Service Regulations and Orders


Army

Army Regulation (AR) 600-8-14, "Identification Cards for Member of the Uniformed Services, their Eligible Family Members and other Eligible Personnel," June 17, 2009 This regulation provides guidance on the receipt of ID Cards for dependent children who become incapacitated prior to age twenty-one, are incapable of self-support and remain entitled to benefits and privileges authorized by the Uniformed Services, if medical sufficiency is met and the sponsor is providing over 50 percent of their support.

AR 600-20, "Army Command Policy," April 27, 2010 This regulation prescribes the policy and responsibility of command, which includes well-being of the force, military and personal discipline and conduct, the Army Equal Opportunity Program, prevention of sexual harassment, and the Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program. Paragraph 5-5 of the regulation contains guidance regarding family care plans.

AR 608-75, "Exceptional Family Member Program," February 24, 2011 This regulation outlines the policies and procedures for the Exceptional Family Member Program in the Army.

Marine Corps

Marine Corps Order (MCO) P1000.6G, "Assignment, Classification, and Travel Systems Manual (ACTS Manual), May 6, 1999 This manual provides policy and guidance for the classification, distribution, assignment and transfer of officers and enlisted personnel and their dependents.

MCO P1300.8R, "Marine Corps Personnel Assignment Policy", October 4, 1994 This manual provides guidance on the assignment and permanent change of station transfers and policy for overseas movement of Marines.

MCO 1740.13B, "Family Care Plans", March 26, 2012 This order publishes policy and establishes procedures for family care plans of Marines and other emergency essential civilian personnel who are single parents; dual military couples with dependents; Marines who otherwise bear sole responsibility for the care of children under the age of nineteen; or Marines with family members who are unable to care for themselves in the Marine's absence.

MCO P1754.4B, "Exceptional Family Member Program", Sept 20, 2010 This order disseminates policy and assigns responsibilities for the Marine Corps Exceptional Family Member Program.

MCO P5512.11D, "Identification Cards for Member of the Uniformed Services, their Eligible Family Members and other Eligible Personnel," June 17, 2009 This order provides guidance on the receipt of ID Cards for dependent children who become incapacitated prior to age twenty-one, are incapable of self-support, and remain entitled to benefits and privileges authorized by the Uniformed Services, if medical sufficiency is met and the sponsor is providing over 50 percent of their support.

Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV) Instruction 1300.14D, "Suitability Screening for Overseas and Remote Duty Assignment," April 9, 2007 This instruction publishes Navy policy and guidance for determining suitability of Navy personnel and family members for overseas or remote duty assignments.

OPNAV Instruction 1754.2D, "Exceptional Family Member (EFM) Program," November 3, 2010 This instruction issues Navy policy and guidance for identifying sponsors who have Exceptional Family Members with special medical, psychological, or special educational needs.

OPNAV Instruction 1740.4D, "US Navy Family Care Policy," October 27, 2009 This instruction is designed to assist members in developing executable family care plans and establish procedural requirements.

Secretary of the Navy (SECNAV) Instruction 1754.5B, "Family Readiness Groups", March 31, 2011 This instruction provides policy, procedures and assigns responsibilities for the Exceptional Family Member Program and applies to all units in the Navy and Marine Corps.

Bureau of Naval Personnel (BUPERS) Instruction 1750.10C, "Identification Cards for Member of the Uniformed Services, their Eligible Family Members and other Eligible Personnel," June 17, 2009 This instruction provides guidance on the receipt of ID Cards for dependent children who become incapacitated prior to age twenty-one, are incapable of self-support, and remain entitled to benefits and privileges authorized by the Uniformed Services, if medical sufficiency is met and the sponsor is providing over 50 percent of their support.

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) Instruction 1300.2A, "Suitability Screening, Medical Assignment Screening and Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Identification and Enrollment," June 23, 2006 This instruction provides guidance, procedures and responsibilities for the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) enrollment, the Central Screening Committees, and EFMP managers. The medical, dental, and educational Suitability Screening checklists and worksheets for overseas assignments are also contained in this instruction.

BUMED Instruction 1755.1, "Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS) Early Intervention Services (EIS)," October 17, 2005 This instruction assigns responsibilities and provides guidance and procedures specific to the provision of EIS by Navy EDIS programs.

