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Deployed Pay Entitlements   Requested Split Pay Amount

Combat Zone Tax Exclusion     Field Rations Checkage

  Combat Leave Balance           Personnel Tempo

  Special Leave Accrual       MCAAT-East Training
Deployed Pay Entitlements
 Family Separation Allowance (FSA) Type
 II – Category T
 Career Sea Pay
 Hostile Fire Pay/Imminent Danger Pay
 Hardship Duty Pay – Location
 Deployed Per Diem




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Family Separation Allowance
(FSA) Type II – Category T
   Entitlement (Ref: DODFMR Vol. 7A, Chap 27 and
   MCTFSPRIM, par 5061.4)
      Members with Dependents
      Active Duty Spouse
   Start (TTC/SEQ 189 003)
      Credit for FSA-T may not be applied until member has been
       TAD away from his PDS continuously for more than 30 days.
       On the 31st day away from PDS start FSA-T retroactive to
       day of departure from PDS.
   Stop (TTC/SEQ 190 002)
      Termination of FSA-T is the day before the date of member’s
       return from TAD.



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Career Sea Pay
 Entitlement (Ref: DODFMR Vol. 7A, Chap 18 and MCTFSPRIM,
 par 5014)
    Enlisted Members in Pay Grade E-4 and Above
    Warrant Officers
    Commissioned Officers with 3 Years Sea Time
 Start (TTC/SEQ 139 001)
    Credit for Career Sea Pay accrues from the date of reporting
     aboard ship.
 Stop (TTC/SEQ 173 000)
    Termination of Career Sea Pay is the day of departure from the
     ship.*
    * Further TAD ashore from ship for 30 continuous days terminates
     Career Sea Pay on the 30th day.
 Credit (TTC/SEQ 147 000)
    Used to report periods of sea duty of 30 days or less upon
     completion of the sea duty assignment.
 Total Sea Service Adjustment (TTC/SEQ 188 000)
    Used to correct total sea service time when in error.              Home
Hostile Fire Pay (HFP)
/Imminent Danger Pay (IDP)
 Entitlement (Ref: DODFMR Vol. 7A, Chap 10 and MCTFSPRIM,
 par 5076)
     Service members on official duty who are subject to hostile
      fire/mines in a designated area (land or airspace).
 Start (TTC/SEQ 293 001)
     Credit HFP/IDP when performing assigned duties in a designated
      location beginning in one month and ending the next.
     Start HFP/IDP when TAD in designated location is anticipated to be
      more than 30 days.
     Use two-character alphanumeric code (MCO P1080.20) to report
      where the Marine earned the HFP/IDP entitlement. Use “ZZ” to
      designate classified locations.
 Stop (TTC/SEQ 294 001)
     Stop HFP/IDP when TAD in designated location is terminated.
 Credit (TTC/SEQ 297 001)
     Used to report HFP/IDP entitlement when performing assigned
      duties therein beginning in 1 month and ending the next month.
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Hardship Duty Pay (HDP)
Location (L)
 Entitlement (Ref: DODFMR Vol. 7A, Chap 17, IC 11-99 and
 MCTFSPRIM, par 5064 )
     Enlisted members ONLY on official duty in a designated location.
 Start (TTC/SEQ 136 000)
     HDP-L accrues if the member remains in the designated location
      for a continuous period of 8 days or more (including date of arrival
      and date of departure).*
     * Member cannot receive concurrent entitlement to HDP-L and
      Career Sea Pay.
 Stop (TTC/SEQ 175 000)
     HDP-L terminates on the day of departure from the designated
      location.
 Credit (TTC/SEQ 125 004)
     Used to report retroactive credit of hardship duty pay.
 Check (TTC/SEQ 125 001)
     Used to report a checkage of hardship duty pay previously credited
      (started) in error.
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Deployed Per Diem
 Entitlement (Ref: JFTR, Chap 4, Part C and MCTFSPRIM, par
 5045)
     Service members deployed overseas under the Unit Deployment
      Program (UDP).
 Start (TTC/SEQ 327 000)
