Do you have to pay a military transit fee if you are a military officer wanting to come home from Afghanistan early and need to be replaced by another officer?
if you are army soldier in Iraq do you have to pay a transit fee to come home?
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i know for the army you have to go through colage Rotc for 4 years and when you graduate you become a 2nd luitenant army officer
Answer . Yes. However it depends on the branch, and the willingness to waive this offense. There are numerous variables but it is possible. Your best bet is to serve enlisted first to prove you are worth the risk.
Answer . According to http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos249.htm the number of active service officers in the US armed forces in January 2005 was 210 882.
In the context of interviewing military officers for my writing of magazine articles, I've been told that I may address an officer by first name, but that it's always safest to address an officer by rank and last name, as in "Commander Davis."
Attend one of the Military Academies and graduate. Attend college and participate in the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC). Enlist in the service of your choice and if you display special qualities that come to the attention of your commanders, you may be recommended for Officer Candidate School… (OCS). ( Full Answer )
\nA Commanding officer is a military leader with a designated mission involving the issuing of direct orders. Such can be an officer in charge of a military unit, of a military operation, of a theater of operations or of a military campaign. To make the distinction more obvious consider that there a…re also officers in reserve or staff officers. ( Full Answer )
Yes, at the very least. You may need to get a separate policy for you business however.
A Soldier, Marine, Airmen, Coast Guardsman, or Sailor that is commissioned by the US Congress to carry out orders, issued/ordered (delegated) by the Commander in Chief (President of the United States).
I don't think so. A direct commission is usually given via an "act of congress," but this simply means that congress as a whole "signs" off on a recommendation from the branch of service.
Yes, an individual must be a current US Citizen to become an Officer in the US Military.
This answer is specific to the US military, though it likelyapplies in most other counties as well, with the names of thingsmodified as appropriate. I assume you mean an MP (Military Policeman). The answer is yes. MPs derive their authority ultimately from theUniform Code of Military Justice, which …"outranks" everyone in a"no man is above the law" sense. Any officer, even the CO of thebase, can be arrested by an MP if he's violating the UCMJ. ( Full Answer )
It all depends on rank and time in service. Starts at about 45k and moves up from there. There are pay calculators you can look up online.
Because all armies worldwide, have one sole aim. To uphold the policies and actions of the government of the day. Military powers are all put in place to be the physical means to carry out a governments policies, therefore the supreme person has to be the president, regardless.
Of course an MP can become a civilian police officer after military service. He or she applies just as one without any police experience would apply. He or she will go through the police academy as a recruit the same way as those without experience.. They will find the training easier than a raw re…cruit but the training is substantianaly different than the military since it addresses civilian procedures and laws. ( Full Answer )
The best way to get Military officer income opportunity is to contract them for anything that has to do with private security or sell security products like hidden cameras, etc.
Of the four main branches the Air Forces is the only one that does not have the rank of Warrant Officer.
It may depend on which branch you're in; your best chance is to visit your local recruiter. If you've taken the ASVAB, the recruiter can pull up your files, and they can give you the entire list of jobs for which you qualify, but you do not need high scores to become an MP.
