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What percentage of military personnel serve through retirement?
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Can military retirement pay be garnished?
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Can discharged military personnel rejoin the military?
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Where can a military person get a ASVAB study guide?
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Do retirement benefits need to go through probate?
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What does someone in military intelligence do?
there are MANY aspects to military intelligence. analysist of military information. maintain intelligence security for commands, installations and personnel. collect field intelligence through overt intelligence and through covert intelligence ( spying or securing information from foreign nationals recruited for intelligence purposes). as I said, there are many, many more intelligence methods and functions
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Where is the best place to purchase a retirement fund?
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How did Chung Ju-yung get contracts with the United States military?
Where can I find books on retirement planning?
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What is the difference between military retirement and discharge?
A member of the US military can be discharged for several reasons. A discharge simply means that a military member's enlistment contract is being ended, either through completion of their term of enlistment or other administrative action. A discharged military member has very limited benefits, usually no more than very limited medical care for service related injuries, alone. A member of the military is allowed to retire only after completing a specified length of service, usually a minimum of 20 years. The benefits a retired military member receives is extensive. A monthly retirement check (50 percent of the military member's pay at time of retirement for 20 years of service, this increases 2.5 percent for every additional year of service to a maximum amount of 75 percent at 30 years), medical benefits with a very low premium, the privilege of shopping at military stores, and using military recreation facilities, using military transportation...
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Who is responsible for ensuring that enlisted personnel are technically trained qualified and afforded the opportunity to attend appropiate professional military education schools?
That all depends on the specific military you have in mind. Some militaries place more of that responsibility at unit level, whereas others do not. In the US military, the initial responsibility will fall on the instructors who put those personnel through their occupational specialty training. This may be provided by other military personnel, as well as civilians (both DoD employed and contractors). In some instances of the issuance of new equipment, the manufacturer may send technical representatives to instruct military personnel on how to use that specific piece of equipment. Upon reporting to their unit, much of the training will be conducted in an "on-the-job" fashion. The chain of command will be responsible for ensuring that the person in question is sent to the appropriate schools, courses, etc., and the instructors of that school or course will be responsible for ensuring that the personnel they train receive the instruction and are trained within the guidelines established by policy.
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How can you find proof of military service in Vietnam?
If you don't have direct deposit for military pay where would you get your check?
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How much do military personnel make?
As far as the US Military goes... A military members' pay depends on their pay grade. There are three different types of pay grades: 1. Enlisted (E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4, all the way up through E-9), 2. Warrant Officer (WO-1 through WO-5), and 3. Officer (O-1 through O-10). Below is a link for the military pay tables effective 1 January 2008.
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Online Dating for Military Personnel?
Being in the military is difficult, but finding someone who is willing to stay with you through deployments and travel can be even harder. Because of this, you may want to create a public profile on a military dating website. People who use this particular website will know what they are getting into and are willing to stay with that special someone, despite where they travel to around the world. There are many military dating websites on the Internet.
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What does it mean to cut positions through attrition?