BUMED Instruction 1755.2, "Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS)," October 5, 2005 This instruction outlines polices and responsibilities for EDIS within the Department of the Navy.

Navy

OPNAV Instruction 1300.14D, "Suitability Screening for Overseas and Remote Duty Assignment," April 9, 2007 This instruction publishes Navy policy and guidance for determining suitability of Navy personnel and family members for overseas or remote duty assignments.

OPNAV Instruction 1754.2D, "Exceptional Family Member (EFM) Program," November 3, 2010 This instruction issues Navy policy and guidance for identifying sponsors who have Exceptional Family Members with special medical, psychological, or special educational needs.

OPNAV Instruction 1740.4D, "US Navy Family Care Policy," October 27, 2009 This instruction is designed to assist members in developing executable family care plans and establish procedural requirements.

BUPERS Instruction 1750.10C, "Identification Cards for Member of the Uniformed Services, their Eligible Family Members and other Eligible Personnel," June 17, 2009 This instruction provides guidance on the receipt of ID Cards for dependent children who become incapacitated prior to age twenty-one, are incapable of self-support, and remain entitled to benefits and privileges authorized by the Uniformed Services, if medical sufficiency is met and the sponsor is providing over 50 percent of their support.

BUMED Instruction 1300.3A, "Suitability Screening for Individuals Nominated for Individual Augmentee and Support Assignments to Overseas Contingency Operations and Specific Temporary Additional Duty Assignments," July 6, 2010 This instruction provides guidance, procedures and responsibilities for the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) enrollment, the Central Screening Committees, and EFMP managers. The medical, dental, and educational Suitability Screening checklists and worksheets for overseas assignments are also contained in this instruction.

BUMED Instruction 1755.1, "Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS) Early Intervention Services (EIS)," October 17, 2005 This instruction assigns responsibilities and provides guidance and procedures specific to the provision of EIS by Navy EDIS programs.

BUMED Instruction 1755.2, "Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS)," October 5, 2005 This instruction outlines polices and responsibilities for EDIS within the Department of the Navy.

Air Force

Air Force Instruction (AFI) 36-2908, "Family Care Plans," October 1, 2000 incorporating Change 1 as of August 18, 2010 This instruction establishes responsibilities and outlines procedures governing family care plans for Air Force personnel.

AFI 36-3026(IP), "Identification Cards for Member of the Uniformed Services, their Eligible Family Members and other Eligible Personnel," June 17, 2009 This instruction provides guidance on the receipt of ID Cards for dependent children who become incapacitated prior to age twenty-one, are incapable of self-support, and remain entitled to benefits and privileges authorized by the Uniformed Services, if medical sufficiency is met and the sponsor is providing over 50 percent of their support.

Air Force Policy Directive (AFPD) 40-6, "Educational and Developmental Intervention Services," June 11, 2014 This directive establishes policies that the Air Force Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS) will use to ensure the highest standards of practice and care are applied to all aspects of intervention for eligible children with disabilities and their families.

AFPD 40-7, "Special Needs Identification and Assignment Coordination," September 4, 2013 This directive establishes policies for the Air Force Special Needs Identification and Assignment Coordination (SNIAC) process.

AFI 40-701, "Special Needs Identification and Assignment Coordination," November 19, 2014 This instruction describes the responsibilities of Air Force personnel with regard to the SNIAC process, in Military Treatment Facilities (MTFs), the Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC), and in other agencies that are instrumental to the implementation and operation of the Air Force SNIAC process.

Coast Guard

Commandant Instruction (COMDINST) 1754.7B, "Coast Guard Special Needs Program," May 20, 2013 This instruction provides policy and guidance concerning the Coast Guard Special Needs Program.

COMDINST 1754.12, "Management of Family Advocacy and Special Needs Cases," April 3, 1997 This instruction establishes policy and procedures for managing family advocacy and special needs cases within the Coast Guard. Special needs cases include family members with diagnosed long-term medical, physical, psychological, educational, and/or mental conditions.

COMDINST M5512.1A, "Identification Cards for Member of the Uniformed Services, their Eligible Family Members and other Eligible Personnel," January 8, 2010 This manual promulgates inter-Service policy supporting the preparation, issuance, use, accounting for, and disposal of identification cards issued by the Uniformed Services.


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