADAMS ASOTIN BENTON CHELAN CLALLAM CLARK COLUMBIA COWLITZ DOUGLAS FERRY FRANKLIN GARFIELD GRANT GRAYS HARBOR ISLAND JEFFERSON KING KITSAP KITTITAS KLICKITAT LEWIS LINCOLN MASON OKANOGAN PACIFIC PEND OREILLE PIERCE SAN JUAN SKAGIT SKAMANIA SNOHOMISH SPOKANE STEVENS THURSTON WAHKIAKUM WALLA WALLA WHATCOM WHITMAN YAKIMA WEST VIRGINIA BARBOUR

CPPSO NORFOLK VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA LANGLEY AFB VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION JPPSO CAMERON STATION FORT LEE VA LANGLEY AFB VA CPPSO NORFOLK VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA CPPSO NORFOLK VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA FORT LEE VA CPPSO NORFOLK VA CPPSO NORFOLK VA FORT LEE VA LANGLEY AFB VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION

VA VA

VA VA

VA

FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS FORT LEE FORT EUSTIS VINT HILL FARMS FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS FORT MONROE FORT EUSTIS FORT STORY FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT EUSTIS FORT STORY FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT LEE FORT STORY FORT STORY FORT LEE FORT EUSTIS VINT HILL FARMS

FAIRCHILD AFB WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA JPPSO LEWIS WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA NSC PUGET SOUND WA JPPSO LEWIS WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA JPPSO LEWIS WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA NSC PUGET SOUND WA NAS WHIDBEY ISLAND WA NSC PUGET SOUND WA JPPSO LEWIS WA NSC PUGET SOUND WA JPPSO LEWIS WA JPPSO LEWIS WA JPPSO LEWIS WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA NSC PUGET SOUND WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA NSC PUGET SOUND WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA JPPSO LEWIS WA NAS WHIDBEY ISLAND WA NAS WHIDBEY ISLAND WA JPPSO LEWIS WA NAS WHIDBEY ISLAND WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA JPPSO LEWIS WA JPPSO LEWIS WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA NAS WHIDBEY ISLAND WA FAIRCHILD AFB WA JPPSO LEWIS WA

ENTIRE STATE FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA FORT LEWIS WA

CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA

VINT HILL FARMS

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BERKELEY BOONE BRAXTON BROOKE CABELL CALHOUN CLAY DODDRIDGE FAYETTE GLIMAR GRANT GRENBRIER HAMPSHIRE HANCOCK HARDY HARRISON JACKSON JEFFERSON KANAWHA LEWIS LINCOLN LOGAN McDOWELL MARION MARSHALL MASON MERCER MINERAL MINGO MONONGALIA MONROE MORGAN NICHOLAS OHIO PENDLETON PLEASANTS POCAHONTAS PRESTON PUTNAM RALEIGH RANDOLPH RITCHIE ROANE

FORT DETRICK MD CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA JPPSO CAMERON STATION CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA JPPSO CAMERON STATION CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA FORT DETRICK MD CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA FORT LEE VA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA FORT LEE VA JPPSO CAMERON STATION CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA FORT LEE VA FORT DETRICK MD CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA JPPSO CAMERON STATION CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA JPPSO CAMERON STATION CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA JPPSO CAMERON STATION CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA

FORT DETRICK VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VA VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VA VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS FORT DETRICK VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS FORT LEE FORT DETRICK VINT HILL FARMS VA VA VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VA VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS

VA

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SUMMERS TAYLOR TUCKER TYLER UPSHUR WAYNE WEBSTER WETZEL WIRT WOOD WYOMING WISCONSIN ADAMS ASHLAND BARRON BAYFIELD BROWN BUFFALO BURNETT CALUMET CHIPPEWA CLARK COLUMBIA CRAWFORD DANE DODGE DOOR DOUGLAS DUNN EAU CLAIRE FLORENCE FOND DU LAC FOREST GRANT GREEN GREEN LAKE IOWA IRON JACKSON JEFFERSON JUNEAU KENOSHA KEWAUNEE LA CROSSE LAFAYETTE LANGLADE LINCOLN MANITOWOC MARATHON MARINETTE MARQUETTE MENOMINEE MILWAUKEE MONROE OCONTO

FORT LEE VA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA JPPSO CAMERON STATION VA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA JPPSO CAMERON STATION VA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA CHARLES E. KELLEY SUP FAC, OAKDALE PA

