The Air Force has changed its policy of automatically limiting or curtailing the orders of pregnant members of the Air Force Reserve serving on Active Duty for Operational Support (ADOS) orders at 34 weeks of pregnancy. Airmen who are pregnant or give birth while serving a continuous period of at least 12 months are eligible for up to 12 weeks of non-chargeable maternity leave during that order. Orders may not be extended to cover maternity leave and an interruption of ADOS orders to accomplish AT/IDTs constitutes a break in orders. Reservists not on 12-month continuous orders are permitted to continue serving on their current order under certain conditions. Review the full policy in the memo section of the HQ RIO Resources webpage and see this Military.com news article for more details. Questions or concerns should be directed to the member's servicing HQ RIO Detachment.