     Deployed Per Diem accrues from the date the Command is at the
      location.
 Stop (TTC/SEQ 328 000)
     Deployed Per Diem terminates the day prior to the date of the
      Command’s departure.
 Check (TTC/SEQ 332 000)
     Deployed Per Diem is checked for the days that a member is TAD
      away from the command.
 Advance/Rear Party & TAD
      Members who are advance/rear party or TAD away from the
      command are entitled to locality per diem.
 Note: Use the rule “Where the Command Is” to determine
 deployed per diem entitlement.                                        Home
Combat Zone Tax Exclusion
(CZTE)
 Entitlement (Ref: DODFMR Vol. 7A, par 440103 and MCTFS
 PRIM, par 5056.6 & 5056.8)
     Enlisted members and Warrant Officers on official duty in a
      designated location are subject to exclusion of all taxable income.
     Commissioned Officers on official duty in a designated location are
      subject to exclusion of taxable income in the amount of the highest
      rate of basic pay for any enlisted member plus the amount of
      imminent danger pay (PAAN 73-99 2000 Base Pay = $4,869.00).
 Start (TTC/SEQ 432 001)
     CZTE is reported for the commencement of a period of tax
      exclusion.
 Stop (TTC/SEQ 433 000)
     CZTE terminates when the period of tax exclusion is completed.
 Tax Exclusion (TTC/SEQ 434 000)
     CZTE is reported for tax exclusion of ONLY one month.
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Combat Zone Tax Exclusion
(CZTE)
 Note: UD entries starting and stopping CZTE MUST BE reported
 during the month the Marine arrives in or departs the
 designated combat zone to ensure that CZTE is properly applied
 and to avoid the necessity for issuing a corrected W-2 at the
 end of the calendar year.
 Additional Tax Withholding
    An authorization to withhold an additional amount to meet either
     federal or state income tax needs. The additional tax withholding
     is available for Officers who’s federal taxable income is greater
     than the maximum allowable exclusion and for WESTPAC
     deployment California resident members who’s state taxable
     income is effected by geographic location code change reporting.
    Additional FITW Start
       1. Report EXEMPT FOR TAX (S or M)00 (TTC/SEQ 430 003)
       2. Report STRT ADD TAX $ (TTC/SEQ 431 001; Active Duty and 430
        006; Reserve)
Combat Zone Tax Exclusion
(CZTE)
 Additional FITW Stop
        1. Report STOP ADD TAX $ (TTC/SEQ 429 000; Active
        Duty and 430 002; Reserve)
       2. Report EXEMPT FROM TAX (S or M)## (TTC/SEQ 430
        002). ## denotes two-digit number of exemptions
 Additional SITW Start
     Report STRT STATE TAX $ (TTC/SEQ 303 000)
 Additional SITW Stop
     Report STOP STATE TAX $ (TTC/SEQ 303 001)
 Note: The number of allowances claimed for the state tax plan
 is not affected by START or STOP of a specified monthly state
 tax rate.
Combat Leave Balance
(CLB)
 Entitlement (Ref: DODFMR Vol. 7A, par 440103,
 MCTFSAPSM, par 010206 and PAAN 94-98)
    Service members accrue 2.5 days of combat leave for each
     month serving at least one day in a designated combat zone
     tax exclusion area.
 Software release 2-98 automated the CLB process to
 be maintained in the MCTFS 988 remarks. This
 process also implemented CLB to be displayed in
 block 27 of the leave and earnings statement (LES).
 Service members are entitled to a reduction in
 monthly taxable income for leave taken or LSL paid
 after leaving a CZTE area.
 Any leave used or sold will be subtracted first from
 the member’s combat leave balance.
Combat Leave Balance
(CLB)
 CLB Corrections (TTC/SEQ 440 000/001)
     1. Report appropriate 440 entry to correct CLB
      when in error.
     2. Prepare NAVMC 11116 and forward to
      disbursing/finance officer along with a copy of the
      Combat Leave Balance Worksheet informing of
      CLB adjustment.




