MILPERSMAN 1050-130 Emergency Leave
MilReg MILPERSMAN 1050-130 Frequently Asked Questions

What is MILPERSMAN 1050-130?
MILPERSMAN 1050-130 is a Navy regulation that provides guidelines and procedures for emergency leave for active duty personnel.

Who is eligible for emergency leave?
Active duty Navy personnel, including both officers and enlisted personnel, are eligible for emergency leave under MILPERSMAN 1050-130.

What qualifies as an emergency for the purpose of emergency leave?
Emergencies that may warrant emergency leave include serious illness or injury to an immediate family member, death or serious illness of a non-family member who is a primary dependent, or other extraordinary circumstances as determined by the commanding officer.

How long can emergency leave be granted for?
Emergency leave can be granted for up to 30 days per deployment or operational tour.

Can emergency leave be granted for any personal reason?
No, emergency leave is reserved for genuine emergencies that require the immediate presence of the service member.

How can a service member request emergency leave?
A service member can request emergency leave by submitting a completed request through their chain of command, including details of the emergency and the expected duration of absence.

Are there any limitations on granting emergency leave?
Yes, emergency leave requests must be balanced with operational requirements and the availability of suitable transportation, so there may be instances where emergency leave cannot be granted immediately.

Is emergency leave chargeable?
Emergency leave is typically not chargeable against a service member's leave balance.

Can emergency leave be combined with regular leave?
Yes, if the situation permits, emergency leave can be combined with regular leave, allowing the service member to take additional time off.

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