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Endless Summer  
#1 Posted : Saturday, May 2, 2020 5:30:52 PM(UTC)
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I though I knew the answer to this but after searching and digging through the JTR I'm stumped.

I PCS'd OCONUS, shipped only a small amount of stuff (thank God) and put the rest in Non-Temporary Storage back in the US. It looks like I'm going to get a job in another state and I wonder if I can have the NTS stuff delivered to the new location rather than to the address/city that it was picked up from.

I was pretty sure I'd seen somewhere that this was not allowed, that it had to go back to where it was taken from, but I can't find anything either way.

What's the scoop on this?
#2 Posted : Sunday, May 3, 2020 7:51:35 AM(UTC)

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If you’re on a PCS move to the new location, then your NTS will be delivered to the new location. We went through this when we PCSed from Japan in 2016.
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