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SECNAV Instruction 1770.3D (17 March 2006) MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSITION OF INCAPACITATION AND INCAPACITATION BENEFITS FOR MEMBERS OF NAVY AND MARINE CORPS RESERVE COMPONENTS

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3. Policy. Per references (a) through (f), Navy and Marine Corps Reservists who incur or aggravate injuries, illnesses, or diseases during periods of active duty, inactive duty training, funeral honors duty, while traveling directly to or from such duty or training or while remaining overnight immediately before the commencement of or between successive periods of such duty are eligible for incapacitation benefits. Incapacitation benefits available to eligible members may include inpatient or outpatient medical and dental treatment, and/or incapacitation pay, separation pay or disability retirement. Per reference (e) members, with their consent, may also be ordered to, or continued on, active duty to complete authorized medical care, be medically evaluated for disability or to complete a required Department of Defense healthcare study, which may include an associated medical evaluation. All concerned should give priority to careful management of this program to ensure the protection of both the Reservists rights and benefits and the Services interest in prompt resolution of cases. For disability retirement and/or separation purposes only, a Reservist who incurs or aggravates an injury, illness, or disease in the Line of Duty (LOD) shall be evaluated per reference (g).