U.S. DOD Form dod-opnavinst-1720-3e

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U.S. DOD Form dod-opnavinst-1720-3e
DEPARTMENT
OFFICE
OF
THE
OF
CHIEF
WASHINGTON.
THE
OF
NAVAL
OC
20350-2000
NAVY
OPERATIONS
IN
REPLY
OPNAVINST
Pers-622
OPNAV
From:
Chief
of Naval
Subj :
NAVY
Ref:
(a) SECNAVINST
Sncl :
(1) Sample
Office
(2) Sample
(3) Sample
(4) Sample
(5) Sample
RETIRED
70
1720.3E
MAR2819q
1720.3Q
INSTRUCTION
REFER
Operations
ACTIVITIES
PROGRAM
5420.169H
Request
(NOTAL)
for Establishment
of
Re~ired
Activities
IWO Director Appointment
Leccer
Offez of Voluntary Services
Retiree Interesz Item Format
Report of Retired Personnel Sem~nar
pl~r~ose
.
To revise the scope and procedures
for
1.
the
Navy
Retired
Activities
administering
the Department
of
—
for
including
assignment of responsibilities
Program within Navy,
should
and
This is a complete revision
operation
and support.
reviewed in its entirety.
2.
Cancell atiou.
OPNAVINST
1720.3D.
The Department
of the Navy Retired Activities
3. Discussion.
(a) , consiscs of five main
by reference
Program, established
elements : (1) the Secretary of the Navy’s (SECNAV’S) Retiree
(3) Retired
Council
(RC); (2) Retired Personnel Seminars;
Activities
Offices
(RAOS) and Retired Liaison Offices
(RLOS) ; (4)
Casualty
Assistance
Local Retiree Councils;
and (5) the Retired
Program
(RCAP) .
4-.
Conce~C
SECNAV’S
RC.
a.
issues of significant
.
The RC is established
importance
to retired
by SECNAV to consider
military personnel,
OPNAVINST
1720.3E
~Afl28 1997
QE,CNAV
and the Navy retired
to facilitate
interaction
between .
of the Retired
and to participate
in othez aspects
community,
of SECYAV’S
The mission and responsibilities
Activities
Program.
RC are detailed in reference
(a) .
Echelon 2 commanders
will
~ Seminars.
b.
Retire d Personne
naval complexes
convene Retired Personnel Seminars annually
~~vlng at
within a loo-mi~~
that have 1,000 or more Navy retirees as appropriate,
suc’n as
radius and at other central locat~cns
areas of responsibility.
Naval Reserve Centers, wlthln the~r
to involve RC members
Echelon 2 commanders
are encouraged
in planning,
promoting,
residing
in their areas of responsibility
appropriate
and conducting
these seminars and preparing
Seminars
the annual RC report.
and
comments
on
presentations
the greatest possible
should be scheduled
to promote
coortiinacion of efforts in
Inter-se~ice
participation.
and conducting ~eciree seminars in the lccai
promoting
planning,
region is also encouraged.
will designate
local Na~
hosting/conducting
Retired
—
commanders
to be responsible
for
necessarY administrative
Personnel
Seminars and providing
in p lanning and
staf fs-assist
It
is essential that RAO
SUDDOrt.
seminars
Commands host ing/conducting
conducting
the seminars.
tive costs associat ed with
are responsible
for all administra
these seminars.
(1)
Echelon
,.
2 commanders
.&
providing
a
(2) Minimum administrative
support includes: and surviving
to area ret~rees
meeting place; issuing invitations
briefings/presentations
on
arranging unclassified
spouses;
presenting
the
znd operations;
current Navy policies, programs,
recommendations
of the RC including SECNAV’S position on the
briefings/presentations
on local regulations,
report ; providing
benefits, and privileges;
and
policies
on retiree rights,
the ccmments and recommendations
from
collecting
and assimilating
for forwarding to local Navy commanders,
the
seminar attendees
or
the
RC
for
action
as
appropriate.
chain of command,
OPNAVINST
1720.3E
MAR 28 1997
(3) A limited number of personnel
from the Bureau of
Retired
Activities
Branch
(Pers-662),
Naval Personnel
(BUPERS),
Seminars.
may be available
to speak at Retired Personnel
Requests
should be submitted to BUPERS (Pers-622) as soon
Funding for travel is the
seminar dates are known.
responsibility
of the requesting activity.
(ii)
Every
should be made to ensure broad
at each seminar.
representation
of the retired community
,.
Extensive
publicity,
adequate facilltles,
and ease of access
Additionally,
seminar
essential
to achieving maximum attendance.
host commands are encouraged to invite local flag or general
officers
to participate
in the semina~.
(~)
Each
effozt
seminar
will
review
the most
recent
report
of
the RC (including the SECNAV position on the report if possible)
matters
affecting
the exercise of retiree rights, benefits,
and
of
the
commander
hosting
the
privileges
within the purview
other matters relating to retired military personnel
seminar;
considered
pertinent by the majority of attendees.
(6) Retiree seminar agendas should consist
topics and speakers whenever feasible:
following
;
of the
Snea ker
Rec ommended
officer
Sponsoring
commanding
RC member, BUPERS
or execl.Jtive
representative,
officer
Keynote speaker
Opening
remarks
SECNAV RC report with Navy
Department
comments
Keynote address regarding the
Navy today and issues of
particular
interest for the
retired community
(7) Workshops and information
booths provide an excellent
venue for disseminating
information
and providing
retirees
an
Suggested
topics
opportunity
to seek personal assistance.
include:
P
d Facilitator
Re.ommende
Department
of Veterans
Zk2Qk
Veterans
benefits
3
Affairs
OPNAVINST
1720.3E
Retiree rights and benefits,
Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP)
update
TRICARE/Dental
care
Navy
Exchange
Recruiting
ID cards
Volunteer
opportunities
Retiree concerns
Pay matters
Career counselor,
administration
officer,
BUPERS representative
patient affairs officer,
or
health benefits
advisor
Navy Exchange
Command
representative
Local recruiters
Base ID card issuing office~
RAO director
Representatives
from various
organizations
within the
milita~
coalition
Defense, Finance and
Accounting
Service
(DFAS)
representatives
from
Cleveland
and Denver
or from the local Personnel
Support Activity
(PSA)
/Personnel
Support
Detachment
(pSD)
.
will ._
not be solicited
for
(8) Private corporations
donations
to defray the administrative
costs of seminars, but can
be encouraged
to participate
when providing
useful infomatlon.
have
Mos . Fuios, largely manned by retiree volunteers,
c.
The
Deputy
Chief
of
been established
at locations worldwide.
(DCNO(M&P) )/Chief
Naval Operations
(CNO) , Manpower and Personnel
of Naval Personnel
(C~AvpERs)I
‘s ‘he ‘ro9r‘Ponsor” . ‘UPERS
(Pers-622) will provide information
regard~ng
establlshlng,and
or agencies
in
operating
RAOS at Navy or other DoD installations
areas affected by base realignment
or closure.
(1) New RAOS
guidelines :
(pers-622)
will be established
based
on the following
(a) Commanding
officers will work with BUPERS
the need for a RAO based on the number
to determine
of
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