Not much. Both receive training in firing weapons and self-defense and police tactics. Military Police are trained to guard military facilities and prisoners of war, whereas civilian police protect your home and private property and arrest and guard criminals. --- I actually disagree with the above …answer. It does depend on what branch of service you are asking about as each branch does things differently. However, as a former Air Force Security Forces member ( the Af's version of MP's), we are actually a lot like civilian police officers, if not a little more advanced. True we both attend basic training in weapons and police tactics as well as self defense, much of which is similar training. However, (speaking specifically of SF's) we are also trained in base security measures, ground combat measures, convoy maneuvers, heavy weapons training, hostile situation training ( i.e. base attacks). In addition to this training we are also trained in the local Law Enforcement procedures - arrest/detention; searches of people, buildings, vehicles, and property; questioning tactics; defensive/offensive driving..ect. So, at least as far as SF goes, we can do anything, if not more than, a civilian officer can do in terms of training and abilities. What we do not have is the authority to exorcise such training off the installation unless we are dealing with another military member. Most often, for a civilian officer to accomplish the training that we receive they have to attend specialized training in the field of interest, e.g - SWAT members usually have to apply and try out for the SWAT team and go through specialised training, where as..SF/MP's are already prepared in training to handle such situations. However, on most installations there are special teams formed for doing SWAT maneuvers so that other team members may focus more on the job(s) at hand during a crisis situation. The only differences between SF/MP's and civilian police officers is the difference of pay ( often civilian police officers start out at a much higher pay rate than any starting enlisted military member), and the risk they take on by wearing the uniform. Civilan police officers face risks every day in many ways, and sadly some do not make it home at the end of shift. SF/MP members often face some of the same risks as well, just not as frequent. They both face bank robbers, drug dealers, armed domestic situations, felony traffic stops, and just people simply not paying attention. However, SF/MP members are presented with a much larger threat that the civilian police force understands but rarely realizes how close that threat often is. SF/MP members also deploy into a much larger threat, where as civilian police do not. Ultimatly, in the view of a prior service member - the police protect the civilians from harm, while the SF/MP's protect the police from harm. ( Full Answer )
You must at the least hold a Bachelors Degree from a creditable college or university to be an Officer in the Military. To qualify to be an Officer in the Military you must have at the minimum a GT score of 110 or higher on the ASVAB, no Major law violations (ie. Possessions Charges, DUI) and depend…ing on the Branch be under 29 years old (which is waiverable). An option to consider would be to enlist in to the Army Reserves and then apply for a ROTC scholarship, this scholarship and the Army reserves will pay for you degree and at the completion of your degree you will sign a commitment to either the Active Duty Army or Army Reserves for a period of 5 years as an Officer. You can view these options at www.goarmy.com, visit a local US Army recruiting stations or major college or university that offers ROTC and determine your eligibility. ( Full Answer )
The military duties of ranked officers were (and continue to be) to follow orders from superiors and provide leadership to those in their command. There are many other duties. Managing personnel, keeping records, ensuring the basic needs of the people in their command are some. Accessing supplies, m…aintaining communications, maintaining order and discipline, and responding to emergencies are others. An officer has a great variety of duties depending on circumstances - one officer may sit at a desk managing recruiting or funerals; another may be a medical doctor; and another might be a front line soldier under fire with his troops. ( Full Answer )
The Joint Chiefs of Staff is the group of high-ranking officers that advice the President .
The person responsible for paying office fees is the administrator.This is considered to be an administrative function that ensuresthe smooth running of activities.
First you must attend college and complete at the least a Bachelors Degree for an Accredited College or University, then you must make sure you do not have a questionable background (no serious law violations), score well on the ASVAB (depends on branch but have at least a 110 GT score), meet the Ag…e requirement (depends on branch). Complete Basic Training/Boot Camp, Officer Candidate School and Job training. ( Full Answer )
Yes, military officers do get reenlistment bonuses. At times, theirbonuses can end up being over $40,000 for a four year reenlistmentcontract.
You don't have to be an officer, you have to be at least 19 yearsof age, get a GT score of 100 or more, and get through thetraining.
Military Officers do. But i think you are misunderstanding the word officer. Either way though... military.
(in the US) I have never heard of, nor do I believe, that a member of the U.S. Military may hold elective office in this country, WITHOUT first resigning his commission.
Yes, provided you attend OCS, or receive a commission through ROTC or the USMA or other military academy.