FORT LEE VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS VINT HILL FARMS

NTC GREAT LAKES IL K.I. SAWYER AFB MI USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA FORT SNELLING, MN USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA FORT SNELLING, MN NTC GREAT LAKES IL USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA FORT SNELLING, MN USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA FORT SNELLING, MN NTC GREAT LAKES IL USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA FORT SNELLING, MN USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA FORT SNELLING, MN NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA FORT SNELLING, MN USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA FORT SNELLING, MN USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA FORT SNELLING, MN K.I. SAWYER AFB MI NTC GREAT LAKES IL K.I. SAWYER AFB MI NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL K.I. SAWYER AFB MI NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL K.I. SAWYER AFB MI NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL TO

ENTIRE STATE FORT McKOY FORT McKOY FORT McKOY TO FORT McKOY FORT McKOY TO FORT McKOY TO FORT McKOY FORT McKOY TO FORT McKOY TO FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT TO FORT McKOY TO FORT McKOY TO FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY

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Table D­1 List of installations responsible for household goods--Continued

COUNTY HHG ORDERS

ONEIDA OUTAGAMIE OZAUKEE PEPIN PIERCE POLK PORTAGE PRICE RACINE RICHLAND ROCK RUSK ST. CROIX SAUK SAWYER SHAWANO SHEBOYGAN TAYLOR TREMPEALEAU VERNON VILAS WALWORTH WASHBURN WASHINGTON WAUKESHA WAUPACA WAUSHARA WINNEBAGO WOOD WYOMING

K.I. SAWYER AFB MI NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA NTC GREAT LAKES IL K.I. SAWYER AFB MI NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA NTC GREAT LAKES IL USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL K.I. SAWYER AFB MI NTC GREAT LAKES IL USA MINN, ST PAUL AREA NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL NTC GREAT LAKES IL

TO FORT SNELLING, MN TO FORT SNELLING, MN TO FORT SNELLING, MN

TO FORT SNELLING, MN TO FORT SNELLING, MN TO FORT SNELLING, MN TO FORT SNELLING, MN

TO FORT SNELLING, MN

FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT FORT

McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY McKOY

ENTIRE STATE FORT CARSON CO PUERTO RICO ALL MUNICIPALITIES NAV STA ROOSEVELT ROADS PR FORT BUCHANNON

DOMINION OF CANADA (FOR PERSONNEL ASSIGNED/ATTACHED TO US­CANADIAN FORCES EXCHANGE PROGRAM) ALBERTA BRITISH COLUMBIA LABRADOR MANITOBA NEW BRUNSWICK & PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND NEWFOUNDLAND NOVA SCOTIA ONTARIO­NORTH BAY TORONTO AND ALL POINTS EAST WEST OF TORONTO & SO OF 45 DEGREE LAT QUEBEC--QUEBEC CITY & PTS EAST (EXCEPT DET 3, 425 MMS CFB BAGOTVILLE) SASKATCHEWAN MALMSTROM AFB MT NAS WHIDBEY ISLAND WA GOOSE BAY IAF LABRADOR GRAND FORDS AFB ND LORING AFB ME NAV FAC ARGENTINA CA LORING AFB ME DET 22 ADCOS CANADIAN FORCE BASE, ONTARIO CA PLATTSBURGH AFB NY USA TARCOM SPT ACT SELFRIDGE ANGB MI ENTIRE DOMINION FORT DRUM FORT DRUM FORT DRUM FORT DRUM FORT DRUM FORT DRUM FORT DRUM FORT DRUM FORT DRUM

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FORT DRUM FORT DRUM

Appendix E Listing of Official International Airports in the United States

The following list contains international airports (Designated International Airports of Entry and Landing Rights Airports) officially recognized by the Federal Aviation Administration. In addition to the designated international airports below, there are a number of airports in the United States that contain the word " International" within their names but are not officially so designated. However, without the official recognition, these airports have no international 78

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Lawrence Municipal New Bedford Municipal Barnes Municipal Worcester Municipal Gulfport Michigan Phelps Collins W.K. Kellogg Regional James Clements Municipal Detroit City Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Flint Bishop Int'l Kent County Int'l Kalamazoo Municipal Marquette County Muskegon County River Tower St. Clair County Int'l Tri-City Chippewa County Int'l Sault Ste. Marie Municipal Minnesota Baudette Int'l Scotts SPB Duluth Int'l Sky Harbor Ely Municipal Sandy Point SPB Devils Track Municipal Falls Int'l Minneapolis--St.Paul Int'l Piney Pinecreek Border Int'l SPB St. Paul Downtown Holman Field Warroad Int'l SPB Warroad Int'l Swede Carlson Field Mississippi Gulfport Biloxi Regional Jackson County Vicksburg Municipal Missouri Kansas City Int'l Kansas City Downtown Springfield Regional Lambert--St.Louis Int'l Spirit of St. Louis Montana Billings Logan Int'l Bert Mooney Cut Bank Municipal Glasgow Int'l Great Falls Int'l Havre City-County Glacier Park Int'l Missoula Morgan Whetstone Scobey Border Station; E. Poplar Int'l Ross Int'l Nebraska Eppley Airfield Nevada McCarran Int'l Cannon Int'l

