Level 2 (COVID-19) Guidance: PCS Travel between CONUS (to include AK, HI and U.S. territories) and Level 2 (COVID-19) is now authorized and must be in accordance with travel screening protocol in Attachment 3. Concurrent Travel to Level 2(COVID-19) is not approved (see Part II for Concurrent Travel guidance). Airmen PCSing from a Level 2 (COVID-19) to CONUS (to include AK, HI and U.S. territories) are authorized return with dependents. Additionally, Airmen assigned to a Level 2 (COVID-19) locations who are currently in a TDY or leave status in CONUS (to include AK, HI and U.S. territories) are permitted to return to home station in accordance with travel screening protocols in Attachment 3.
1. myPers Stop Movement - 17 March update 2330 CDT
2. Stop Movement Dashboard (Military) (17 Mar 20)
Leave Enroute Guidance: At this time, leave enroute is not authorized for any category of move. Requests for exception should follow guidance in paragraph 6.G. below. For Airmen desiring local leave, commanders are encouraged to allow Airmen to utilize local leave prior to out-processing or after arrival at gaining location.
DEROS and RNLTD Extensions: Any DEROS and RNLTD extensions for the months of March, April and May 2020 required based off of this guidance, will be made by AFPC. Extensions will be for 60 days from current dates.
Travel Screening: Individuals traveling under an exception or exemption, including those traveling as part of a Department of State-issued Authorized Departure, are subject to travel screening protocols provided in Attachment 3.
Accessions, Basic Military Training and Technical Training Student/Graduate Travel: Travel in accordance with these guidelines is authorized for Airmen (officer and enlisted) being accessed into the Regular Air Force. IAW 2 AF/CC NOTAM 20-003 (Attachment 6), Basic Military Training students and technical training students must move to their next duty stations upon completion of training. All technical training graduates will continue to out-process and travel to their first duty station. Losing organizations will coordinate with gaining units on any specific mitigation requirements. Graduates who have assignments to Level 2 (COVID-19) designated locations may be diverted as this situation evolves. Graduates who have assignments to Level 3 (COVID-19) designated locations will be diverted.
Individuals traveling under an exception or exemption listed under this paragraph, including those traveling as part of a Department of State-issued Authorized Departure, are subject to travel screening protocols as provided in Attachment 3.