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Special Leave Accrual
(Leave Restoration)
 Entitlement (Ref: MCTFSAPSM, par 010202.E, MCO P1050.3 and
 SECNAVINST 1050.5)
     Members may accumulate leave in excess of 60 days during a fiscal
      year not to exceed 90 days.
     Requests must be made via chain of command to the approving
      authority by the end of the fiscal year affected and no later than
      the end of the first quarter of the following fiscal year (i.e.,
      Request for FY00 leave restoration must be submitted after
      20000930 but no later than 20001231.
 Situations
     Unit commanders are delegated the authority to grant special leave
      accrual up to 90 days in the following situations:
        1. Hostile Fire or Imminent Danger Area
        2. Deployable Ship or Mobile Unit
        3. Deployable Ship or Mobile Unit Homeported or Home Based
         Overseas
        4. Force Commanders
        5. Joint Service
        6. HQMC/MPP-58
Special Leave Accrual
(Leave Restoration)
 Approving Statements
     Unit administrations annotate NAVMC 11116 with one of the two
      required statements listed in par. 010202.E.1.F of the MCTFSAPSM:
        1. Requests approved by HQMC
        2. Requests approved by unit and force commanders
 Verification of Special Leave Accrual
     Verify the member’s leave balance on 30 September for the fiscal
      year after the fiscal year in which the qualifying duties are
      terminated, or until the restored leave is used, whichever is less.
     If the member did not use the leave and the fiscal year retention
      period has not expired, prepare a NAVMC 11116 for submission to
      the disbursing/finance officer with the required statement in par.
      010202.E.1.G of the MCTFSAPSM.
     Members have until the end of the third fiscal year following the
      fiscal year in which the qualifying duty is terminated to use the
      special leave accrual.
     If the leave (special leave accrual) is not used within fiscal year
      time constraints, then the leave in excess of 60 days is lost and is
      not subject to special leave accrual consideration.                    Home
Requested Split Pay Amount
(RSPA)
 Entitlement (Ref: MCTFSPRIM, par 5146 and MCTFSAPSM, Chap
 5, par 0507)
    Members enrolled in the DD/EFT program who are: (1) serving on
     a deployment serviced by a disbursing officer or (2) permanently
     stationed outside the 50 United States and paid by a disbursing
     officer (e.g., MCB Okinawa (DSSN 5755), III MEF Okinawa (DSSN
     6160) and Iwakuni (DSSN 6096)).
 Start (TTC/SEQ 156 000 (RSPA) and 159 000 (STRT)
    Deployments; report RSPA $ .00 (five dollar increment amount)
     and STRT SPLIT PAY on the unit diary.
    Garrison (Overseas Stations); report RSPA $ .00 (whole dollar
     amount) on the unit diary. Note: Change DSSN entry
     automatically starts split pay.
 Stop (TTC/SEQ 160 000)
    Deployments; report STOP SPLIT PAY and RSPA $0.00 on separate
     cycles via the unit diary.
    Garrison (Overseas Stations); report RSPA $0.00 on the unit diary.
     Note: Transfer entry automatically stops split pay or change DSSN
     to other than 6160 and 6096.                                       Home
Field Rations Checkage
 Entitlement (Ref: DODFMR Vol. 7A, Chap 25 and MCO 10110.47)
     Enlisted members in receipt of pro/sep rats are checked for each day they
      perform duty in an essential unit messing (EUM) environment.
     Officers are checked the reduced meal rate ONLY when actually performing
      field duty.
     Reduced meal rate = $6.60 ($1.65 for day in and out of EUM status)
 Start (TTC/SEQ 371 000)
     Enlisted & Officers; Report STRT FLD RATS when the member enters the
      EUM status.
 Stop (TTC/SEQ 372 000)
     Enlisted & Officers; Report STOP FLD RATS when the member departs the
      EUM status.
 Credit (TTC/SEQ 374 000)
     Officers; Report CRED FLD RATS when an officer who is being checked field
      rations departs for short periods.
 Checkage (TTC/SEQ 375 000)
     Enlisted and Officers; Report CHEK FLD RATS for one-time checkages of
      rations on members performing field duty.*
     * Checkages for field rations failing on the UD must be submitted via
      NAVMC 11116 to disbursing for proper checkage.                              Home
Personnel Tempo
 Deployment tempo definition;
    Any day on which, pursuant to orders, the member is
     performing service in a training exercise or operation at a
     location or under circumstances that make it impossible or
     infeasible for the member to spend off-duty time in the
     housing in which the member resides when on garrison duty
     at the member’s PDS.
    A member is not deployed or in a deployment when the
     member is performing service as a student or trainee at a
     school (including any government school) or performing
     administrative, guard, or detail duties in garrison at the
     member’s PDS.
    Ref: MARADMIN 275/00 & 455/00, PAA 09-00, SR 2-00
Personnel Tempo Types
 Deployment:
    Contingency, Humanitarian
     and Peace Keeping
     Operations
    Joint/Combined and NATO
     Exercises
    Field Duty at PDS
 Non-Deployment:
    Individual Training at School
    Duty in Garrison
    IDT Away from the HTC
     (Reserve Only)
    Muster Duty (IRR)
    Funeral Honors Duty
     (Reserve)
Personnel Tempo
Legislated Requirements
 A Marine cannot deploy or remain deployed more
 than 182 days of the preceding 365 days without
 approval from the first General in chain of command.
 A Marine cannot deploy or remain deployed 220 days
 of the preceding 365 days without approval from the
 ACMC.
 A Marine deployed in excess of 250 days of the
 preceding 365 days rate per diem payments of $100
 per day beginning on the 251st day.
Personnel Tempo
Legislated Schedule
 1 June 2000 – CMC regulation implementing policies
 and procedures for deployment tempo are released in
 MARADMIN 275/00.
 1 October 2000 – (1) System for tracking deployment
 tempo must be operational.
 (2) Accumulated Deployment Time (ADT) will cease.
 1 October 2001 – Payment of high deployment per
 diem ($100 per day) begins.




