April 22, 2020

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DOD Leave Leniency policy allows 120 days of leave to carry over

Every active duty service member earns 2.5 days of leave every month for a total of 30 days a year. Normally you are only allowed to carry over up to 60 days of unused leave at the start of the new fiscal year beginning October 1. That means, by September

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