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NAVY - OPNAV 1330.2

(N134) NAVY CAREER INTERMISSION PILOT PROGRAM GUIDELINES

inactive
Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 30 March 2009
Status: inactive
Page Count: 17
scope:

This program provides temporary authority to:

Allow 80 active duty officers and 80 active duty enlisted personnel (20 per year for 4 years) to transition from the Active Component (AC) into the IRR for a period not to exeed 3 years while retaining the health care benefits of an active duty member for themselves and their dependents. All program participants are obligated to return to active duty at the end of their period of participation.

Allow participants in the program in an IRR status to count towards AC end-strength.

Allow the Navy to adjust the date of rank of an officer who placed back on active duty to a later date after serving continuously in the IRR. Allow the Navy to adjust the Time-in-Rate (TIR) and effective date of paygrade for an enlisted member who is placed back on active duty after serving in the IRR using the adjustment method pertaining to TIR date for Navy Veterans with a break in service located in chapter 2 of reference (b).

Exempt participating members from promotion consideration while in the IRR.

Provide military medical and dental care per reference (c), chapter 55, section 1074 as authorized by reference (a).

Pilot program authority begins in 2009 and expires in 2015.

Purpose. The Navy Career Intermission Pilot Program provides a one time temporary transition from active duty to the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) for service members to pursue personal or professional growth outside the service while providing a mechanism for their seamless return to active duty. The long term intent of this program is to retain the valuable experience and training out service members possess that might otherwise be lost by permanent separation.

Document History

March 12, 2018
(N13) NAVY CAREER INTERMISSION PILOT PROGRAM GUIDELINES
Purpose a. To provide procedures and guidance for the Navy Career Intermission Program (CIP) as authorized by reference (a), section 533. b. This revision: (1) removes the word “Pilot” from the...
February 14, 2013
(N134) NAVY CAREER INTERMISSION PILOT PROGRAM GUIDELINES
This program provides temporary authority to: a. Allow active-duty, full time support officers and enlisted personnel (20 officers and 20 enlisted per year for 7 years through calendar year 2015) to...
August 30, 2010
(N134) NAVY CAREER INTERMISSION PILOT PROGRAM GUIDELINES
This program provides temporary authority to: a. Allow 80 active duty officers and 80 active duty enlisted personnel (20 per year for 4 years) to transition from the active component (AC) into the...
OPNAV 1330.2
March 30, 2009
(N134) NAVY CAREER INTERMISSION PILOT PROGRAM GUIDELINES
This program provides temporary authority to: Allow 80 active duty officers and 80 active duty enlisted personnel (20 per year for 4 years) to transition from the Active Component (AC) into the IRR...

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