New Hampshire Manchester/Grenier Industrial New Jersey Newark Int'l Teterboro New Mexico Albuquerque Int'l Crawford New York Albany County Greater Buffalo Int'l Republic Aviation MacArthur Richards Field John F. Kennedy Int'l La Guardia Stewart Niagara Falls Int'l Ogdensburg Int'l Ogdensburg Harbor Rochester Monroe County Mayers Marina Rouses point SPB Schenectady County Syracuse Hancock Int'l Watertown New York Int'l Westchester County North Carolina Charlotte/Douglas Municipal Greensboro-Highpoint-Winston Salem Regional Raleigh-Durham New Hanover County Smith Reynolds North Dakota Int'l Peace Garden Grand Forks Int'l Minot Int'l Border Int'l Pembina Municipal Portal Municipal Sloulin Field Int'l Ohio Akron-Canton Akron/Fulton Municipal Cin. Muni. Lunken Field Greater Cincinnati Int'l Cleveland Hopkins Int'l Burke Lakefront Port Columbus Int'l James M. Cox Dayton Int'l Griffing Sandusky Toledo Express Oklahoma Will Rogers World Tulsa Int'l Oregon Portland Int'l Pennsylvania Erie Int'l Harrisburg Int'l-Olmstead Field

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Jefferson County Int'l Renton Municipal Will Rogers Wiley Post SPB King County Int'l (Boeing Field) Kenmoe Air Harbor Kurtzers Flying Service Co. SPB Lake Union Air Service Seattle-Tacoma Int'l Felts Field Spokane Int'l Tacoma Int'l West Virginia Yeager Tri-State/Walker-Long Field Wisconsin Austin Straubel Field General Mitchell Field Horlick-Racine Wyoming Natrona County Int'l

Appendix F Personnel Assistance Points

PERSCOM operates four personnel assistance points at the international airports listed below to assist in-transit soldiers, their family members and DoD civilians.

Table F­1 Personnel Assistance Points Charleston PAP Areas of Responsibility: Charleston IAP Charleston AFB Atlanta IAP Miami IAP Telephone Numbers: 1-800-554-3210 (803) 566-5807 DSN 673-5806 FAX 673-5805 Address: Commander, PERSCOM Personnel Assistance Point Charleston International Airport Charleston, SC 29404 John F. Kennedy PAP Areas of Responsibility: JFK IAP Logan IAP (Boston) Newark, IAP (New Jersey) Telephone Numbers: 1-800-227-8890 (718) 244-1096 DSN 232-4304 FAX (718) 656-6225 Address: Commander, PERSCOM Personnel Assistance Point JFK International Airport, Delta Flight Center New York, NY 11430-1972 Philadelphia PAP Areas of Responsibility: Philadelphia IAP Washington-Dulles IAP Washington-National IAP Baltimore-Washington IAP

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Table F­1 Personnel Assistance Points--Continued Telephone Numbers: 1-800-443-0355 (215) 897-5646 DSN 443-5646 FAX (215) 897-5686 Address: Commander, PERSCOM Personnel Assistance Point Philadelphia International Airport, Terminal D Philadelphia, PA 19153 St. Louis PAP Areas of Responsibility: Lambert - St. Louis IAP Chicago O'Hare IAP Dallas - Ft. Worth IAP Minneapolis - St. Paul IAP Seattle - Tacoma IAP Los Angeles IAP San Francisco IAP Portland, OR Telephone Numbers: 1-800-325-1680 (314) 263-6253 DSN 693-6253 / 6254 FAX 693-6247 Address: Commander, PERSCOM Personnel Assistance Point Lambert St. Louis International Airport St. Louis, MO 63145-0305

Notes: The Seattle PAP closed as of 1 October 1992 and the Washington-Dulles PAP closed as of 1 October 1993.

