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Assignment/Transfer Policy | Effective: 03AUG2011 | Revised: 03AUG2011
Upon joining the Colonial Defense Forces, members are assigned to the chapter geographically nearest to them, unless they request to be assigned to a specific chapter in their application.
Generally, members will be eligible to transfer only every 6 months.
Members who do not elect assignment to a specific chapter at the time of joining, are allowed to transfer once, to the chapter of their choosing within six(6) months of joining the Colonial Defense Forces.
1) Contact your current CO and inform them of your desire to transfer, and have them contact Fleet Communications with their approval or denial and reasons for same.
2) Contact the CO of the chapter you wish to transfer to and inform them of your desire to transfer, and have them contact Fleet Communications with their approval or denial and reasons for same.
3) Contact Fleet Communications to inform them of your current chapter name and position and your desired chapter name and position.
4) Wait for Fleet Communications to confirm that both chapter CO's have been notified, verify your eligibility to transfer, to approve and record, or deny your transfer.
If your transfer is denied, Fleet Communications will contact you and both CO's involved with any reasons, and possible suggestions as to how to overcome the reasons for denial.
Newly Launched Chapters (NLC's):
There are two(2) kinds of NLC's. Newly Launched Chapter-Internal (NLCI) and Newly Launched Chapter-External (NLCE). NLCI's are made up of crew already members of the CDF, NLCE's are made up of crew coming into the CDF.
NLCE's: must meet the minimum requirements for senior staffing prior to being commissioned.
NLCI's: All officers and crew wishing to form an NLCI, must meet the six(6) month service requirement to be eligible to transfer to the NLCI. NLCI's must also meet the minimum crew requirements prior to commissioning.
All transfer requests are processed and handled by Fleet Communications, launching of all chapters are handled by Fleet Operations. If you are launching an NLCE or an NLCI, you will need to confer with Fleet Communications to verify staffing and eligibility requirements are met before contacting Fleet Operations concerning commissioning and issuing of a registry number.