OK can anyone put this one to bed: I relate to a letter in Soldier Magazine regarding entitlement to Get You Home (Travel) for a married accompanied soldier living in SFA who owns his own property elsewhere which is not rented. He questions whether or not he is entitled to GYH(T). The response stated that he was entitled to GYH(T) and prior to JPA should have been entitled to GYH(SA). I live in a MQ with my wife and own my own house some 200 miles away in the UK which I try to get back to as much as possible. It is not rented and I pay all the bills, my kids live in the house (My son 18 because he is at college in the area and my daughter 24 who is not married and works locally), yeh I know I`m a sucker. After reading the letter I approached my Admin Office who read the regulations differently, and are not willing to cough up, although they do agree that they are ambiguous and are seeking clarification. Aim. The aim of Get You Home (GYH) Travel is to support and improve retention by reducing the impact of separation on Service personnel and, where applicable, their immediate family. It achieves this by assisting Service personnel, who have the opportunity to return to their Qualifying Residence (QRes), with the costs of their travel where the duty unit and the QRes are within the same Theatre. It is paid as a daily rate. Theye decypher the "Reducing the impact of separation on Service personnel, and where applicable, thier immediate family" to mean that if Married Accompanied you are ineligible as you are not separated, however para 05.0204 Qualifying Residence says that "The QRes for the purpose of GYH Travel must be one of the following: a. The Familiy Home b. Privately Maintained Property. c. RWA (With some other criteria. This would point out that even if you are married if you have a privately maintained property you qualify, my Admin Office believes that the QRes should be suffixed with the appropriate Married CATs and are seeking a ruling. I would like to think that that the regulations now cater for married accompanied servicemen and women to be re-imbursed in order for them to return to non rented properties during stand down periods for the purpose of stability and maintenance - am I right?? It seems that some people in my situation are getting the cash and others like me are not.............???