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Appendix G Overseas Tour Lengths for U.S. Service Members (Table G-1) per DoD Directive 1315.7 (other than the Defense Attache System)

Table G­1 U.S. Soldiers Oversea Tour Lengths

Country or Area Tours in Months Accompanied Unaccompanied

ALASKA (except as indicated)(note 1) Adak (see note 4) Marine Barracks Fort Greely Clear, Galena, King Salmon, and Shemya AMERICAN SAMOA ARGENTINA ASCENSION ISLAND AUSTRALIA (except as indicated) Alice Springs, and Woomera Exmouth AUSTRIA BAHAMAS, THE (as indicated) Andros Island BAHRAIN BELGIUM (except as indicated) Bertrix Florennes BELIZE BENIN BERMUDA BOLIVIA BOTSWANA BRAZIL BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRITORY (as indicated) Diego Garcia CAMBODIA CANADA (except as indicated) Argentia, Newfoundland Goose Bay, Labrador CHAD CHILE COLUMBIA COSTA RICA CUBA (as indicated) Guantanamo Bay Marine Barracks CYPRUS (except as indicated) Akrotiri DENMARK (except as indicated) Greenland (Kalaallit Nunaat) DOMINICAN REPUBLIC EGYPT (except as indicated) Sinai EL SALVADOR FRANCE GERMANY (except as indicated) Donaueschingen GIBRALTER GREECE (except as indicated) Parnis and Patras Crete (except as indicated) Souda Bay Thessaloniki Araxos, Argyroupolis, Drama, Elefsis, Horiatis, Levkas, Perivolaki, Yeannitsa GUAM (as indicated) Navy Personnel Army and Air Force Personnel GUATEMALA

36 NA 24 24 NA NA 36 24 36 24 24 36 24 24 36 NA 24 24 24 36 24 24 36 NA NA 36 24 24 24 36 24 36 30 24 24 24 36 NA 36 24 NA NA 36 36 24 36 36 30 24 NA 24 NA

36 12 12 12 12 12 24 12 24 15 24 24 24 12 24 12 12 12 12 24 18 12 24 12 12 24 18 12 12 24 18 24 18 12 18 12 24 12 24 18 12 12 24 24 12 24 24 18 18 12 15 12

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Table G­1 U.S. Soldiers Oversea Tour Lengths--Continued

Country or Area Tours in Months Accompanied Unaccompanied

HAWAII (except as indicated) (note 2) Kauai Pohakuloa Training Area HONDURAS HONG KONG, B.C.C. INDIA ICELAND (except as indicated) Marine Barracks, Air Force and Army Hofn INDONESIA ISRAEL ITALY (except as indicated) Ghedi, Martina Franca, Mt. Corna, Mt. Verda, and Rimini Mt. Vergine and Crotone Sardinia (as indicated) La Maddalena Decimomannu Air Base Sicily (as indicated) Sigonella Comiso JAMAICA JAPAN (secept as indicated) Akizuki Kure Ie Shima, Okuma, and Seburiyama Ryukyu Islands (except as indicated) MCAS Futema and MCB Butler Kuma Shima JOHNSTON ATOLL JORDAN (except as indicated) Amman KENYA (as indicated) Nairobi Mombassa KOREA (except as indicated)(note 3) Camp Carroll, Camp Humphreys, Camp Market, Camp Red Cloud, Camp Walker, Chinhae, Hialeah, K--2 AB, Kimhae, Osan AB, Punsan, Pyongtaek, Seoul, Suwon, Taegu, Yongsan KUWAIT LAOS LIBERIA MALAYSIA MEXICO MIDWAY ISLANDS MOROCCO (except as indicated) Casablanca Errachidia NETHERLANDS (except as indicated) Aruba in the Netherlands, Antilles NEW ZEALAND NICARAGUA NIGER NORWAY OMAN PAKISTAN PANAMA (except as indicated) Galeta Island Fort Sherman (see note 5) PARAGUAY PERU PHILIPPINES (except as indicated) Jusmaag Manila and the Marine Barracks Gosaar City and Wallace Air Station PORTUGAL (except as indicated) Azores Islands PUERTO RICO (except as indicated)

36 30 24 24 36 24 30 24 NA 24 24 36 24 24 24 24 36 24 24 36 24 NA 36 36 NA NA 24 24 36 24 NA 24

36 18 18 18 24 12 18 12 12 12 12 24 18 15 24 15 24 12 12 24 12 12 24 12 12 12 12 18 24 12 12 12

24 NA 24 36 24 NA 24 24 NA 36 24 36 24 24 36 24 24 36 24 24 24 30 24 24 NA 36 24 36

12 12 18 24 18 12 15 12 12 24 18 24 18 12 24 12 18 24 18 12 18 18 12 18 12 24 15 24

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Table G­1 U.S. Soldiers Oversea Tour Lengths--Continued