Only at the cost of their careers - any relationship of a personalnature is against regulations (related examples in regulations aredating, shared living accommodations, sexual relations, commercialsolicitations, private business partnerships, gambling andborrowing money). The regulations are covere…d in both the UniformCode of Military Justice (Article 134), Navy Regulations, and OPNAVInstructions (CNO Policy), which is the preferred guideline. Itshould be noted that it makes no difference if the members are fromseparate services. Aside from long-standing tradition, it has always been found to beprejudicial to the rule of maintaining order and discipline, as itunderrmines the military rank and authority structure. Having saidthat, the practice does occur in secret, and quite often coupleswill wait until one or the other has separated from the service toget married, at which point there's not much the military can do,unless it can (and wants to) prove that those involved wereinvolved during their time in service together. The problem is thatit's virtually impossible to keep such a secret while in themilitary, and the military does not look favorably on suchrelationships. Marriage between 2 enlisted members or 2 officers is quite common,even between those of different services. My own wife and I wereboth sailors when we were married almost 33 years ago. There werefew regulations concerning in-service married couples then, otherthan there were no guarantees about being stationed together. Wewere lucky; we only had to deal with 6 months being stationed apartbefore my wife was able to transfer to my homeport. ( Full Answer )
Yes, but having a degree does not guarantee it. If you enlist into the military with a degree, you could be selected for OCS, but you could also be passed up for it. No one joins as an officer except doctors and lawyers. Everyone else BECOMES an officer after qualifying on active duty (even R…OTC and mil academy cadets). ( Full Answer )
Yes, the bond increases and it is highly desired for the dog to do so. For many K-9 officers, the dogs are very close to them.
David Alan Christian was commissioned from Infantry Officer Candidate School as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army at the age of 18 years 9 months on 1 August 1967. Airborne, Ranger, and Green Beret qualified. In combat, he was the XO of Company F, 52nd Infantry (Long Range Recon Patrol)/Company I…, 75th Infantry (Ranger). He later commanded Recon Platoon, 1st Battalion, 26th Infantry, 1st Infantry Division. He was promoted to Captain at age 20 years 9 months and retired as the result of combat wounds sustained in Vietnam on 4 July 1970 at 21 years 8 months. Established by Title 10 United States Code 1201 & 1372. Gerald Eddie Irwin was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the US Army on June 24, 1967 at the age of 18 years 11 months 8 days. He attended the US Army Field Artillery Office Candidate School in Fort Sill, Oklahoma. He was promoted to Captain in June of 1969 while serving in Vietnam with the 2nd of the 17th Field Artillery. He was 20 years 11 months at the time of his promotion to Captain. . ( Full Answer )
Davis graduated from the US Military Academy at West Point in 1828, and was commissioned as an officer in the Army. After serving about seven years he resigned, because he wanted to marry the daughter of his commanding officer, Colonel (later President) Zachary Taylor. Taylor objected, because he di…d not want the life of an officer's wife for his beloved daughter - living at one lonely, isolated frontier outpost after another. So Davis resigned, and his much older half-brother set him up with land and slaves to start a molasses plantation in Mississippi. He took his new bride there, and she caught malaria and died within a few months. Davis made no crop two out of the three years he was trying to run this plantation (a hurricane wiped out his crop one year), and the land and slaves were foreclosed on by his creditors. In 1845 when the Mexican War started Davis was elected Colonel of the First Mississippi Volunteer Regiment, and saw service in Mexico. He was wounded, and became nationally famous for his heroics. After that war was over the regiment was disbanded and Davis went back to politics, and was never again a military officer. Davis was disappointed to be named President of the Confederacy in 1861. He had hoped to be named commanding general of the Confederate army. ( Full Answer )
This is what I use... R/S (Respectfully Sent) or V/R (Very Respectfully) So i.e. R/S Rank, Last Name, First Name Unit, Section Job Title Your email address Your Telephone Number it's more of a end of email signature, but it all works the same.
No. She was a USO entertainer, who was given the nickname "Colonel Maggie by the US Army Special Forces, mainly because of her willingness to help out when things got bad at posts or camps she was visiting.
No, you do not salute a person unless they are a uniform. however, if you know they are in officer or a higher ranking person, show them proper respect and courtesy but do not salute.
