How To Write A Leave Letter For Going Out Of Station?


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A leave letter is simply a letter written when you need some time away from work or school etc. The basic format for a leave letter would be as follows:
Dear (Name)
I am writing to request leave on (dates that you wish to have leave for.)
The reason I need this leave is because (State why you need leave, e.g. To visit a sick relative, a funeral, wedding, birthday etc.)
Yours Sincerely
A leave letter can be sent before you need to have the time off, however if you are unable to get in a leave letter before you are off, maybe because you yourself are ill, or a sudden event such as a someone suddenly falling quite ill or dying, you can call in or take in a doctor's note, once your able to get back into whatever position you are leaving.
From your question I am presuming you are asking how you would write a leave letter for going out of station, referring to an army, navy or air force station. Here the format of the letter would be just the same, however it is important to make sure that a leave letter is written and given in, as well as approved before leaving as there are strict rules within in any armed forces.
The armed forces of a country are its government-sponsored defense, fighting forces, and organizations. They exist to further the foreign and domestic policies of their governing body, and to defend that body and the nation it represents from external aggressors or forces that are perceived as a threat. In some countries paramilitary forces are included in a nation's armed forces. Armed force is the use of armed forces to achieve political objectives.

In most countries the armed forces are divided into three or four Armed Services: An army, a navy, and air force, and often a gendarmerie or a paramilitary police force. Gendarmeries including equivalents such as Internal Troops, Paramilitary Forces, etc. Are common in most of the world but are uncommon in Anglo-Saxon countries. A number of countries have no navy, for obvious geographical reasons.

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