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Your action officer can be found by emailing the following distro ECRC_NRFK_N33@NAVY.MIL with your Noble Eagle/FORCEGEN number as listed on orders.
Special situations for leave/liberty are reviewed case by case by the AO, via WTP Operations if an overseas re-deployer. Generally non-government travel is discouraged while executing orders, and not reimbursable.
Yes, at NRC’s discretion with express permission from CIAC/Mob shop. Request is for a “virtual check-in” at NRC.
No, NMPS site via NAVPTO and SATO will book your travel IAW orders. Any changes must be initiated and approved by the initiator.
Outside AMCROSS/E-leave scenarios, most REMOTE DEMOBs are not authorized due to complexity & resources.
The mobilization processing week is typically 5 days.
Yes, all documents collected will be returned during the check-out process at the end of the week.
ECRC will evaluate RC personnel who incur or aggravate an injury, illness or disease while on active duty. If the injury, illness or disease is unfitting and cannot be resolved within the 14-day demobilization period, Medical Evaluation (MEDEVAL) orders for 30 days may be requested by ECRC.
ECRC forwards the MEDHOLD Request to PERS-95.
PERS-95 will authorize MEDHOLD orders if the determination is made that the RC Sailor does require extension on active duty for medical care.
ECRC will be notified by PERS-95 of the decision and the member will be transferred to the most appropriate Reserve Component Command (RCC) MEDHOLD unit for management. Treatment for the RC Sailor is provided at the local Military Medical Treatment Facility (MTF) in coordination with the RCC MEDHOLD unit and PERS-95.
RC personnel who have reached maximum medical benefit or have been on MEDHOLD for 12 months or greater; and cannot be returned to a Fit for Duty status will be referred to the Disability Evaluation System (DES) for a disability determination through the Physical Evaluation Board (PEB).
Navy Personnel Command (PERS-95)
No. All medical treatment and surgery must be scheduled by the RCC MEDHOLD unit.
Yes. Member will have assigned duties within the member’s physical limitations.
Yes. The RC Sailor will receive their pay and allowances in accordance with the JFTR.
No. The MEDHOLD program is commensurate with the LIMDU Program by ensuring medical treatment for an injury, illness, or disease incurred or aggravated on active duty. The primary difference is that MEDHOLD manages the medical treatment of RC personnel at the RCC MEDHOLD unit; LIMDU manages the medical treatment of AC personnel at their duty station.
No. All RC personnel on active duty orders for greater than 30 days can request to remain on active duty for medical care beyond the expiration of their orders.
No. RC personnel may request to be released from active duty and obtain treatment for the condition(s) utilizing Line of Duty (LOD) benefits program at their home of record. The RC Sailor must sign a Page 13 indicating that choice.
The PEB evaluates the Sailor’s medical condition(s) when the attending physician determines that the condition will prevent the member from performing his or her duties in the Navy. If the PEB finds the member ‘Unfit for continued Naval service’ a disability rating will be assigned and the member will be placed on either the Temporary Disabled Retirement List (TDRL), Permanently Disabled Retirement List (PDRL), or separated from the service with severance pay.