Yearly salary us army general?
20.000 $ Per month = 240.000 $ Per Year
Increase more in duty (War)
The salary depends on the general's years of service. Excluding taxes and special pay (such as whether or not the general is in a hazardous area or is being shot at!) the salary is about $15,261.46/month to $18,765.59/month (per the 2010 Pay Scale - a 3.9% increase over the 2009 Pay Scale).
The 2012 pay chart is in the link below. A 4 star's rank is an O-10 and pay would be based on how many years that General has in service. Beginning base pay permonth for an O-10 is $ 15,647.00 ($187,764 annually).
The average annual income for a general practitioner in the United States is $91,000. The average annual income for a registered nurse is $67,000.
The base pay of an O-10 begins at $15188.10 per month (over 20 years time in service)(that's $182,257.20 per year) and tops at $18675.30 per month (over 40 years time in service) (that's $224,103.60 per year).
In 2009, at 20 years, a 4 star makes $14,688.60 a month. This does not include housing allowance and substiance allowance, which is tax free.
A one-star or Brigadier General (O-7) with over 8 years time in service annual pay is $110,700. A four-star or General (O-10) with over 38 years of service is supposed to be $230,880 per year (or $19,240 per month) but their salaries are limited to $14,975.10 by Level II of the Executive Schedule) or $179,700 per year.
The annual salary of a beginning general practitioner would be averaging around $140,000 to $200,000. The annual salary for an experienced general practitioner would be around $210,000 to $320,000.
See "US Military Basic Pay Chart 2010 - Commissioned Officers" in the 'Related Links' section at the bottom.
$77,000 to $100,000 a year
The average NFL GM makes $77,000 to $100,000 a year.
That is a question of national security. You will never find such a list unless you have a top secret security clearance.
There are 40 Generals Currently on Active Duty. This does not count the Generals that are in the National Guard and Reserve who have been activated or otherwise.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_active_duty_United_States_four-star_officers
At present, there are no five-star officers in the US Army or in any of the other military branches. The last five-star general was Omar Bradley. He died in 1981.Over the course of history, there have been a total of six US Army officers with that rank.
Lieutenant 15,600 - 39,100 pay 5,400 grade pay 6,000 milatry service payCaptain15,600 - 39,1005,7006,000Major15,600 - 39,1005,7006,000Lt. Col.15,600 - 39,1005,7006,000Col.15,600 - 39,1005,7006,000Brig.15,600 - 39,1005,7006,000Maj. Gen.39,200 - 67,0009,000NilLet. Gen./equ39,200 - 67,00011,000NilVice Chiefs80,000NilNilService Chiefs90,000NilNil
The United States Code explicitly limits the total number of generals that may be on active duty at any given time. The total number of active duty general officers is capped at 302 for the Army, 279 for the Air Force and 80 for the Marine Corps. For the Army and Air Force, no more than 16.3% of the service's active duty general officers may have more than two stars, and no more than 25%… Read More
General George McClellan during the Civil War, General Douglas MacArthur during the Korean War, and now, General McChrystal. McClellan was an arrogant, but brilliant general, replaced by the drunken idiot Ulysses S. Grant. MacArthur led the fight to defeat the Japanese in World War II. McChrystal is a supremely intelligent, extremely skilled warrior who had the misfortune and, perhaps, bad judgement, to speak his mind in front of a reporter from Rolling Stone. Whether he… Read More
An army general is the highest ranking officer in the british army. His role is to manage and command the entire army. His work is purely "paper" based and does not take part in any front line combat. His role also involves advising his boss ( the prime minister ) in times of war or conflict. Generals fall into different types. 1 Star 2 Star 3 Star 4 Star As you said army general im… Read More
Mary C. Clarke, formerly of the Womens Army Corp. She retired at Fort McClellan in 1981 with the rank of Major General.
Dwight David Eisenhower.
General of the Army Douglas Mac Arthur.
Congress authorized that rank on 25 July 1866.
general army is a higher position than general police as general police is two star rank whereas general army has five star rank.
They typically command corps-sized units (20,000 to 45,000 soldiers) Lieutenant General is a temporary rank given to officers only if they are appointed to positions that require the officer to hold such a rank.
2GEN Ward and GEN Austin
There currently is no General of the Army. The 5 star rank is only used in a time where there a major international war (such as WWII), and is only used to match the ranks of an officer of another country
Liutenant General for Americans or Leftenant general for British
A brigadier general is a one-star general. There are several brigadier generals in the U.S. Army.
The Unites States Attorney General is a Cabinet member and therefore has a salary of $191,300 (as of 2008.)
you have to remain in the army for a long period of time, at least twenty years and be in combat at least once, but that is normally not the case and you go numerous times.
That would be the Chief of Staff of the Army, who is at a minimum of a four-star General. The position is currently held by GEN George W. Casey, Jr. In certain wartime scenarios, this position will be a 5-star post; however, this has not occurred since the end of WW2.
An exact answer is not possible. It might be possible to give a number that the 3rd Army was supposed to have on any particular day, according to the Table of Organization and Equipment of the various units assigned that day to the 3rd Army. Almost assuredly though on that given day the number actually available would have been less, due to mechanical issues and battle damage. To find the ACTUAL number available on that… Read More
A four star Army General earns the military pay grade of "0-10″. The 0-10 base salary for someone with 38 cumulative years of service is $19,566.97 per month, or $234,803.64 annually.
On average it can take an individual roughly 18-22 years to reach the Pay Grade of O-7 Brigadier General and then up to 30+ years to reach O-10 General.
No, there wasn't.
The President, as the civilian Commander in Chief, is above any general but the US doesn't have a commissioned rank above that of General. At the current time there are only 4 "star" grades in the US Army: Brigadier (1 star), Major General (2 stars), Lieutenant General (3) and General (4). During WWII a new 5-star rank of General of the Army was created for the top allied commanders - Eisenhower, Bradley, Arnold, Marshall, and… Read More
8 - Grant, Sherman, Sheridan, Marshall, MacArthur, Eisenhower, Arnold and Bradley. Additionally, Washington and Pershing were awarded the rank of "General of the Armies".
As a retired four star General, David Petraeus is entitled to an annual pension of $220,000 for the rest of his life.
The title he used was "Lord Protector" (of the Protestant faith), and his name was Oliver Cromwell.
BG Huxtable is the Assistant Adjutant General Army for the Virginia National Guard. This position is colloquially know as the "ATAG" which is not a precise acronym (it basically means "Assistant TAG", the TAG being The Adjutant General). BG Huxtable is primarily responsible for the readiness of all Army National Guard units in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
General Henry H. "Hap" Arnold.
In the Canadian Forces, there are about 12 people at this grade, but this would include the Navy, Army, and Air Force. If the CF's composition is about 40% army, then usually it means 4 to 6 people out of the 12 will be Army Lieutenant-Generals. The "Chief of the Land Staff" (i.e. senior army officer) also holds this rank. The rest of the Lieutenant-Generals usually hold various senior staff positions for the CF in… Read More
A General of the Army wears five stars.
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