Modernizing Military Pay, Volume 1. Active Duty Compensation. Report of the First Quadrennial Review of Military Compensation
Final rept. Jul 1966-Nov 1967
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (MANPOWER AND RESERVE AFFAIRS) WASHINGTON DC
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The report is the first Quadrennial Review of Military Compensation, as required by law, and is considered the most comprehensive and factual study of military pay ever undertaken. Fact finding included Survey of civilian occupations held by 280,000 Ready Reservists with more than 2 years of active service Collection of Bureau of Census data on earnings in 88 civilian occupations Survey of occupations and earnings of 100,000 retirees 5 sample of active duty pay records to establish typical earnings based on length of service and dependency status comparison of enlisted and officer grades with blue collar and Class Act grades based on duties and responsibilities.
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