Eye In The Sky said:...there are instances where the spirit/intent/written policy in CFPAS is replaced with units/other people's opinions about if you get a PER while doing MOC trg beyond initial occ trg.
Quick question relating to PERs while on tour longer than 180 days. I've heard from some that while on tour for more than 180 days you receive a tour "PER" vice a tour "PDR". Contrary to most things I can read in the unclass regs this makes sense to me, as it seems obvious to judge someones actions where they spend a majority of their career during the year.
Is there any merit to this? Specifically a QR&O on that matter?
Keep in mind I've:
a) Searched the forums (there should be a custom string search, not a find every "per" in any work like "perfect".)
b) Have little to no access to the low-side due to said tour.
c) Have little faith in rumors and I'm looking for total truth in the matter. My chain said they'd be pumped to write me a PER vs a PDR (because I kick ***, obviously) but I want to know if anyone can allude to whether or not a PER fits this case. I am going to get time on a low-side in the future but don't want to waste anyone's time if it's not at all true.
DAA said:Have you downloaded the CFPAS PER program to see just what it says within the "Help File"? I'm sure that will answer all your questions and then some. Need the PW, send me a PM.
Eye In The Sky said:CJOC also has an Admin Instruction that gives additional direction on Theatre PERs. Example, OP IMPACT; 90+ days requires a Theatre PER, 89 days or less and its a PDR. The PDR from theatre then should be incorporated into your PER for that reporting year/FY.
I can't remember the exact CJOC ref name, but if I think of it can post the DWAN link next week when I am back at the Happy House.