Temporary Limited Duty

TEMPORARY LIMITED DUTY (TLD)

 

Temporary Limited Duty Definition:  The assignment of an active duty member to a duty status for a specified time, with certain medical limitations or restrictions concerning the duties the member may perform.  An active duty member is assigned in a TLD status when the medical condition is temporary and the medical provider expects the member to return to duty (RTD) in the specified period of time (usually up to two 6-month periods not to exceed 12-months consecutively).

 

ACTIVE DUTY OFFICERS

 

ACTIVE DUTY ENLISTED

 

References: 

MPM 1301-225 (Officers)

MPM 1306-1200 (Series) (Enlisted)

MPM 1306-1700 (Series) for Availabilities

NAVMED P-117 Ch. 18, Manual of the Medical Department

SECNAVINST 1850.4 (Series)

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