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Some may be spending this holiday season alone due to a deployment, a permanent change of station move away from family and friends or the loss of a loved one.
He audited and processed 400 military and civilian Permanent Change of Station claims valued over $1 million.
Additional changes will also make it easier for servicers to process short sales for members of the armed forces receiving Permanent Change of Station orders.
IF YOU HAVE ORDERS FOR A PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION OR SERVICE SEPARATION WITHIN SO DAYS OF RETURNING TO YOUR HOME STATION, NOW YOU CAN TURN IN YOUR ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT (OCIE) BEFORE YOU LEAVE THEATER.
Forty-nine percent of the new Sailors will be recruited for a fouryear obligation, get their basic training in "A" School (basic skills training), and then go to their first permanent change of station (PCS).
Doc received his Permanent Change of Station award but he had been submitted for an Army Commendation Medal after the final battles in Sadr City prior to our redeployment.
The Permanent Change of Station Lodging Program, now in its fourth year, has accommodated close to 4,000 employees and their families-30 percent of the Foreign Service.
To minimize the impact on their families, cadre members were able to conduct their permanent change of station moves during the school summer-break months and then return to Aberdeen Proving Ground in a temporary duty status to continue the mission until the students relocated in September 2009.