MIL leave question

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  1. usmcdevil

    usmcdevil wouldnt you like to know

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    ok well i hit the fleet dec 7th but christmas is like 2 weeks away would it be possible for me to take 4-6 days of leave extending the vacation time to almost 3 weeks? so thats dec 21- jan6
     
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    ask your chain of command
     
  3. usmcdevil

    usmcdevil wouldnt you like to know

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    i will have 24.5 days of leave accumulated
     
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    Its up to your chain of command if they want to let you go in the hole, and chances are they won't.

    You will probably be sick of being there anyways after that period.

    Friends change, everyone ends up with their own routine and you are stuck in the middle.
     
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    usmcdevil wouldnt you like to know

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    couldnt i used the already time off that you get for christmas as that (not leave) then route up a chit for the days after it
     
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    :werd: going home is never the same
     
  7. Jbeanz

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    Take what you have , might as well get used to missing holidays now. Save your leave for pre-deployment leave. Better yet save it for terminal leave then thank me later.
     
  8. Twisted STi

    Twisted STi All wheel or no wheel OT Supporter

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    in my command you weren't allowed to do that, you had to come check back in of of vacation leave, and then check right back out if you wanted an extension.
     
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    I'm guessing you guys are definitely not talking about the Air Force?
     
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    Twisted STi All wheel or no wheel OT Supporter

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    the threadstarters username kinda gave it away, huh?
     
  11. usmcdevil

    usmcdevil wouldnt you like to know

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    ehh i will i just wanna go home for this then i probably wont go home for a little while i dont like taking leave
     
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    didn't care to look... anyways in the Air Force we put in ofr leave on the intranet. Can you do that? I also remember a form you can fill out requesting to go over also. I know you can go in the hole even on the intranet just as long as the supervisor approves it.
     
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    No. You will have to check back in at the end of a 96 so unless you live close by to where you are stationed its not normally worth the trip back to base and then back to where ever you are trying to take leave.

    I would check with one of your NCO's. Perhaps they can work something out for you.


    As for the Air Force thing and being able to do it online. We submit our leave online also (in most cases it has to be a minimum of a few days in advance), but SNCO's are the only ones who can check back in on their own. Others have to go see the OOD or what ever to sign back in off leave periods.
     

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