Pencil will not be accepted. All entries must be legible and complete. Make sure you have the version dated May Prior versions will not be accepted. Split disbursement is mandatory for service members, and optional for DOD civilians.
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The latest version of the form was released by the Department of Defense DoD in May and is still valid and in use today. An up-to-date fillable DD Form can be downloaded below or supplied through the chain of command.
The form was introduced to the DoD database in August and can be accessed through the link above. It is added to the DD in cases when there is not enough space for the travel itinerary on the main form. Travelers must submit accurately filled pay-ready vouchers in order to receive reimbursement on time. Boxes 2 through 11 are for your personal information. Enter your name, grade, SSN, full address and other required information into the corresponding boxes.
Leave Box 10 blank. List all of your dependents in Box 12, and point out if they had accompanied you during this trip. The next step is to mark whether household shipments were included in your expenses. Describe travel itinerary, mode of transportation and the duration of your trip in Boxes 15, 16, and 17 respectively. You can itemize all of your reimbursable expenses in Boxes 18 and Date and sign your voucher.
In order to be valid, your form has to be signed by a reviewer and an approving official. If you run out of space for the description of your routes, meals or other expenses, use the DD Form C for continuations. Box 29 is for any remarks you may have. You can only complete both of the DD forms using a ballpoint or ink pen or computer.
This document contains a detailed table of reimbursable expenditures. Here you can describe your lodging expenses, meals - excluding alcoholic beverages - laundry, and local transportation costs. The DD also has separate columns for other spendings, including reservation charges, tips given to porters, baggage carriers, hotel employees, etc.
All data in this form may be used by law enforcement to prevent fraud. The authorities can find out if the claimant is entitled to reimbursement for travel expenses according to the information provided. The disclosure of this data is voluntary, but failure to provide it may result in denial of the claimed amount. The last entry in Column D should be MC mission complete. Where to send DD Form ?
Form DD 1351-2 Travel Voucher or Subvoucher
The latest version of the form was released by the Department of Defense DoD in May and is still valid and in use today. An up-to-date fillable DD Form can be downloaded below or supplied through the chain of command. The form was introduced to the DoD database in August and can be accessed through the link above. It is added to the DD in cases when there is not enough space for the travel itinerary on the main form. Travelers must submit accurately filled pay-ready vouchers in order to receive reimbursement on time.
Filling in the DD1351-2 Form
Bar Skip to main content Press Enter. The Army PCS travel Voucher Guide includes line-by-line instructions for how to fill out the DD Form, including information for a different variety of situation, such as when the service member moves at a different time from the family. Those details are beyond the scope of this article, but you can find an excellent reference with downloadable checklists at The Ultimate PCS Guide to Packing Out. Temporary Lodging Allowance is paid for up to 60 days for temporary and meal expenses for service members and their family who at waiting for permanent housing in an overseas move. Go to your nearest travel office to make flight arrangements. Most Recent Military Pay Articles.
AF FORM 1351-2 PDF
Mekree For this reason, if you are thinking about making a PPM, make sure that can accomplish the move for less than a government arranged move. Depending on your system, this may happen without any further authorization. Which is right for you? We are considering a PPM because we do not have to move.