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Personnel Tempo Approved
Policy Guidance
 182/220-day threshold approvals reside with the
 service chain of command.
 Prior to a final decision to remove or not to deploy a
 member whose absence would impact adversely on
 combatant command operational readiness, as
 determined by the combatant command, the service
 concerned shall coordinate with the combatant
 command at the appropriate flag or general officer
 level.
 $100 high-deployment per diem payments will be
 charged to military personnel appropriations. No
 additional Congressional funding will be provided to
 comply with the per diem payments mandated.
Personnel Tempo
Tracking
 Deployment tempo tracking for each individual
 Marine will occur through the Marine Corps Total
 Force System (MCTFS). System changes are
 currently being devised by Manpower Information
 Systems Division and will be implemented no later
 than 23 October 2000.
 This will necessitate manual tracking of deployment
 tempo from 1 through 22 October 2000.
 Tracking for Navy personnel (Corpsman) will be
 implemented by submitting documentation to PSD
 prior to the member beginning travel.
Personnel Tempo
Reporting
 Closing out ADT (TTC/SEQ 033 003);
    All periods of ADT starting on or prior to 21SEP00 must be
     reported with an ending date of 30SEP00 if the deployments
     actual ending date is after 30SEP00.
    If the actual deployment ending date is on or before 30SEP00,
     report the actual ending date.
    An exception must be made for periods of ADT commencing
     between 22SEP00 and 30SEP00 due to ADT requires reporting
     periods lasting at least 10 days. In this case, report the actual
     ending date or 10OCT00, whichever is earlier.
    In all cases deployment days occurring on or after 10OCT00
     must be reported under PERSTEMPO once SR 2-00 is
     implemented.
Personnel Tempo
Reporting
 Starting PERSTEMPO (USMC); (TTC/SEQ 323 000)
    YYYYMMDD (DOA) Start PERS TEMPO Branch M RUC #####
     From Date YYYYMMDD to YYYYMMDD Type *** (3 byte code)
 Starting PERSTEMPO (NON-USMC); (TTC/SEQ 323 001)
    Same as above but utilizing 1 byte code for branch of service.
     (A=Army, C=Coast Guard, F=Air Force, N=Navy & X=Other)
 Stopping PERSTEMPO; (TTC/SEQ 323 002)
    YYYYMMDD (DOA) Stop PERS TEMPO ED YYYYMMDD
 Crediting PERSTEMPO (USMC); (TTC/SEQ 323 003)
    YYYYMMDD (DOA) Cred PERS TEMPO Branch M RUC #####
     From Date YYYYMMDD to YYYYMMDD Type *** (Used for
     events of less than 4 days duration, ALL reserve diary reporting
     and events that have ended prior to a START being reported.)
Personnel Tempo
Reporting
 Crediting PERSTEMPO (NON-USMC); (TTC/SEQ 323 004)
    Same as credit entry for USMC, but utilizing 1 byte branch of
     service code.)
 Checking PERSTEMPO (erroneous); (TTC/SEQ 323 005)
    YYYYMMDD (DOA) Check PERS TEMPO From Date YYYYMMDD
     to YYYYMMDD (DEL AS ERR and DEL/ADD cannot be reported in
     this transaction)
 Changing PERSTEMPO (USMC); (TTC/SEQ 323 006)
    YYYYMMDD (DOA) Change PERS TEMPO Branch M RUC #####
     From Date YYYYMMDD to YYYYMMDD Type *** (Only active
     duty and 548XX RUCs can report this transaction.)
 Changing PERSTEMPO (NON-USMC); (TTC/SEQ 323
 007)
    Same as change entry for USMC, but utilizing 1 byte branch of
     service code. (Only active duty and 548XX RUCs can report this
     transaction.)
Personnel Tempo
Logic
 MCTFS will convert all ADT reported ending dates of 1OCT00 -
 10OCT00 to 30SEP00 after verifying the reported deployment
 lasted at least 10 days.
 MCTFS logic to update Overseas Control Date (OCD) as
 PERSTEMPO deployments are reported will not be in place until
 approximately 20DEC00. (DO NOT report manual updates to the
 OCD. This reporting restriction does not apply to reporting the
 assignment of new OCDs based on completion of an overseas tour,
 two consecutive ‘pumps’ or completion of OCONUS deployments
 lasting 270 days or more consecutive days.)
 MCTFS will adjust the OCD on a day-for-day basis vice two-for one
 day basis regardless of the deployment’s length.
 Logic will update OCD resident in MCTFS and not update to
 completion of last deployment.
 Deployments of 270 consecutive days OCONUS require a manual
 adjustment of the OCD.
MCAAT-East Training
Mobile Training Visit (MTV) for Administration and
Disbursing Offices (Scheduled)
    Training consists of Power Point presentation, hands on
     review of procedures, and formal analysis.
Message Briefs (Quarterly)
    Training consists of Power Point presentation covering all
     message traffic changes to regulations and procedures.
MCAAT-East Workshop (Semi-Annual)
    Training consists of Power Point presentation covering
     functional area processes within administration offices.
MCAAT-East Webcast Video Training (Fall ‘00)
    www.lejeune.usmc.mil/mcaat
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