Promotion and involuntary retirement of regular officers in the armed services. Hearing before a subcommittee, Eighty-sixth Congress, first session on S. 1795, a bill amending Title 10, United States Code, to revise certain provisions relating to the promotion, and involuntary retirement of officers of the regular components of the armed forces. June 17, 1959 by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services.

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Code Edition, Supplement 4, Title Armed Forces, Subtitle A: General Military Law, Part II: Personnel, Chapter Promotion, Separation, and Involuntary Retirement of Officers on the Active-Duty List, Sections § Removal from a promotion list § Regular warrant officers twice failing of selection for promotion: involuntary retirement or separation § a.

Enhanced authority for selective early discharges § Selective retirement § Warrant officer active-duty list: exclusions § Definitions. Periodical United States Code: Promotion, Separation, and Involuntary Retirement of Officers on the Active-Duty List, 10 U.S.C.

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T h e p o r t i o n s affected by this administrative revision are File Size: 1MB. Original Appointments of Regular Officers in Grades above Warrant Officer Grades 33A.

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Retired government employees who missed out on their promotions due to late meetings of the committees deciding on such departmental elevations will now be able to avail its post-retirement benefits.

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Searchable text of the 10 USC tA - PROMOTION, SEPARATION, AND INVOLUNTARY RETIREMENT OF OFFICERS ON THE ACTIVE-DUTY LIST (US Code), including Notes, Amendments, and Table of. Armed Forces 10 USC - Computation of Years of Service: Voluntary Retirement; Regular and Reserve Commissioned Officers (a) For the purpose of determining whether an officer of the Air Force may be retired under section, or of this.

Application: Officers will receive written notification of non-selection for promotion. Retirement applications for RA officers will be submitted to local transition centers pursuant to ARchapter 6, for processing to HRC. The standard month submission timeframe for retirement applications will be waived for TERA submissions.

Officers of a regular component are not discharged upon retirement. They remain subject to the UCMJ by: ART. PERSONS SUBJECT TO THIS CHAPTER (a) The following persons are subject to this chapter: (4) Retired members of a regular component of the armed forces who are entitled to pay.

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File Size: 82KB. Chapter 33 — Original Appointments of Regular Officers in Grades Above Warrant Officer Grades Chapter 33A − Appointment, Promotion, and Involuntary Separation and Retirement for Members on the Warrant Officer Active-Duty List.

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The law also allows retired members of the armed forces of the state (i.e., Connecticut National Guard) or governor ' s military staff (1) who served for 30 or more years, (2) whose service was honorable, and (3) who did not apply for retirement promotion while in service to apply and be promoted on the same terms as applicants with 20 years of.

Officers who were selected for early retirement or who requested retirement after having been notified that there were to be considered for early retirement cannot be ordered to active duty.

An officer ordered to active duty may not serve on active duty for more than 12 months within a month period beginning with the first day of active duty.

10 U.S. Code § Graduates of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences incur an ADSO of at least 7 years. Those serving on active duty for less than 10 years shall serve in the Ready Reserve as follows: For active duty service less than 8 years, 6 years in the Ready Reserve.

For at least 8 but less than 9 years of active. b, to secretary of the navy: reference is made to letter of apwith enclosure, from the under secretary of the navy, requesting a decision on several questions concerning entitlement to monetary benefits based on the proper application of the provisions of 10 u.s.c.

(b) (2), as amended by section 6 of the act of augpublic law   I agree and disagree with the answers here. Having been promoted AD to CPT then leaving AD and joining the reserves I was subsequently promoted to MAJ. From 2LT() to CPT() I was promoted faster than Reserve Componet counterparts.

As a rese. No, the reserve selection boards are composed of senior officers and noncommissioned officers of demonstrated judgment. In accordance with the law, these individuals are not permitted to divulge reasons for selection or non-selection.

Enlisted Promotion Board Questions. How do the enlisted boards assign sequence numbers. Commissioned Officers Retirement Guide(d) Whether the officer’s retirement is in the interest of national/international health, i.e., the officer is requesting retirement to accept a position in an academic field, with a State or local health department, or international organization; andFile Size: KB.

hypothetical retirement date for retired pay computation pursuant to 10U.S.C. § a(f). B, Sept 9, (2) Failure to meet—Members of the Armed Services, whether officer or enlisted, who have not met the requirements prescribed by statute and regulation of time-in-grade for retirement in a certain grade may not have.

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A reduction in force, or RIF, board will consider regular officers below the grade of lieutenant colonel who have served at least one year of active duty in their current grade, are not on a promotion list, and have six or more years total active commissioned service and less than 18 years of total active federal military service.

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Congress. House. Office of the Law Revision Counsel: Author. Navy Limited Duty Officer 10 year service obligation for officer retirement benef Phil, I think your PEBLO and JAG are wrong on the Presumed Fit issue. That applies when you are scheduled for a non-disability retirement. It does not have to do with reaching 20 years of service.

hiring, promotion, and retention on the basis of present and future membership in the armed services. USERRA is a follow up to the Veterans Reemployment Rights (VRR). The Soldier and Sailors Civil Relief Act (SSCRA) and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) go further to protect our service members and is used in conjunction with USERRA.

MARINE CORPS SEPARATION AND RETIREMENT MANUAL Regular to Reserve or vice-versa) between 1 July and 1 July requires a change in the anniversary date. For members of any Reserve component after 30 Junethe anniversary year begins on the date shown below.

Each succeeding year will. Failure to Accept Regular Appointment LFH. Non-Selection, Permanent Promotion LGB. Non-Selection, Temporary promotion LGC Involuntary Early Retirement SBE 9.

Reduction in Force SCC 9 SEPARATION PROGRAM DESIGNATOR (SPD) CODES. (c) The statute providing for the involuntary retirement of officers designated by a board convened for this purpose in the post-World War II period. 56 (d) The statute providing for the voluntary retirement of officers of the Regular Navy and Naval Reserve who complete 20 years active duty, 10 of which was commissioned service.

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In the retirement area, the selective retention program was continued and about of some 1, Regular Army officers and warrant officers who applied for retirement were deferred. During fiscal year a number of important manpower studies were in progress, primarily concerned with the acquisition and retention of personnel.

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