Country or Area Tours in Months Accompanied Unaccompanied

Caguas, Juana, Ponce (Ft Allen), Yauco, Isabela Vieques Island QATAR SAAIPAN SAUDI ARABIA SEYCHELLES (Mahe Island) SINGAPORE SOMALIA SPAIN (except as indicated) Acoy, Constantina, Elizondo, Rosas, and Villatobos El Ferrol Sonseca Moran AB Villatobas Santiago Balearic Islands and Gorremandi Adamuz, Ciudal Real, Estaca DeVares SUDAN THAILAND (except as indicated) Chiang Mai Tunisia TURKEY (except as indicated) Elmadag, Karatas, and Malatya Balikesir, Cakmakli, Corlu, Erhac, Eskisher, Ezururum, Istanbul, Izmmit, Murted, Oratakoy, Iskendrum, Pirinclik, Sahihtepe, Sinop, and Yumurttalik UNITED ARAB EMIRATES UNITED KINGDOM (except as indicated) RAF Machrihanish (Scotland) and RAF Flyingdales UPPER VOLTA URAGUAY U.S. TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC ISLANDS (Micronesia) (as indicated) Northern Marianas (Saipan) Marshall Islands Enewetak Atoll Kwajalein Atoll VENEZUELA VIETNAM VIRGIN ISLANDS WAKE ISLAND WEST INDIES (as indicated) Antigua and Barbados Anguilla St Lucia YUGOSLAVIA ZAIRE

36 NA 24 24 24 24 36 24 36 30 24 24 24 30 NA NA NA 24 36 24 24 24 24 NA

18 12 12 12 12 12 24 12 24 18 24 18 15 18 18 15 12 12 24 18 18 15 12 12

24 36 24 24 36

12 24 18 12 24

24 24 NA 24 24 NA 36 NA 36 24 NA 24 24

12 12 12 18 18 12 24 12 24 18 12 18 12

Legend for Table G-1: Reference: DoD DIR 1315.7 Military Personnel Assignments 1. See para E.1.b for tour length policies for Alaska. 2. See para E.1.b for tour length policies for Hawaii. Not all members are eligible to serve an accompanied tour. Eligibility is controlled by U.S. Forces Korea. Those not eligible to serve an accompanied tour shall be considered to be serving a dependent restricted tour. 4. Adak, Alaska tour length was changed per HQDA message 102142Z AUG 93. 5. Fort Sherman, Atlantic Community, Panama tour length was changed on 1 September 1993.

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Appendix H Management Control Evaluation Checklist

H­1. Function The function covered by this checklist is clearance requirements and procedures for official temporary duty travel outside CONUS. H­2. Purpose The purpose of this checklist is to assist MACOM, Division, and Installation OCONUS TDY Travel Clearance Managers in evaluating their key management controls. It is not intended to cover all controls. H­3. Instructions Answers must be based on the actual testing of key management controls such as document analysis, direct observation, interviewing, sampling, and simulation. Answers that indicate deficiencies must be explained and corrective action indicated in supporting documentation. These management controls must be evaluated at least once every 5 years. Certification that this evaluation has been conducted must be accomplished on DA Form 11­2R (Management Control Evaluation Certification Statement). H­4. Test questions a. Are requests for OCONUS TDY travel screened in accordance with the DoD Foreign Clearance Guide (DoD 4500.54­G) to determine whether an overseas travel clearance is required or not required? b. Are country/area/theater clearance requests prepared and sent to the appropriate overseas command for approval at least 30 days prior to a projected OCONUS TDY travel date? c. Do travel clearance managers immediately notify the Office Under Secretary of Defense (Policy), OUSD(P), when their traveler's itinerary involves contacts or meetings with foreign government officials to discuss matters of foreign policy or if the traveler(s) require briefings/support from U.S. Embassy or consular personnel? d. If an OCONUS TDY traveler will be traveling to or through high physical threat countries listed in the latest DA Force Protection Travel Advisory message from HQDA ODCSOPS, has the traveler received a pre-travel security briefing from the command security manager? H­5. Supersession This checklist replaces the checklist for AR 1­40, Clearance Requirements and Procedures for Official Temporary Duty Travel Outside the Continental United States, previously published in DA Circular 11­93­2. H­6. Comments Help make this a better tool for evaluating management controls. Submit comments to Commander, PERSCOM, 200 Stovall St., ATTN: TAPC­MOT, Alexandria, VA 22332­0433.

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Glossary

Section I Abbreviations ADT active duty for training AMC Air Mobility Command APOD aerial port of debarkation APOE aerial port of embarkation ARNG Army National Guard CONUS continental United States COT consecutive overseas tour DA Department of the Army DAO Defense Attache Office DCSLOG Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics DCSPER Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel DEROS date eligible for return from overseas DIA Defense Intelligence Agency DOB date of birth DoD Department of Defense DODDS Department of Defense Dependent Schools DOS Department of State DSN Defense Switched Network EFMP Exceptional Family Member Program FCG Foreign Clearance Guide FCP Family Care Plan FORSCOM Forces Command

