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MARADMIN 015/20 MANPOWER AUDIT ADVISORY 1-20: REQUIREMENT FOR USING THE OFFICIAL MILITARY PERSONNEL FILE (OMPF) FIELD FOLDER AS THE CENTRAL DOCUMENT REPOSITORY (CDR) IN SUPPORT OF USMC FINANCIAL STATEMENT AUDIT OF SELECTED MILITARY PAY-RELATED DOCUMENTS
Effective 13 January 2020, in accordance with CMC White Letter 02-19, local commands and IPACs will upload MILPAY related documents on all personnel assigned to their Commands or under their support agreements. IPAC will contact personnel aboard MCRDSD to produce any or all documentation that is sourced for verification of a member’s pay and entitlements. MILPAY related documents that were not previously required to be in a service member’s OMPF (marriage certificate, divorce decree, birth certificate, death certificate, etc.) are now required in order to validate past and present pay and entitlements.
MARADMIN 348/21 REINFORCING GUIDANCE FOR MARINES REGARDING TRANSPORTATION, PETS, HOUSING, AND QUARANTINE-LEVEL-RESTRICTION OF MOVEMENT ASSOCIATED WITH PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION MOVES TO JAPAN
This message reinforces existing guidance for Marines regarding transportation, pets, housing, and ROM associated with PCSO to Japan.
MARADMIN 207/21 2021 PEAK SEASON MOVING PREPARATIONS
The purpose of this MARADMIN is to provide Marines, Civilian Marines, and their Families conducting a PCS move in a COVID-19 Environment during the peak moving season (15 May through 31 August 2021) with direction and information on how to ship and store their personal property, also known as household goods (HHGs), unaccompanied baggage (UB), mobile homes and privately owned vehicles (POVs). Included are force health protection requirements such as wearing a suitable mask while performing pre-move surveys, packing, loading, unloading and unpacking operations, using a Personally Procured Move (PPM) to help reduce the demand on the transportation industry’s capacity and the importance of completing the Customer Satisfaction Survey (CSS) for each shipment made during the PCS completes the personal property contents.
MARADMIN 397/21 FISCAL YEARS 2020 (FY20) AND 2021 (FY21) SPECIAL LEAVE ACCRUAL (SLA) RELATED TO CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019
Provides guidance on FY20 and FY21 SLA related to COVID-19.
Marines who served on active duty from 11 March 2020 through 30 September 2020, are authorized to accumulate annual leave in excess of 60 days (not to exceed 120 days) as shown on the September 2020 Leave and Earnings Statement (LES). The SLA earned during FY20 specifically due to COVID-19 may be retained until the end of fiscal year 2023 (30 September 2023).
Marines who served on active duty from 1 October 2020 through 30 September 2021, are authorized to accumulate annual leave in excess of 60 days (not to exceed 120 days) as shown on the September 2021 LES. SLA earned during FY21 specifically due to COVID-19 may be retained until the end of fiscal year 2024 (30 September 2024).