Retired military officers dating

To decide which method applies to you, you must determine the date that you FIRST entered the military.

This date is called the DIEMS (Date of Initial Entry to Military Service) or DIEUS (Date of Initial Entry to Uniformed Services).

The final pay method, as the name implies, establishes the retired pay base equal to final basic pay.

The high-36 method is the average of the highest 36 months of basic pay divided by 36.

Officers may be removed from a promotion list by the President at any time before the date of promotion.

They are removed if the Senate does not give its advice and consent, or they may be removed if not appointed to a higher grade within 18 months of being on the promotion list.

This formula is commonly known as the High-3 retirement plan.

Members on active duty or full-time National Guard duty who entered service on or after Aug.

If subsequently promoted, the officer may be granted the same date of rank, effective date for pay and allowances, and position on the ADL as if his name had not been removed.The President may extend the period for an additional 12 months, and officers so removed remain eligible for consideration for promotion.If subsequently promoted, the officer may be granted the same date of rank, effective date for pay and allowances, and position on the reserve active status list (RASL) as if his name had not been removed.: Mandates retirement for O5s not on a promotion list to O6 after 28 years of active commissioned service, except for certain officers in the Navy or Marine Corps who are either limited duty officers or permanent professors at the United States Naval Academy.: Mandates retirement for O6s not on a promotion list to O7 after 30 years of active commissioned service, except for certain officers in the Navy or Marine Corps who are either limited duty officers or permanent professors at the United States Naval Academy.Service Secretaries may defer the retirement of health professional officers and chaplains until the age of 68.

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