Entry on AD to 30 days
One month AD, but less than 12
Twelve months to 40 years AD
Table 4-9. Length of service codes.
NOTE: Do not use unknown ( ZZZ) for AD U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force,
Reserve/National Guard or USMA cadets.
4-19. EXPIRATION OF TERM OF SERVICE (ETS)
a. Source of data. Admission interview. (Item 9, ITRCS).
b. Enter the date of ETS for military patients or the expiration date of Department
of Defense (DD) Form 1173, Uniformed Services Identification and Privilege Card for
dependent family members. For all other patients, leave this field blank.
4-20. FAMILY MEMBER P REFIX (FMP) (FIELD 11, COLUMNS 35 THROUGH 36)
a. Source of data. Admission interview. (Item 11, ITRCS).
b. Enter the family member prefix (FMP) from table 4-10. This is a required field
for all patients and may not be zero-filled.
c. An eligible spouse (or eligible former spouse) and children are given an FMP
in the order that they become the sponsor's dependents. The sponsor's children
include those preadopted, adopted, legitimate, illegitimate, and stepchildren.
d. If a sponsor remarries, the new spouse takes the next higher number in the
thirty series; i.e., the first spouse is coded 3 and the second spouse is coded 31. A
former spouse eligible to deliver in a military MTF is coded in the 3 series, and the
newborn child is coded as beneficiary authorized by statute (9-95).