How many travel days do you get for PCS?

How many travel days do you get for PCS?

1) Official Travel Time: A traveler who is authorized PCS travel by POV is allowed one day of travel for the first 400 miles between authorized points. For any distance greater than 400 miles, the traveler is allowed another day of travel for every additional 350 miles.

Do you get per diem for PCS?

Service members, civilian employees, and dependents receive per diem for authorized travel days during a PCS. Service members, civilian employees, and dependents must use the mode of transportation most advantageous to the Government. Within the CONUS, a POV is usually the most advantageous for PCS transportation.

How much do you get paid for a PCS move?

How is it figured? MALT is paid at the rate of $0.16 a mile based on the official distance between duty stations. It does not matter how many travelers are in a vehicle. If you are authorized to use more than one vehicle for the PCS travel, the $0.16/mile is authorized for each vehicle.

How long does it take to get PCS travel pay?

As of November 12, current travel voucher turn around processing time is 7 business days. (Allow 3 – 5 business days for payment to deposit in your financial institution account once processing is complete.) Travel vouchers are processed in the order they are received.

Do you get Bah while on PCS leave?

BAH-Partial is not authorized during proceed time, leave en route, and travel time on a permanent change of station (PCS) move unless the member is assigned to single type Government quarters and not authorized BAH or OHA. The Secretary of Defense establishes BAH-RC rates.

How much can you make off a DITY move?

The only thing different with a DITY move, or a partial DITY move, is that you’ll also be given an allowance based upon the weight of the items that you moved and the distance covered. In general, you are paid 95% of the amount it would have cost the military to have professional movers move you.

Can I take leave during a PCS?

Service members can get delay-en-route leave in conjunction with a PCS move. Whenever feasible, they will be authorized annual leave, provided no excess leave is involved. For example, a commander can approve leave so a member can take vacation days on the way to the new duty station.

Do you get reimbursed for hotels during PCS?

Staying in hotels is the most common way military families get from point A to point B during a PCS move. But even though hotels can be reimbursed on a PCS travel claim, they are often an expensive and frustrating part of a PCS move.

What are the entitlements of the PCS Program?

PCS Entitlements for Separating or Retiring Military Service Members. Monetary Allowance in Lieu of Transportation (MALT) Plus (Per Diem) Dependent Travel Personally Procured Moves (PPM) Advance Payments

Where do I Send my PCs travel claim?

All other entitlements cannot be paid until after the actual date of the ETS/Separation or Retirement. Note: The reviewer signature is not required. Send the PCS travel claim to DFAS Rome. Personally Procured Move (PPM) claims must be sent to the last Transportation Office for processing.

How to check the status of a military PCs voucher?

Check the status of your voucher with the Online Payment Status Tool. or contact the Customer Care Center 1-888-332-7411 DFAS processes Military PCS vouchers for Army Military Members only. All other services, please contact your finance office for travel pay assistance. Upload your travel voucher and supporting documents online!

Are there any per diem allowances in the military?

The military will reimburse you for mileage and some travel costs. This entitlement is Monetary Allowance in Lieu of Transportation, or MALT, and includes a per diem allowance too. Contact your personnel office for more information. Civilian employees should contact their human resources office for permanent change of station allowance questions.