Register of the Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps and Reserve Officers on Active Duty
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1930
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Page 414 - That hereafter longevity pay for officers in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Public Health Service, and Coast and Geodetic Survey shall be based on the total of all service in any or all of said services,
Page 480 - That nothing contained in this Act shall operate to reduce the pay of any officer on the active list below the pay to which he is entitled by reason of his grade and length of service on June 30, 1922, not including additional pay authorized by the Act entitled "An Act to increase the efficiency of the commissioned and enlisted personnel of the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Coast and...
Page 481 - That when the total of base pay, pay for length of service and allowances for subsistence and rental of quarters...
Page 414 - When the total of pay and allowances exceed $7,200, the rental allowance shall be reduced by the amount i
Page 3 - Advanced for extraordinary heroism during the War with Spain. • Advanced for eminent and conspicuous conduct in battle during the Philippine campaign. ' Advanced for eminent and conspicuous conduct in battle during the Peking Relief Expedition.
Page 464 - Corps his physical, mental, and professional fitness for the performance of line duty. [That for the purpose of advancement in rank to and including the grade of colonel, all commissioned officers of the line and staff of the Marine Corps shall be placed on a common list in the order of seniority each would hold had he remained continuously in the line. All advancements in rank to captain, major, lieutenant colonel, and colonel shall, subject to the usual examinations...
Page 482 - Less than 4 years' service Over 4 years' service Overs years' service Over 12 years' service Over IB years' service Over 20 First grade: years' service Quartermaster sergeant -. Master technical sergeant (mess) - $126.
Page 414 - Base pay first 4 years' service Base pay plus 10 percent second 4 years' service Base pay plus 15 percent third 4 years' service Base pay plus 20 percent fourth 4 years...
Page 337 - Retired with rank of next higher grade to that held on active list under the provisions of section 5, act approved April 16, 1908.