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TRANSFER TO FLEET RESERVE

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The following are categories of retirement with a brief description of each: Fleet  Reserve   —   The  Fleet  Reserve  was established to provide experienced personnel for the first stages of mobilization during an emergency or in time of war. Therefore, the Fleet Reserve is made up of former enlisted members of the regular Navy or Naval Reserve who can fill such billets without further training. As an enlisted member of the regular Navy or Naval Reserve, you are eligible for transfer to the Fleet Reserve upon the completion of at least 20 years of active service in the armed forces. While serving as a member of the Fleet Reserve, you may be ordered to active duty without your consent. After you have completed  30  years  of  service  (which  includes active-duty and Fleet Reserve time combined), you will be transferred to the retired list. Regular Navy Retired List  —   Any enlisted member of the regular Navy who has completed at least 30 years of active federal service may be retired upon application. Unlike transfer to the Fleet Reserve, the 30-year retirement is a right guaranteed by law. As a retired member, you may be ordered to active duty in time of war or national emergency at the discretion of the Secretary of the Navy. You may not be ordered to active duty under any other conditions without your consent. Naval Reserve Retired List   —   The  Naval Reserve Retired List is composed of members of the Naval Reserve who are entitled to receive retired pay. Retired members of the Naval Reserve may be ordered to active duty without their consent. However, this may be done only if the Secretary of the Navy, with the approval of the Secretary of Defense, determines that the Navy does not have enough qualified reservists in an active status. Retired Reserve  — The Retired Reserve consists of reservists who have been transferred to the Retired Reserve List without pay. Temporary Disability Retired List   —   The Temporary  Disability  Retired  List  consists  of members who are temporarily unable to perform the duties of their rank or rating because of a physical disability. Permanent Disability Retired List   —   The Permanent  Disability  Retired  List  consists  of members who are permanently unable to perform the duties of their rank or rating because of a physical disability. BENEFITS OF RETIREMENT Retirement benefits available at the conclusion of a Navy career are superior, in many respects, to similar plans in civilian life. On a day-to-day basis, the most important difference is that service members pay nothing toward the accumulation of their benefits. Retired personnel and their dependents may be entitled for life to many of the same medical services provided their active-duty counterparts. However, these benefits have been severely curtailed during recent years. Retirees and their dependents also have the privilege of making purchases in commissaries, exchanges, and ship’s service stores. Retired members have the privilege to use U.S. armed forces’  base facilities subject to the availability of space and facilities, the capabilities of the command, and any overseas agreements. Retired personnel often do not realize that they may be entitled to many benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and from the state in which they reside. These benefits may include employment counseling, home and farm loans, unemployment compensation, burial rights, and VA benefits for veterans with disabilities. TRANSFER TO FLEET RESERVE A transfer to the Fleet Reserve requires that you complete 2 years at your duty station and submit the application no sooner than 12 months or later than 6 months before your requested transfer date. Send applications  for  Fleet  Reserve  to  the  Chief  of  Naval Personnel  (PERS-273).  Submit  NAVPERS  1830/1  in quadruplicate and NAVPERS 1070/621 (Agreement to Extend) or NAVPERS 1070/622 (Agreement to Recall or   Extend   Active   Duty)   as   appropriate.   Refer   to MILPERSMAN,   article   3855180,   for   more   detailed information. 4-12 Q6. As a retired member with 30 years of service you may be ordered to active duty by which of the following personnel? 1. Chief of Naval Operations 2. Vice President of the United States 3. Secretary of the Navy 4. Vice Chief of Naval Operations REVIEW QUESTION



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