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Tag: Family Separation Allowance

May 13, 2021

New Edition of the Family Separation Allowance Worksheet, CG-2035, Issued

The May 2021 edition of the Family Separation Allowance Worksheet is now available for use.

Jan. 14, 2021

Clarification of Continuous Duty On Board a Ship Required for FSA

ALCOAST Commandant Notice 004/21 implements the provision in Section 615 the 2021 NDAA that amends Subsection 427(a)(1)(B) of Title 37 U. S. Code to include the periods in home port before, during, and following a cutter’s deployment away from home port to be included in the 30 day qualifying period for FSA-S, so long as the with-dependent crewmembers (permanently or temporarily assigned) are ordered to remain aboard that vessel while in home port.

June 25, 2019

Effect of Short Homeport Visit on Family Separation Allowance (FSA-S) Entitlement

My cutter is on a 34 day patrol. If we pull into homeport for a Brief Stop for Logistics (6 hours to transfer personnel, mail, get food) on the 19th day of the patrol and grant no liberty ... would the crew still be entitled to FSA-S?