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Overseas Screening

 

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BUPERS ONLINE (BOL) system functionality has been restored. All actions for processing and tracking Overseas/Remote Duty Screening shall be conducted throught BOL, IAW MILPERSMAN 1300-304.
Request for BOL Access must use the format below and be sent to
mill_pers-4helpdesk@navy.mil.

BOL Access Format

All status submissions must be reported as either "Suitable" or "Unsuitable'. Submissions of "Pending"
reports will not be saved or tracked by the BOL system.

Commands must acknowledge receipt of Letter of Intent for Overseas Screening within 24 hours to overseas_screening@navy.mil with:

                          "Received LOI ICO RANK/RATE, LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, Command UIC"

****DO NOT SEND SSN****

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References: Letter of Intent (Example)

Overseas Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Overseas Delinquency Medical Screening Support For Waiver Request

Overseas Delinquency Waiver Request

You can contact us at overseas_screening@navy.mil for more information.

MILPERSMAN 1300-300 The Navy’s Suitability Screening Program is used to determine the suitability
of Sailors and their family members for overseas or remote assignments. 

Consecutive Overseas Tours (COT) requires transferring commands to re-screen service members and
their families transferring from overseas to overseas.  For further information see MILPERSMAN 1300-304.

The responsibility for determining suitability rests with the CO of the transferring command.  The CO 
must ascertain whether the service member or family member(s) possess any performance, disciplinary, financial, psychological, medical, dental or educational attributes which would preclude them from
conducting themselves as worthy representatives of the United States in a foreign country.

CO's of the transferring command are responsible for providing a suitability determination for the service member to Navy Personnel Command and the gaining command within 30 calendar days of receipt of
Letter of Intent IAW NAVADMIN 203/14.

CO's of the transferring command are responsible for providing a suitability determination for all
dependents to Navy Personnel Command and the gaining command within 60 calendar days of receipt
of Letter of Intent IAW NAVADMIN 203/14.

 

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Early Return(ER)/ Early Return of Dependents(ERD)

References: JFTR U5100 

                   DODI 1315.18

                   OPNAVINST 1400.14  

 

All ER/ERD requests are to be submitted via BOL IAW MILPERSMAN 1300-306 

ER/ERD packages will not be processed for determination until all required and requested documentation is received.

 

You can contact us at Pers451@navy.mil for more information.

 

 

 

 

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