To expand credit for civil service retirement for former military personnel who are currently civil service employees or retirees: hearing before the Subcommittee on Civil Service, Post Office, and General Services of the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-seventh Congress, second session, on S. 46 ... May 18, 1982
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Opening statement of Senator Stevens
Hon Charles E Bennett a Representative in Congress from the State
Nolan Robert W
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97th Congress American Legion Annuity at age annuity computations annuity reductions become eligible bill Catch 62 Chairman civil service annuity civil service retirement civilian service Committee on Governmental Congress cost covered military dual credit eligible for social entitled to social estimated Federal civilian Federal employees Federal retirement federal service Full annuity based Governmental Affairs individual inequity legislation ment military personnel military retired pay million Office of Personnel percent periods of military Personnel Management post-1956 military service problem qualify for social reach age 62 receive social security recomputation reductions at age retirement income retirement purposes Senator Stevens Senator Thurmond service after 1956 service and postal service retirement system Social Security Administration social security benefits social security covered social security entitlements social security payments social security system Strom Thurmond Subcommittee on Civil subject to Catch-62 temporary civil service uniformed services United States Code UNITED STATES SENATE veterans waived military retired