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Crs Issue Brief for Congress Received through the Crs Web Military Pay and Benefits : Key Questions and Answers Updated March 23, 2005

By Goldich, Robert L.

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Title: Crs Issue Brief for Congress Received through the Crs Web Military Pay and Benefits : Key Questions and Answers Updated March 23, 2005  
Author: Goldich, Robert L.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Legislation., Government Printing Office (U.S.)
Collections: Government Library Collection
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Publisher: Government Printing Office

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Goldich, R. L. (n.d.). Crs Issue Brief for Congress Received through the Crs Web Military Pay and Benefits : Key Questions and Answers Updated March 23, 2005. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Summary: In the late 1990s, the military services were facing considerable recruiting and career retention problems. Reasons for these included the end of the Cold War, private-sector job opportunities in the 1990s boom, increasing desire for and availability of a college education, rising living standards that put military housing and lifestyles at a disadvantage, and greater sensitivity among personnel to frequent family separation and overseas rotations. In responding, Congress was mindful of how low pay had contributed to decreased recruit quality in the late 1970s. It authorized larger pay raises, increased special pays and bonuses, more recruiting resources, and repeal of planned military retired pay reductions for future retirees.

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CONTENTS SUMMARY MOST RECENT DEVELOPMENTS BACKGROUND AND ANALYSIS 1. Why Did the Adequacy of Active Duty Military Pay Become a Major Issue Beginning in the Late 1990s? 2. What Kinds of Increases in Military Pay and Benefits Have Been Considered or Used in the Past? 3. How Are Each Year’s Increases in Military Pay Computed? Definitions Annual Percentage Increases in Military Basic Pay 4. What Have Been the Annual Percentage Increases in Active Duty Military Basic Pay Since 1993 (FY1994)? What Were Each Year’s Major Executive and Legislative Branch Proposals and Actions on the Annual Percentage Increase in Military Basic Pay? 5. Is There a “Pay Gap” Between Military and Civilian Pay, So That Generally Military Pay Is Less than That of Comparable Civilians? If So, What Is the Extent of the “Gap”? Measuring and Confirming a “Gap” Estimates of a Military-Civilian Pay Gap If There Is a Pay Gap, Does It Necessarily Matter? 6. What Benefits Are Specifically Available For Military Personnel Participating in Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF — Service in Afghanistan)? Hostile Fire/Imminent Danger Pay Hardship Duty Pay Family Separation Allowance Per Diem Savings Deposit Program Combat Zone Tax Exclusion Rest and Recreation (R&R) for Personnel In OIF/OEF Additional Benefits for Some Personnel in OIF/OEF 7. What Cash Lump-Sum Death Benefits are Available to the Survivors of Military Personnel Killed in Iraq or Afghanistan, and What Increases in Such Benefits Have Been Proposed? FOR ADDITIONAL READING

 

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