Involuntary Separation Pay (ISP)
and the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR)
Separation pay is intended to assist members who are involuntarily separated in returning to civilian life. It is intended to encourage the pursuit of a military career through the assurance that those unable to remain on active duty until eligible for retired or retainer pay can count on compensation to ease their re-entry into civilian life. Separation pay will be paid to members involuntarily separated from active service and to those not accepted for an additional tour of active duty for which they volunteered.
What documents are required when submitting an ISP request package?
ISP request packages are required for consideration of ISP to include a working copy DD 214, PG 13 outlining requirements for ISP, the last 2 graded evaluations, and advancement profile sheet. This is for verification of members being recommended on last 2 evaluations and/or passing their last advancement exam per the MILPERSMAN 1920-030 paragraph 6.
What is the reference for member needing to pass last advancement exam to be eligible for full involuntary separation pay?
Is OBLISERV required to be eligible for ISP?
As a condition of eligibility for involuntary separation pay (ISP) Sailors must agree to serve for 3 years in the Ready Reserve in addition to any other remaining service obligation.
Can the member affiliate with Selected Reserves to satisfy OBLISERV for ISP?
Affiliation with the SELRES or the IRR is at the choice of the member and either obligation will satisfy the reserve obligation requirement for ISP.
When are OBLISERV requests due to PERS-93?
All reenlistment requests are required to be forwarded to NAVPERSCOM (PERS-93) a minimum of 30 days prior to EOS (earlier for sailors going on terminal leave).
What is the effective date of reenlistment?
Reenlistment contract will be dated for the day following discharge or release from active duty.
What Member/CCC/CPC/Command Representative actions are required to be completed prior to a Sailor’s discharge or release from Active duty?
2. For Sailors that meet all requirements other than reenlistment, the Sailor’s command will forward the signed original of the Agreement to serve, on NAVPERS 1070/613 to the supporting PSD/Personnel office for completion of the Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (DD-214) and inclusion of the NAVPERS 1070/613 into the Official Military Personnel File (OPMF).
3. Commands will facilitate the verification of the completed DD-214/DD-214 worksheet. Upon completion of the DD-214 verification, commands will forward a signed copy of NAVPERS 1070/613 (agreement to serve), C-WAY denial letter/Separation authorization (where applicable), and verified DD-214/DD-214 worksheet to NAVPERSCOM (PERS-93) via email: email@example.com. Please notify PERS-93 if and when the member will be going on terminal leave. An IRR Counselor can also be reached at 1-800-535-2699 for additional assistance.
4. For Sailors leaving the area of their parent commands – facilitate arrangements for reenlistment at the local Navy Operational Support Center (NOSC), military installation, MEPS, NRD, etc. by a commissioned officer (active, reserve, or retired) from any branch or service.
If the member is a BCA/Alcohol rehabilitation failure/Parenthood/Medical, is the member entitled to ISP and what documents are needed?
Yes. The member is entitled to half involuntary separation pay if the member has 6 years active duty. Please send the following documents: working copy DD214, PG 13 outlining requirements for ISP, and 10 day letter from legal or separation orders.
If the member has a reduction in rate, would the member be eligible for ISP?
Yes. If the member reaches the HYT of the rate reduced, then the member is entitled to half separation pay.
What separation code should be used for BCA failures?
Please refer to NAVADMIN 420/10 for the separation code which would end in "CR."
Where are the policies for the Career Waypoint requests?