NAVY - OPNAV 4650.11F
(OP-09B20) POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR OFFICIAL TEMPORARY DUTY TRAVEL TO MILITARY AND CIVILIAN INSTALLATION, ACTIVITIES, AND UNITS
|Publication Date:||5 May 1989|
a. The provisions of this instruction are applicable to all official temporary duty (TEMADD, TEMDU, TAD, TDY, etc.) travel by Department of the Navy military personnel, Navy civilian personnel, and personnel traveling under Department of the Navy sponsorship, including Department of Defense contractor employees.
b. The provisions of this instruction are applicable to the personnel listed above for official temporary duty travel to the following places:
(1) U.S. military installations, activities, and units within and outside CONUS;
(2) Foreign military and civilian installations, activities, and units; or
(3) Research vessels and U.S. naval ships located overseas where the traveler must enter or exit an area under foreign government control.
c. Compliance with this instruction is also required when:
(1) Intra-theater travel is performed to conduct other than unified command business with other than U.S. personnel;
(2) Foreign personnel will be contacted during the visits; and/or
(3) Foreign policy will be discussed during the visit.
d. This instruction does not apply to:
(1) Troop movements, or travel by personnel in unified or overseas service commands directly related to units of those commands, or travel by the commander to units under his/her command, except for travel to U.S. cryptologic units (see paragraph 10).
(2) Intra-theater travel to "Special Areas" requiring prior concurrence as designated in the Foreign Clearance Guide (FCG) when travel is performed to conduct unified command business with U.S. personnel and no foreign personnel are contacted or foreign policy discussed.
(3) Personnel on leave, air crew personnel, ship's company in the performance of air crew duties or ship's company duties exclusively.
(4) Personnel assigned to international staffs or organizations when traveling within their designated areas of responsibility. Senior official travel to Africa is the sole exception to this provision.
(5) Personnel transiting a country.