HQDA Headquarters, Department of the Army HHG household goods IADT initial active duty for training ID identification IPCOT in place consecutive overseas tour ITO installation transportation office JFTR Joint Federal Travel Regulations MAAG Military assistance advisory group MAC Military Airlift Command MACOM major Army Command MDC movement designator code MI middle initial MPRJ Military Personnel Records Jacket MSC Military Sealift Command MTA MAC Transportation Authorization MTMC Military Traffic Management Command NCO noncommissioned officer NSA National Security Agency OCONUS outside the continental United States ODC Offices of Defense Cooperation OMA Operations and Maintenance, Army OUSD(P) Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy PAP personnel assistance point

PCS permanent change of station PDS permanent duty station PDTATAC Per Diem, Travel and Transportation Allowance Committee PERSCOM U.S. Total Army Personnel Command PFR personnel financial record POC point of contact POV privately owned vehicle PSC Personnel Service Center SSN Social Security Number TBD to be determined TDY temporary duty TO transportation office UB unaccompanied baggage USAR United States Army Reserve USAREUR United States Army, Europe, and Seventh Army USDAO U.S. Defense Attaches Office Section II Terms For terms used in this regulation, the definitions in JFTR, volume 1, appendix A apply unless otherwise stated. Accompanied Tour Length The longest tour length prescribed according to DoD Directive 1315.7 for a specific overseas area or duty station where commandsponsored dependents are authorized. Also referred to as the accompanied-by-dependents tour length. Accredited Institution A school recognized by the Secretary of Education and listed in the " Directory of Post Secondary Institutions", Volume I (4 year) and Volume II (2 year), published by the Center for Education Statistics.

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Acquired Dependent (same as Acquired Family Member) A soldier's family member acquired through marriage, adoption, or other action during the course of a soldier's current tour of assigned duty. The term does not include persons dependent on the soldier or children born of a marriage that existed prior to commencement of the soldier's current oversea tour. Aerial Port of Debarkation The destination of oversea airlift missions. Aerial Port of Embarkation The origin of oversea airlift missions. Air Mobility Command (AMC) As referred to in this regulation, the former Military Airlift Command (MAC). Availability window A period of time during which Air Mobility Command is given first opportunity to provide airlift for travel of Army sponsored travelers. The period of time may differ based on the type of travel. For example, for dependent student travelers, a one day window will be used for students visiting the sponsor for 30 days or less. A three day window will be used for students visiting the sponsor for over 30 days. Close blood and affinitive relatives A permanent member of, and a resident in, a soldier's household who is dependent on the sponsor for a home. This does not apply to a legal dependent. However, when a dependent loses identity as a dependent, such as attaining the age of 21 when the dependent does not qualify for dependent student travel under paragraph 4-2, he or she will be considered a close blood or affinitive relative if the provisions of this definition are met. Command sponsored dependent (same as command sponsored family member) Family member(s) residing with the soldier at a location outside CONUS, where the " accompanied tour"is authorized and the soldier is authorized to serve that tour, and where the family members meet the following conditions-- a. The family member is entitled to travel to the soldier's duty station at Government expense incident to the PCS orders. b. The family member is authorized by the appropriate authority to be at the soldier's duty station. c. As a result of their residence in the vicinity of the soldier's duty station, the family member(s) entitle the soldier to station allowances at the with-dependents rate. Commercial air Airline service which is not chartered, contracted, or operated by AMC. Concurrent Travel a. Category 1. Automatic concurrent

travel can be authorized by losing installation, except for soldiers in the Exceptional Family Members Program. b. Category 2. DA Form 4787­R must be sent to overseas commander for approval. Consecutive Overseas Tour The PCS reassignment of a soldier from one overseas PDS to another overseas PDS, regardless of whether it is within the same country or inter or intertheater. Completion of the initial overseas tour is not essential. (Exception to the PCS requirement is when the soldier serves an in-place consecutive overseas tour). Continental United States (CONUS) The 48 contiguous States and the District of Columbia. Country clearance Clearance granted by the foreign authorities (through American embassies, USDAO, ODC, MAAG, and others) for official travel to that country. Dependent (same as family member) See the definition of dependent in the JFTR, Volume 1, Appendix A. Dependent Restricted Tour An overseas PDS with an established tour that does not permit command sponsored family members. Designated location A authorized location in the United States, Alaska, Hawaii, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or a possession or territory of the United States named by the soldier as the place where the soldier's family members will establish a residence until further Government transportation of family members is authorized. OCONUS designated locations must be authorized as specified by chapter 2 of this regulation. Domicile For the purposes of emergency leave travel, domicile is the soldier's official home of record, place the soldier entered active duty, or the soldier's permanent legal residence. The soldier has the option to select his or her domicile based on official documentation. Effective date of PCS orders For soldiers being separated or retired (not including reservists being separated and recalled retired soldiers who continue in an active status during the time allowed for return travel home) the date for determining entitlement to travel and transportation allowances (authorized weight of household goods, eligibility for travel of family members, and so on) is the last day of active duty (JFTR, app A). For other soldiers, it is the date a soldier is required to begin travel from the old permanent duty station, the soldier's home or place from which called (or ordered) to active duty, the last temporary duty station, or the designated place, whichever applies, in

