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Help finding navy leave rule

Discussion in 'US Navy Forum' started by don51181, Feb 18, 2008.

  1. don51181

    don51181

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    Were does it say that your command has to send a leave chit up within 5 working days? Is it a lcp or navy wide.
     
  2. Seabee71

    Seabee71 Hawaiian Boy

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    Look at the Navy Correspondence Manual. I know in my Command we have to have them back in 3 working days.
     


  3. Gregw/aGlock

    Gregw/aGlock NRA Member

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  4. Seabee71

    Seabee71 Hawaiian Boy

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    Upon further review, I couldn't find it in either one. With us, if it is under 14 days, our Company Commander can bottom line the chit. It is a lot easier to track and you can pressure him or her, lol.