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Space-A Final

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C6.1.3. Leave Status for Travel. Uniformed Services members on active duty must be in a leave or pass status to register for space-available travel, remain in a leave or pass status while awaiting travel, and be in a leave or pass status the entire period of travel

The sponsor must obtain documentation (letter) verifying command sponsorship from their current unit commander. Each letter is valid for one round trip from the sponsor's overseas PCS duty location; however, as long as they are moving towards their declared destination they should be allowed to transit other locations. There is no limit on the number of letters a commander may issue. Dependents must present a copy to the servicing air passenger terminal, and shall retain a copy in their possession during travel. If passengers have not used their letter or completed their Space-A travel within ninety (90) days from the date of issuance, a new letter is required from the sponsor's commander.


What is Space A?
In a nutshell!
Space-A or Space-Available air travel on DoD owned or controlled aircraft. When
mission and cargo loads allow, there are often seats made available to eligible passengers. With a
little patience and flexibility, you can travel all over the world at almost no cost.
How Does Space A Work?
You must compete for seats
Okay, it's not as hard as fighting 300 Spartans
However you do compete with your category and
then with your date and time of sign
up within your category
Space-A Categories 1-6
Category 1- Emergency Leave
An Emergency Involving an
Immediate Family member
-Mother/Father
-Brother/Sister
-Son/Daughter
-In Loco Parentis
Orders are cut to provide either
mil or commercial transportation

An Emergency Not Involving
Immediate family
-Grandmother/Grandfather
-Aunt/Uncle
Must have leave form and either a red cross case number or a memo from the doctor or your commander (with contact information) to apply for cat 1 upgrade
Know Your Entitlements
Category 2- Environmental Moral Leave
Definition- A Service member assigned to an
overseas duty location that includes extraordinarily difficult living conditions or adverse environmental conditions that would offset the full benefits of annual leave programs may obtain EML

Category 3- Ordinary Leave & HH Permissive TDY
-C6.1.3. Leave Status for Travel. Uniformed Services members on active duty must be in a leave or pass status to register for space-available travel, remain in a leave or pass status while awaiting travel, and be in a leave or pass status the entire period of travel
-Dependents of a member of the Uniformed
Services when accompanied by their sponsor in a leave status other than emergency leave (use Category I)

Category 4- Unaccompanied
Command Sponsored Dependent
Whose Sponsor is Deployed
When Do I Get Upgraded?
21.1.3
-Unaccompanied dependents of deployed
uniformed service members, when the deployment orders indicate the deployment is between 30 and 364 consecutive days, are authorized to travel Space-A unaccompanied
in Category IV.
- If the deployment period is 365 or more consecutive days, the unaccompanied dependents are authorized Category III travel. Unaccompanied
dependents traveling in this category will only be selected after all active duty Service
Members and accompanying family members are accommodated.

How Long Is The Letter Valid?
-This authorization is only valid for the duration of the deployment period of the deployed
military member and may be used for multiple Space-A trips during this period.
Category 5- Unaccompanied
Command/Non-Command Sponsored Dependents
21.1.1. Command Sponsored
Dependent Travel Program. The intent of this program is to afford command sponsored dependents relief from their overseas duty location.

21.1.1.1. Travel is authorized Overseas-CONUS, CONUS-Overseas and Overseas-Overseas. Once a dependent lands in the CONUS, their onward travel is complete unless they are manifested on an aircraft that is only transiting the en route CONUS location or transiting a CONUS location is required, i.e. EDF-HIK with fuel stop at SUU.

21.1.2. Non-Command Sponsored Dependent Travel Program. The intent of this program is to visit the sponsor's unaccompanied overseas duty location, not to rendezvous at another location.

21.1.2.1. Travel is authorized to the sponsor's unaccompanied permanent PCS location. Travel under this program is not authorized when the sponsor is on TDY/TAD orders.

The sponsor must obtain documentation (letter) verifying command sponsorship from their current unit commander. Each letter is valid for one round trip from the sponsor's overseas PCS duty location; however, as long as they are moving towards their declared destination they should be allowed to transit other locations. There is no limit on the number of letters a commander may issue. Dependents must present a copy to the servicing air passenger terminal, and shall retain a copy in their possession during travel. If passengers have not used their letter or completed their Space-A travel within ninety (90) days from the date of issuance, a new letter is required from the sponsor's commander.
Category 6
Retirees/Guard and Reserve Personnel
When not on Active Duty, authorized National Guard members and Reservists as well as authorized Reserve component members entitled to retired pay at age 60 (gray area retirees) may fly within the CONUS and directly within/ between the CONUS and Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, and American Samoa (Guam and American Samoa travelers may transit Hawaii or Alaska). Dependents are not authorized to travel Space A with these members
Reserves or Guard placed on active duty in excess of 30 days may travel Space A to any location authorized for Space A travel on presentation of a Military ID Card, orders placing the member active duty, and a valid leave authorization or evidence of pass status as required by the Service concerned. Dependents are authorized to travel when accompanied by members on active duty in excess of 30 days.

