Will the Canadian military pay for your schooling?
Im assuming your talking about the United States Military. Here Is the link to the military pay chart. .navycs.com/2011-military-pay-chart.html Consider that's only basic pay. You'll likely get just as much, tax free, from other sources of pay such as housing allowance, subsistence pay, etc. Also after a while you can add on family separation pay, sea service pay, hazardous duty pay, reenlistment bonuses. It's a well kept secret how well the military is paid.
No, at least, not directly. Military schools are, however, a way to build up promotion points, to aid you in getting promoted past E-4. Occupations where you're put on separate rations will increase your monthly pay, as will anything deemed as a hazardous duty assignment, such as being on active jump status.
Peacekeeping is the purpose of the Canadian military currently, because we are not in war with any other country, we try to keep peace with the ones who are. You could consider us mediators. However it was not always like this, when Canada was in war (ww1 and ww2) the purpose of the Canadian military was to protect our country, citizens and our allies.
no state has the power to tax an active duty military pay all military pay of active combat personal can not be taxed All military pay is untaxed when deployed, however different states do tax a regular pay check of active duty military. Florida for sure does not and they allow people to change residency without ever living there.
The Canadian Military Police Corps was formed in 1917, to control road movements of troops and supplies in France, during the Great War. It was dis-banded in 1919. In June of 1940, the Canadian Provost Corps was "stood up " and authorised by an Order in Council of the Canadian Parliament. In 1968, the Canadian Armed Forces absorbed the CPC into the new Canadian Forces Military Police service .