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United States Navy
Village Forum Bldg.
Gricignano di Aversa Italy 81030
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All incoming civilians are required to obtain a Missione Visa prior to arrival in Italy. Military members will continue to be admitted into the country on military ID and travel orders alone. All family members, DoD Civilians and their dependents must have both an Official or a No-fee passport, and a Visa. Dependents who are citizens of European Union countries do not require a Visa. DoD Civilians must have an Italian Visa that reads "Missione" (visa for mission). Thus, all military dependents, including children, DoD civilian and their dependents traveling on orders must possess an Official or No-fee passport with a Mission Visa placed in it.
Contractors (and their dependents) as well must also have a Visa that reads "Missione" placed in the tourist passport. No other type of visa will be accepted for mission purposes.
A Sojourner's Permit is required for all military family members, DOD civilian employees, Contractors and their family members. Application must be made within 8 days of arriving in Italy. This document, which is issued by the Italian government, permits civilians to legally reside in Italy. Before you travel to Italy, you must have all necessary documents for this permit. Specifically, you must have a Mission Visa, issued by the Italian Embassy or Consulate outside of Italy, stamped on your no-fee U.S. passport. It is essential to work with your sponsor and new command to ensure you have all of your documents before you depart for Italy.
MILPERSMAN 1300-300 The Navy's Suitability Screening Program is used to determine the suitability of Sailors and their dependents for overseas or remote assignments. Consecutive Overseas Tours (COT) requires transferring commands to re-screen service members and their families transferring from overseas to overseas.
What is a Navy overseas screening?
The purpose of an Overseas Suitability Screening (OSS) is to identify medical, dental, educational and potential duty limiting conditions or requirements of both service and family members.
The responsibility for determining suitability rests with the CO of the transferring command. The CO must ascertain whether the service member or family member(s) possess any performance, disciplinary, financial, psychological, medical, dental or educational attributes which would preclude them from conducting themselves as worthy representatives of the United States in a foreign country. CO's of the transferring command are responsible for providing a suitability determination for the service member to Navy Personnel Command and the gaining command within 30 calendar days. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
MIHA - The Move In Housing Allowance is a "one time" allowance used to ease the financial burden of moving into economy quarters. It helps to defray the costs of additional cabinets, light fixtures, and various other items for your home. Allowance is not offered to personnel who choose to live in government quarters.
OHA - The Overseas Housing Allowance is a variable allowance that fluctuates with the price of the Euro. OHA changes very often due to the fluctuating Euro rate.
COLA - The Cost of Living Allowance is a variable allowance that is closely monitored to ensure that all service members receive an increase in the money required to survive the cost of living fluctuations. Naples is considered a high cost of living area. COLA also changes very often due to the fluctuating Euro rate.
Contractors (and their family members) as well must also have a Visa that reads "Missione" placed in the tourist passport. No other type of visa will be accepted for mission purposes.
Defense Service Network (DSN) Dialing Instructions
The DSN is the provider of long-distance communications service for the Department of Defense (DoD). Every installation has a special DSN number and the numbers vary by world-wide location. In order to place a call using DSN, the caller must be using a military phone on an installation. Cell phones cannot dial DSN numbers. When dialing a DSN number from a United States installation to another United States installation, it is unnecessary to dial the DSN 312 area code. When dialing a DSN number to/from overseas locations, the DSN area code must be included. The operator can be reached at commercial (719) 567-1110. Please note that long distance charges may be incurred. DSN for calling Europe (314) area code.
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