Military police officers wear military uniforms. Added: Displayed on the military uniforms of their particular branch of service are badges, similar to civilian police badges, and/or they wear armbands or, sometimes, distinctive hats or helmets, and/or white pistol belts, so that they stand out …from the usual military uniform. And, unlike other member of the military outside of a war zone, they are always armed with a sidearm ( Full Answer )
Yes. They are the policing arm of the various military branches (e.g.: the US Navy & Coast Guard maintain their own SP's (Shore Patrol) - the Army and the Marines maintain their own MP's (military police) the Air force have AP's (air police). ALL of the foregoing are loosely referred to as "MP's." T…he various MP organizations do not have any jurisdiction over civilians UNLESS they happen to be on a military installation. ( Full Answer )
Yes, military police officers do have military vehicles and military weapons. However what equipment they use depends on what environment they're working in. If working in a normal base environment they normally use equipment similar to that of civilian police forces. But if in a war environment the…y would have equipment suitable to there (ie: armoured vehicle, mounted machine guns, etc) ( Full Answer )
Military police officers are much deadlier than they are so yes they will open fire if the bad guys did not listen. Added: Military Police operate under an entirely different set of rules, regulations, standards and laws that civilian police agencies.
Many states charge a monthly supervision fee. I cannot speak for other states, but in Missouri Parole officers do not collect fees. The parolees all over the state mail their fees to one location and it is deposited into a fund used to pay for programs such as substance abuse treatment and electroni…c monitoring. Parolees are provided self addressed envelopes. Parolees CANNOT be returned to prison for failure to pay fees. ( Full Answer )
Basic information comes up when a military officer scans your ID.If you have gotten in trouble on base, that information may pop upas well.
A much better question would be can you get a waiver from the military if you are on probation. In general, you are not eligible for enlistment if you are currently on probation. You need to discuss this with (a) the recruiter, and (b) your PO.
An officer is a person who has gone to college, graduated and enrolled in the US armed forces or other forces if from other countries. The Officer may have been educated in a military college or in a public or private college and may have been part of the ROTC program to get military training before… graduation. Some officers may go to medical school, dental school, law school or other specialty colleges before they become officers. Some officers are trained by the military and are required to serve for at least six years. The officers lead, rule and command the draftees or enlisted personnel. They are COMMISSIONED into the military and have some ability to resign their commission. Most serve out several decades of service. A Private is a person who has at least a GED or high school education and has enlisted into the military (not the Navy or Coast Guard to serve in the troops. The Private is the first rank after Recruit. The Recruits are in basic training. They become privates after they graduate from basic training (boot camp). Their commanding officers are the non-commissioned officers and the commissioned officers. A non-commissioned officer is a Corporal, Sergeant (many ranks of sergeants) and Warrant officers. These officers are enlisted or drafted officers who have risen up the ranks of the enlisted soldiers, Marines, Airmen, etc. They cannot resign their "officership", they have to serve out their enlistment. See the link below for more explanation. ( Full Answer )
A bachelor's degree from American Military University makes you eligible for a commissioning program for all branches of the service. Each branch of service has their own criteria for commissioning, age, military occupation needs, etc. However, a degree from American Military University meets the ba…chelor degree requirement for commissioning programs. ( Full Answer )
Female military officers are referred to as Ma'am. All junior navalofficers are referred to as Mister or by their rank by theirsuperior officers.
most jobs that u will find out the military. You can be a pilot. The military will train u for this u do not need any pass experience. You can be in Legal, Do paper work like administrators, deal with finance, Intel, computer geek lol, Lots of jobs that u will find outside of the military except th…e military train u to the job. No prior experience needed. ( Full Answer )
No, the president may suggest a military officer be removed fromrank, but the final decision must be checked by the supreme court.This is a measure of checks and balances.
Chief warrant officer ranks go from rank W-2 to W-5. The warrant officer ranks are a division above the NCO ranks, which outclass the enlisted ranks within the military.
Hard to clarify if a " Military Police Officer " refers to an Enlisted MP or an MP, who is also an officer (as in aLieutenant (or higher). In short, just to be an Enlisted Military Police. You needto complete Basic Training , and the MP Job Training that the military provides; however, you do …NOT need acollege degree. To be an Officer (Lieutenant +) in the military, who is anMP, you would need to complete the officer's academy. ( Full Answer )