Marines who separate under the conditions specified in the Joint Federal Travel Regulations (JFTR) paragraph U5360, are generally entitled to travel and shipment of household goods to the Home of Record/Place Entered Active Duty and/or Nontemporary Storage at origin for 180 days from the official date of separation.
Extensions must meet the prerequisites of the Joint Federal Travel Regulations (JFTR) para U5360-G (hardship cases). Marines who are separated under JFTR para U5360 are entitled to travel and transportation to their Home of Record/Place Entered Active Duty, however, Marines who have filed and received payment for a travel claim upon separation are authorized shipment to that location not to exceed the cost to move their maximum weight allowance to their Home of Record/Place Entered Active Duty.
Adjudication of the first request for a 180 day extension of travel and transportation entitlements for separated Marines has been delegated to the installation Personal Property Offices. The second request must be mailed or faxed to the address/fax number below and arrive at least 30 days prior to the expiration of the entitlement. Marines must Include a justification supporting the request in accordance with JFTR para U5360, copy of all separation orders, copy of DD214 Member Copy 4, copy of final travel claim if payment was received or statement that final travel claim has not been submitted, location of nontemporary storage when applicable or a statement that no household goods are in nontemporary storage, current mailing address, current email address and telephone number.
HQMC LPD, address is: Commandant of the Marine Corps
3000 Marine Corps Pentagon
Room 2E227 (LPD-2)
Washington DC 20350-3000 Phone Numbers: Telephone: DSN: 225-7765
Comm: (703) 695-7765
Fax: DSN: 225-8160
Fax: Comm: (703) 695-8160
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