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Coupled with quality service, clean facilities and reasonably priced room rates, Air Force lodging facilities are still a great choice for Airmen, whether they're on temporary duty orders, retired and traveling or just passing through," Stewart said.
Not pictured is Lieutenant Commander Jose Vargas, USCG, (Coast Guard Base Support Unit Honolulu), who participated via Skype from his temporary duty position as Finance Section Chief for the Operation Deepwater Horizon Gulf Coast Incident Management Team.
Prior to his current position, he was deputy head of mission at the British Embassy in Kuwait, from where he did six months temporary duty as deputy head of mission at the British Embassy in Baghdad.
Only those Sailors on temporary duty to the land area of Haiti for 30 or more consecutive days will be eligible for HDP-L.
Since the JAATT conferences are no longer required, the web-based JMS saves the Department of Defense (DOD) $1 million in temporary duty costs annually while returning to DOD thousands of hours of productivity that had been associated with travelling to the conferences.
DEPLOYMENTS: 62 temporary duty assignments since 2000 with 500+ combat hours.
Due to the nature of the brigade's mission, neither Soldiers assigned as "warriors in transition" nor brigade cadre are able to go on temporary duty to attend professional military-education courses such as a Phase I BNCOC.
In the North-East, we now have had a case in which people with a temporary duty of care towards a child allegedly terrorised the child instead, by apparently using intimidation and torture techniques more characteristic of Iraq.