Miscellaneous Bills: Hearing Before the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, Eighty-first Congress, Second Session on S. 2335 (Part II) (See Hearing March 13, 1950), a Bill to Make Certain Revisions in Titles I and III of the Officer Personnel Act of 1947, as Amended, S. 3255, a Bill to Amend Section 415, of the Career Compensation Act of 1949, to Extend the Effective Date of that Section to December 31, 1950, and for Other Purposes, H.R. 3205 (Part II) (See Hearing March 9, 1950), an Act to Provide an Extension of the Time for Making Application for Terminal-leave Pay, H.R. 4316, an Act to Repeal the Authority to Assess Certain Owners of Nonmilitary Buildings Situated Within the Limits of the Fort Monroe Military Reservation, and for Other Purposes, H.R. 6171, an Act to Authorize Commissioned Officers of the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps to Administer Certain Oaths, and for Other Purposes. March 16, 1950

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Considers legislation on Navy and USMC flag officer elimination procedure and USMC general officer rank distribution system, disabled servicemen retirement options, commissioned officers administration of oaths, Fort Monroe Military Reservation assessment authority for nonmilitary building owners, terminal leave pay application deadline, and considers nomination of Vice Adm. Russell S. Berkey to be Chief of Information, Navy Dept.
 

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Page 3 - In the computation of the retired pay of officers heretofore or hereafter retired with pay at the rate of 2J4 or 3 per centum of the active-duty pay received by them at the time of retirement multiplied by the number of years of service for which entitled to credit in the computation of their pay on the active list, not to exceed a total of 75 per centum of said active-duty pay...
Page 12 - ... pay and allowances of the higher grade from such date unless he is entitled under some other provision of law to receive the pay and allowances of the higher grade from an earlier date. No such officer who shall have subscribed to the oath of office required by section 1757, Revised Statutes, shall...
Page 13 - War is hereby further authorized w^jjf for to assess upon vessels using the wharf at Fort Monroe, Virginia, one-half of the actual cost of repairs rendered necessary by the ordinary wear and tear of said wharf, and any damage done to said wharf by any vessel shall be paid for by the owner or owners of said vessel; and he is also charges for J . street repairs, authorized and directed from time to time to cause to be etc.
Page 12 - ... 274. Promotions; pay and allowances "An officer who is promoted under section 271 of this title shall be entitled to the pay and allowances of the grade to which promoted from his date of rank in such grade. " 275. Wartime temporary service promotions "(a) In time of war or of national emergency declared by the President or Congress, the President may suspend any section of this chapter relating to the selection, promotion, or involuntary separation of officers.
Page 3 - ... entitled to retirement under the same conditions as commissioned officers: Provided, That hereafter warrant officers may, in the discretion of the Secretary of War, be retired after fifteen years of active service: Provided further, That a warrant officer retired after fifteen years of active service shall receive retired pay at the rate of 1% per centum of his active pay multiplied by the number of complete years of active service in the Army, but not to exceed a total of 75 per centum of his...
Page 2 - Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Officer Personnel Act of 1947, as amended, is hereby further amended by: (a; Deleting in the proviso to subsection (b) of section...
Page 12 - Is authorized to administer the oath required for the enlistment of any person, the oath required for the appointment of any person to commissioned or warrant officer grade, and any other oath required by law In connection with the enlistment or appointment of any person in any of the aforesaid services.
Page 3 - Officers, except lieutenants (junior grade), whose names are not placed upon the promotion list, shall be placed on the retired list on June 30 of the fiscal year in which they fail of selection as best fitted the second time...
Page 13 - ... said wharf, and any damage done to said wharf by any vessel shall be paid for by the owner or owners of said vessel ; and he is also authorized and directed from time to time to cause to be assessed upon and collected from the owners of non-military buildings situated within the limits of the Fort Monroe military reservation, and from individuals or corporations engaged in business thereat, other than water navigation companies, one-half of such sum or sums of money as he may deem just, reasonable,...
Page 3 - Corps shall not exceed 2 per centum, seven-tenths of 1 per centum, and 1'hci per centum, respectively, of the officers In the corps concerned on the active list of the Navy at any one time. (Repealed. See ! 5449 of this title.) "(b) To determine the authorized number of officers In the grade of rear admiral In the Medical Corps. Supply Corps. Chaplain Corps, Civil Engineer Corps, and Dental Corps, respectively, and the authorized number of captains In the Medical Service Corps and the authorized...

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