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Can a retired cpo from navy reserve who came out of retirement and joined national guard and retired as a sargent question can you wear the navy uniform to a navy ball or must you go army?
Yes, you are allowed to wear awards from other U.S. military services on your Navy Uniform.
John McCain's retired from the military with the rank (rating) of US Navy Captain. This is basically equivalent to the rank of Colonel in the Army.
John McCain retired from the US Navy on April 1, 1981.
Is a retired US Navy Chief Petty Officer still authorized to wear the CPO dinner dress uniform at formal occasions such as a local Marine Birthday Ball?
You bet, Chief! You served your country and retired with the thanks of a grateful nation. But just so you have Chapter and Verse, here's the appropriate part of the US Navy Un…iform Regulations: 61002. UNIFORMS FOR RETIRED PERSONNEL 1. GENERAL. Retired officers and enlisted personnel, who are not on active duty, may wear the uniform, insignia, and qualifications corresponding to the rank or rating indicated on the retired list. 2. UNIFORM AUTHORIZED a. Retired personnel may wear uniforms at ceremonies or official functions when the dignity of the occasion and good taste dictate. Wearing a uniform is appropriate for memorial services, weddings, funerals, balls, patriotic or military parades, ceremonies in which any active or reserve United States military unit is participating, and meetings or functions of military associations.
Yes - if you can prove you earned them!
There is no set limit - it depends entirely on the year of separation, years of service, type of separation, COLA adjustments, and many other factors, including disabili…ty, POW status, etc. There are so many factors that there's no way to determine the pay for any given retired Naval Commander. Even an active duty Commander's pay isn't easy to determine, since it depends also on service time and other factors, such as sea pay, hazardous duty pay, dependents, housing, etc.
I myself is in the US Marines and when i have had to write to a retired Officer of the US Military i was to told when you are writing to a person of which deserves great appre…ciations that you first state their rank and then followed by their name then you say what you need to say then when your all finished you pretty much want to say thank you for all you've done for our country and then put sincerely or something like that and then your name. Use the appropriate rank: Commander John Paul Jones 1234 Harbor Way Annapolis, MD 01234 Dear Commander Jones: xxxxxxxxxxxxxx David Farragut OR Try this.... This is how I read to address envelopes for things such as wedding invitations..... Example: Mr. John Doe LT. USN (ret.) 3200 Rivers Edge Drive Lake Serenity, New Hampshire 76658
You should have been issued one at retirement. If you have lost that one, you should contact the nearest military facility. They will be able to provide the necessary docume…ntation to issue a new ID card..
Yes, but not every ribbon is approved for wear on Army uniforms, IIRC.
Navy attorneys are officers. An officer may resign his commission. However, there are some restrictions, such as attending certain schools requires you to fulfill a specific… time of service after completion. Typically you cannot resign within a year of accepting new orders..
It depends on the event, and of course assuming you can still fit into it. It's been a few years since I've been even close to fitting into my Crackerjacks. For Veterans eve…nts, it's not an issue; it's only if you're in uniform officially as a sailor on active duty or a Reservist that binds you to uniform regs. For official ceremonies involving you, it's usually case-by-case, but they're pretty forgiving.
Yes you can. According to Chapter 5 artical 5301-5319 of the Navy Uniform Regulation any military decoration earned while serving in the army may be worn behind it's Navy …equivilent (i.e. the navy equivilent has precidence over other branches). The only acception to this is the Army Service Ribbon which cannot be worn on a Navy uniform. For further questions see before mentioned regulation or contact Awards and Special Projects Office (OPNAV 09B33), Navy Yard, Building 36, First Floor, Washington DC 20350.
The same as with any other member of the Military, the only special things they get out being a SEAL are serving their country like no one else could and amazing experiences t…hat 99% of people anywhere wouldn't get.
1/2 (Half) of whatever their rank/rate pay was at retirement. Also, This goes up every time active duty pay goes up or gets a raise. Example: If you were a Chief and makin…g $2,000 at retirement you would get $1,000/month. Then when the Navy got a raise which is usually ever couple years by about 5% your pay goes up too. Here is an Enlisted Pay Chart for 2012. Retiree's get half of whatever this pay is according to this chart plus medical benefits. Pay GradeYears of Service / Less than 2Over 2Over 3Over 4Over 6 / E-72680 | 2925 | 3037 | 3185 | 3301 / E-62318 | 2550 | 2663 | 2772 | 2886 / E-52123 | 2266 | 2375 | 2488 | 2662 / E-41947 | 2046 | 2157 | 2267 | 2363 / E-31757 | 1868 | 1981 | 1981 | 1981 / E-21671 | 1671 | 1671 | 1671 | 1671 / E-11491 | 1491 | 1491 | 1491 | 1491 Pay GradeYears of Service / Over 8Over 10Over 12Over 14Over 16 / E-94709 | 4816 | 4950 | 5108 / E-83855 | 4025 | 4131 | 4257 | 4394 / E-73500 | 3612 | 3811 | 3976 | 4089 / E-63143 | 3243 | 3437 | 3496 | 3539 / E-52845 | 2995 | 3013 | 3013 | 3013 / E-42363 | 2363 | 2363 | 2363 | 2363 / E-31981 | 1981 | 1981 | 1981 | 1981 / E-21671 | 1671 | 1671 | 1671 | 1671 / E-11491 | 1491 | 1491 | 1491 | 1491
The abbreviation would be "CDR, USN (Ret.)"