order to arrive at the new permanent duty station, home, or place from which called (or ordered) to active duty, on the date authorized by the mode of transportation authorized and or used (see para 5­3). Family member For the purpose of travel authorizations in this regulation (unless otherwise stated), the definition of family member is the same as " dependent" defined by app A, JFTR. Flight categories (Military Airlift) a. Category B. Movement of passengers in planeload lots on U.S. commercial aircraft chartered by AMC. b. Category M. Movement of passengers on military aircraft, normally operating between military air terminals. c. Category Y. Movement of passengers in less than planeload lots on U.S. flag carriers' scheduled commercial flights, (for example, seats procured by AMC). d. Category Z. Movement of passengers on U.S. flag carriers regularly scheduled commercial flights (economy class) performed under Category Z tariff rates. Foreign flag service Any non-United States flag/certified carrier. Full-time student A student who attends undergraduate school a minimum of 12 equivalent semester hours, or meets the minimum requirements of the school to maintain a full time status. Home-of-record The place recorded as the home of the soldier when commissioned, appointed, enlisted, inducted, or ordered into the relevant tour or active duty. The place recorded as the home of the soldier when reinstated, reappointed, or reenlisted remains the same as that recorded when commissioned, appointed, enlisted or inducted or ordered into the relevant tour of active duty unless there is a break in service of more than one full day. Only if a break in service exceeds one full day, can the home of record be changed by the soldier. Travel and transportation allowances are based on the officially corrected recording in those instances when, through a bona fide error, the place originally named at time of current entry into the Service was not in fact the actual home. Any such correction must be fully justified and the home, as corrected, must be the actual home of the member upon entering the Service, and not a different place selected for the soldier's convenience. An officer who received a commission or warrant from an enlisted grade or was called to active duty as an officer while serving as an enlisted soldier and erroneously designated the place where then serving as the home may be paid allowances to the home of record in the enlistment papers upon subsequent separation from the Service or release from active duty, provided the soldier certifies he or she erroneously designated a duty station or a

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nearby place as the home at time of commission whereas the home was in fact the place shown in the enlistment papers. In place consecutive overseas tour When, upon completion of his or her initial overseas tour, to include voluntary extensions, the soldier serves another complete tour at the same duty station. No PCS movement is involved. Installation commander See JFTR, volume 1, appendix A for definition of an " installation". International airport Designated U.S. International Airports are listed in appendix E of this regulation and appendix 1 of the Federal Aviation Administration's Advisory Circular No: 150/5000-5B, which may be periodically updated. MAAG A joint Service group, normally under the military commander of a unified command and representing the Secretary of Defense, which primarily administers the U.S. military assistance planning and programming in the host country. Noncommand sponsored dependent (family member) Family member(s) residing with the soldier at a location outside CONUS, where the " accompanied" tour may or may not be authorized for the soldier. These family members are not entitled to travel to and from the soldier's overseas duty station at Government expense nor is the soldier entitled to station allowances at the " with dependents" rate. This family member may either be an " acquired dependent" or may enter the command without endorsement of the appropriate authority. Nonconcurrent travel Family member travel performed from a designated place or PDS within 140 days after the soldier's arrival in the oversea area. Official travel Authorized travel and assignment solely in connection with business of the Department of Defense or the Government. See Joint Federal Travel Regulations, para U2000 (Or Joint Travel Regulations, Volume 2 for DoD civilians). Oversea MACOM commander The senior Army commander in each oversea command. Passport Internationally recognized travel document issued under the authority of the Secretary of State attesting to the identity and nationality of the bearer. A passport indicates that its bearer is entitled to receive the protection and assistance of the diplomatic and consular offices of their country while abroad. In essence, it is a request on the part of the