I'm signed up and ready
to fly now what do i do?
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What You Need
-Military ID
(For dependents 10 and over)
-Passport
-Visa/Esta/Residency card
-Command Sponsorship
Letter
What You Need
-Military ID
-Leave/Pass Form
(if traveling to a country other than the U.S. your passport is needed)
If traveling with Dependents
they will need
-Military ID
(For ages 10 and over)
-Passport/Visa
DOD 4515.13-R
Air
Transportation
Eligibility
DODI 1327.06
Leave and Liberty
Policy
The
Joint Travel
Regulations
When Can I Sign Up?
21.1.3.2.
-Eligible dependents may sign-up for Space-A travel no earlier than 10 days
prior to sponsor's deployment and shall remain on the register for a maximum of 60
days. They may, however, re-sign up with a new date and time. They are eligible to
commence travel effective on the first day of sponsor's deployment and must be
completed by the last day of the military member's deployment.
Where Can I Fly?
21.1.3.1. Space-A travel is authorized to and from CONUS and OCONUS, between
CONUS locations, and Overseas-Overseas
Cat 1
- Emergency Leave

Cat 2
- Environmental Moral Leave (EML)
Cat 3
- Ordinary Leave/Permissive TDY (House Hunting)
Cat 4
- Unaccompanied Dependents on EML/Spouses of Deployed Members
Cat 5
- Unaccompanied Non/Command Sponsored Dependents, Permissive TDY
Cat 6
- Retired and Reserve Component Members
The Pacific Command
EML Program
The European Command
EML Program
First Stop
Passenger Service Counter
CHECK-IN
Where Do I Find All This
Information?
AMC'S Website
www.amc.af.mil/amctravel
C-17
Globemaster III
C130
Hercules
C-5 Galaxy
KC10
Extender
Maximum pax
on over-water
flights: 74
Permanently
installed seats:
54 pax
Airline seats (permanently
installed):
73 pax/troops
Airline seats (Code A):
8 Pax
Airline seats (Code B):
10 Pax
Airline seats (Code D):
65 Pax
random notes
11.5. Expired Leave Orders. Active Duty military members whose leave orders have expired
shall be allowed to remain on the Space-A register if they are attempting to have leave
extended. These personnel should not be moved until their leave is extended, but if there are
extenuating circumstances, the passenger service officer/detachment commander/NCOIC
may elect to authorize movement. Leave extensions shall be accepted based on verbal
confirmation of the passenger. If declared AWOL, report them to the security forces/airport
police
11.8. Passengers shall retain their original date/time of sign-up from the point of origin to the
final destination, provided they are continuing to geographically move to their declared final
destination. Ensure the passenger's final destination is annotated on the boarding pass.

two pieces
of baggage not to exceed 70 pounds each (140 pounds total) and 62 linear inches (the sum of
the length plus the width plus the height). Single items exceeding 70 pounds and/or 62 linear
inches shall be counted as two pieces and, therefore, fulfill the allowance for a passenger.
Space-R passengers may purchase space for personal excess baggage.
Items exceeding 100 pounds and or
80 linear inches shall not be accepted.
Space-Available
VS.
Space-Required
Space-R Categories 1-4
Cat 1
- Emergency
Cat 2
- Urgent (Deadline Travel)
Cat 3
- Urgent (Important)
Cat 4
- All Other
(Space-R)
(Space-A
Upgrade)
Civilians, U.S. citizens, stationed overseas employees of:
(1)The Uniformed Services; or
(2) NAF activities and whose travel from the CONUS, Alaska, or Hawaii was incident to a PCS assignment at NAF expense
What You Need
-Military ID
(For dependents 10 and over)
-Passport
-Visa/Esta/Residency card
-Command Sponsorship
Letter
Next Have a Seat Until Roll Call Begins
ROLL CALL
Each passenger
is authorized:
2 Checked bags
up to 70lbs or
62 linear inches
1 Carry-on
1 Personal Item
*Space-A Pax are NOT authorized excess baggage*
Relax in the gate until it's time to board
*Reminder* you must pass through security
to enter the gate area, all TSA rules apply.
No liquids gels or aerosols over 3.4oz
or sharp objects such as knifes leathermen
or multi-tools.
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