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The purpose of this guidance is to remind PCFOs of the allowable practices and limitations regarding the solicitation of deployed military personnel and clarify the definition of the official duty station for deployed troops solicited through the CFC.
Exception: The exception to this rule is when a Navy ship has been deployed but is still considered "homeported". In this instance, the local campaign should continue to solicit the troops.
In addition, if personnel deployed overseas wish to contribute to an organization in their home community that is not included in the National/International List, CFC-Overseas staff will refer them to the appropriate PCFO for assistance.
If you require further information or have questions regarding the DoD policy, please contact Steve Kelly at 703/588-8177. For information on the Overseas CFC Operations please contact Melissa Kidder at 703/979-1410.
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