Did some searching but couldn't find anything in particular. So a week or so ago at work (PSNS) they put out that the OPNAV instruction revision that was signed recently no longer requires civilians to take a motorcycle safety course to get a sticker and ride on base. This also put out that they will no longer pay your wages for the day to take the course. So it had been that you had to take a course every three years and they only gave you a decal up to the month/year 3 years from the date on your MSF card. They also would give you admin leave or something similar if you were taking a course in the normal Monday thru Friday work week. Evidently your local region CO could still require the course for civilian riders but we haven't heard anything yet that contradicts the new OPNAV instruction. Any other info out there contradicting the instruction?