Navy Families Granted Delayed PCS Travel


Washington, DC - Great news for Navy families who are facing a permanent change of station—or PCS—there’s a new rule to allow delayed travel for a service member’s spouse and family. Currently, the Navy would only approve requests to delay dependent travel until the end of the current school term—meaning either June or December. Under the new policy, that takes effect immediately, Navy families are now authorized to join their sailor at the end of the school year.

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