Liaison Officers/Senior Country Representatives may impose restrictions on leave policy.

International Military Education and Training (IMET) trainees may be paid living allowances for leave and holidays during the period between consecutive courses. See the International Training Office for more details.

You are authorized to take leave upon completion of your course of instruction and before returning to you home country, if:

(1) you have been granted leave by your Invitational Travel Order,

(2) you have been granted leave by your Military Attaché in Washington, D.C. Written approval (in English) is required to amend your ITO not later than 15 days prior to completion of scheduled training, after coordinating such leave between you, the International Training Officer, and CONUS representative of your country.

Except for emergency leave, leave granted International Military Students (IMSs) should not interfere with, nor prolong the period of training. Coordinate emergency leave requests through the International Training Officer.
 
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