issuing government that officials of foreign governments permit the bearer to travel or sojourn in their territories and afford them lawful aid and protection. A passport does not constitute authority to enter any country; however, many countries have procedures which permit U.S. citizens to enter their territory without further documentation upon presentation of a U.S. passport. Personnel clearances One or more of the three types of clearance special area, country, and theater - required for personnel travel into a country. Port call Official notification or instructions which require a soldier or dependents to report for transoceanic transportation. The port call designates the aerial or sea port of embarkation, identifies the carrier with flight number or sailing assignment, specifies the required reporting time and date, and provides such other instructions as are relevant to the transportation arrangements made on behalf of the traveler(s). Soldier U.S. Army officers, warrant officers, and enlisted personnel. Special area clearance Clearance granted by the Department of State and the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy (through SECDEF/USDP:ADMIN and service headquarters/agencies) for official travel to countries designated as " Special Areas" by the Department of State. Sponsor A soldier responsible for his or her family members or close blood or affinitive relatives. Statement of nonavailability A statement from the ITO office authorizing a sponsor to personally procure commercial transportation in the event AMC transportation is not available or in the event a U.S. Flag carrier is not available. Theater clearance Clearance granted by the Unified Command (through component commanders or other designated authority) for official travel to military installations (headquarters and subordinate elements) within the geographical area of responsibility (theater) of the unified command. Travel approval official or travel approval authority Major Army commanders and Army staff agency heads or their designated representatives at the Colonel (O­6) level. Normally, the travel approval official is the approving official of the DD Form 1610 (block 18). Further delegation of approval authority below the Colonel (O­6) level is not authorized.

Travel authorization A written instrument issued or approved by the Secretary of the Army, or such person(s) to whom authority has been delegated or redelegated to issue travel orders, directing a soldier or group of soldiers (and or soldier's family members) to travel between designated points. Travel clearance function The process of determining the requirements for OCONUS travel as set forth in the DoD FCG (DoD 4500.54­G), Army regulations, and MACOM and local policies, and ensuring the applicants for OCONUS travel meet those requirements. The function is performed by travel clearance managers. Travel clearance manager An individual appointed on orders to perform the travel clearance function of OCONUS TDY travel. (See chap 8) Unaccompanied baggage Baggage which can be shipped in conjunction with the traveler to the authorized destination, but will not accompany the traveler. Unaccompanied tour The tour length that is authorized at a specific overseas area or duty station for soldiers who are not accompanied by command-sponsored family members. Unified Command A command with a broad continuing mission under a single commander and composed of significant assigned components of two or more Services, and which is established and so designated by the President, through the Secretary of Defense, or when so authorized by the Joint Chiefs of Staff, by a commander of an existing unified command established by the President. United States The 50 states and the District of Columbia. Ward A person placed by authority of law under the temporary care of a guardian. With dependents tour See " accompanied tour" length as defined above. Section III Special Abbreviations and Terms There are on entries in this section.

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This index is organized alphabetically by subtopic within topic. Topics and subtopics are identified by paragraph number. Accompanied tour, 2­5, 2­6, 2­10, 5­5 Acquired family member, 1­15, 2­10 Application for travel, acquired family member, 5­3 concurrent travel of family members, 2­11 deferred travel of family members, 2­11 designated place move of family members, 2­8, 2­12 early return of family members from overseas, 5­8,5­9, 5­10 emergency leave travel, 7­1 escort travel, soldier as escort, 6­2 escort travel as non-medical attendant, 6­3, 6­4 port call request, 3­2 student travel program, 4­3 TDY overseas travel, 8­5 Briefing soldiers, overseas PCS travel, 1­10, 2­1, 2­2,2­3, 2­4, 2­5 port call office, 3­4 TDY overseas travel, 8­6 Concurrent travel, 1­9, 2­2, 2­11, C­1 Consecutive overseas tour, 5­7 Country clearance, 8­2, 8­6 Custody, 1­10, 4­2 Deferred travel, 2­3, 6­3, C­2 Delegation of approval authority, appendix B Designated place move, 2­4, 2­7, 2­8,2­12 Effective date of PCS orders, 5­3 Exceptional family member program, 2­20 Emergency leave travel, 7­1, tables 7­1 thru7­5 Escort travel, 6­2, 6­3, 6­4 Family separation allowance, 2­3 Full­time student, 4­2 In-place consecutive overseas tour, 2­7, 2­8,2­10, 5­7, 5­8 Immigration, 2­17 Medical documentation requirements, 1­17, 2­15,8­4 Naturalization of alien family members, 2­17 Nonconcurrent travel, 2­12, 3­2, C­3 Nonavailability statements, 4­4, 6­1, C­4, C­8 Passports, 2­16, 8­7 Port call cancellations, 3­5 Port call requests, 3­2, 4­3 Port call offices, 3­4 Special area clearance, 8­6 Student travel, 4­1, 4­2, 4­3 Theater clearance, 8­2, 8­4, 8­6 Travel clearance manager, 8­4, 8­5 Travel approval official, OCONUS TDY, 8­4 Travelope, 3­3 Unaccompanied tour, 2­7, 2­8, 2­9, 2­10, 5­4 90 AR 55­46 · 20 June 1994

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