37 USC 411g - Travel and transportation allowances: transportation incident to voluntary extensions of overseas tours of duty

(a) Under regulations prescribed by the Secretary concerned, a member of a uniformed service who
(1) is stationed outside the United States; and
(2) voluntarily agrees to extend his overseas tour of duty for a period equal to at least one-half of the overseas tour prescribed for his permanent duty station;

may be paid the transportation allowance described in subsection (b) for himself and each dependent who is authorized to, and does, accompany him.

(b) The transportation allowance authorized by subsection (a) is an allowance provided

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(1) in connection with authorized leave; and
(2) for the cost of transportation
(A) from a members permanent duty station to a place approved by the Secretary concerned and from that place to his permanent duty station; or
(B) from a members permanent duty station to a place no farther distant than his home of record (if he is a member without dependents) and from that place to his permanent duty station.
(c) The transportation allowance authorized by subsection (a) may not be provided to an enlisted member who, with respect to an extension of duty described in subsection (a)
(1) elects to receive special pay under section 314 of this title for duty performed during such extension of duty; or
(2) elects to receive rest and recuperative absence or transportation at Government expense, or any combination thereof, under section 705 of title 10 for such extension of duty.
(d) The authority under this section shall expire on October 1, 1989.