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July 6, 2021

COVID-19: Cancellation of Calendar Year 2021 Travel and Leave SITREP 2

ALCOAST 245/21 cancels ALCOAST 096/21. Due to current trends of the pandemic, combined with the national vaccination effort, policies for foreign and domestic leave and travel are returned to pre-COVID procedures as outlined in Military Assignments and Authorized Absences, COMDTINST M1000.8 (series). However, leave and travel approving officials should weigh individual member vaccination status (vaccinated versus unvaccinated) and site-specific COVID-19 conditions when conducting readiness risk assessment and approving leave and travel requests.

June 3, 2021

Increase in Leave Carryover Limits

ACN 055/21, COVID-19: Special Leave Accrual (SLA), announces updated SLA policy for Coast Guard military personnel.

March 26, 2021

Up to 15 days of resiliency absence for members assigned to major cutters

Update March 25,2021 - Per ACN 034/21, COVID-19 Major Cutter Resiliency Absence Update​, members who will be executing a PCS transfer in AY21, and are not able to use some or all of their Resiliency Absence days prior to executing their PCS orders, are now authorized to combine Resiliency Absence with their PCS travel, proceed time and leave.

March 11, 2021

Travel and leave policy returns to pre-pandemic status

With the exception of unofficial foreign travel, the Coast Guard has returned travel and leave approval procedures for military member to pre-pandemic status. All members should continue to make travel decisions based on the most recent travel guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

March 10, 2021

COVID-19: Calendar Year 2021 Travel and Leave SITREP 2

This ALCOAST cancels SITREP 1 (ALCOAST 046/21) and revises procedures for foreign/domestic leave and travel. Due to current trends of the pandemic combined with the national vaccination effort, leave and travel approval policies, except for unofficial foreign travel, are returned to pre-pandemic status. However, leave and travel approving officials should weigh individual member vaccination status (vaccinated versus un-vaccinated) and site specific location COVID-19 conditions when conducting readiness risk assessment and approving leave and travel requests.

Nov. 3, 2020

COVID-19: Travel and Leave Policy - Update 3

This ALCOAST cancels REF (A) and provides all Coast Guard (CG) members with travel and leave policy as it relates to the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). The intent of this ALCOAST is to update procedures for leave and foreign travel. This is in response to the changing force health protection posture in relation to COVID-19.

April 30, 2019

Reserve Leave Not Calculating Correctly

If member has reserve AD orders of exactly 30 days, DA does not credit 2.5 days of leave, therefore the SPO will need to submit a ticket to PPC to manually credit. Also, if a member has back to back consecutive reserve AD orders, where each order is less than 30 days individually, but combined consecutively equal 30 days, the SPO will also need to