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PART G: LOSSES OF PAY AND COMPUTATION OF TIME FOR PAY PUR-
Section III: Losses of Pay on Account of Absence
Section IV: Losses of Pay Under Court-Martial Sentences
PART H: RESERVE PERSONNEL (EXCLUDING FLEET MARINE CORPS RE-
PART I: FLEET MARINE CORPS RESERVE AND RETIRED PERSONNEL- - - 78800-78822
Section I: Fleet Marine Corps Reservists
PART J: MISSING, INTERNED, CAPTURED, AND DECEASED PERSONNEL
Section I: Missing, Interned, and Captured Personnel
Section II: Deceased Personnel -
PART K: CLAIMS FOR PAY AND ALLOWANCES
PART B: COMMISSIONED OFFICERS (EXCLUDING COMMISSIONED
Section 1: BASIC PAY AND SERVICE CREDITABLE FOR BASIC PAY PURPOSES
78050 BASIC PAY
1. The eight pay grades prescribed for offi
cers of the Marine Corps and the monthly basic pay provided for each grade are as follows:
UNDER OVER OVER OVER OVER
OVER OVER OVER OVER OVER OVER OVER 2 4 12 14 16 18 22 26 30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $963.30 $992.94 800.28 800.28 800.28 800.28 800.28 800.28 800.28 800.28 800.28 800.28 800.28 829.92 859.56 59 2.80 592.80 592.80 59 2.80 592.80 592.80 592.80 607.62 637.26 666.90 696.54 726.18 474.24 474.24 474.24 474.24 474.24 489.06 503.88 518.70 548.34 577.98 607.62 607.62 400.14 400.14 400.14 400.14 414.96 429.78 444.60 459.42 474.24 503.88 518.70 533.52 533.52 326.04 326.04 340.86 355.68 370.50 385.32 400.14 414.96 429.78 444.60 259.36 274.18 289.00 303.82 318.64 333.46 348.28 363.10 363.10 363.10 222.30 237.12 251.94 266.76 281.58 296.40
2. The basic pay of an officer will be determined on the basis of his rank and cumulative years of service. Officers are assigned by the rank in which serving, whether under temporary or permanent appointment, to the various pay grades prescribed for them.
78051 SERVICE CREDITABLE FOR BASIC PAY PURPOSES
1. In computing the cumulative years of service to be counted by officers for determining the amount of basic pay they are entitled to receive, they will be credited with full time (active and inactive) for all periods during which they were enlisted or held appointments as commissioned officers, commissioned warrant officers, warrant officers, Army field clerks, or flight officers, in any of the following services:
Air Corps Reserve
Air Force of the United States
Air Force Reserve
Air National Guard
Air National Guard of the United States
Army of the United States
Aviation Cadet (Commissioned and Enlisted)
Coast Guard Reserve
Dental Reserve Corps of the Navy
Enlisted section of the Air Force Reserve
Marine Corps Reserve
Marine Corps Reserve Force
Medical Reserve Corps
Medical Reserve Corps of the Navy
National Guard of the United States
National Naval Volunteers
Naval Militia (see subpar. 8)
Naval Reserve Force
Officers' Reserve Corps
Officers' section of the Air Force Reserve
Organized Reserve Corps
Public Health Service (see subpar. 7)
Reserve Corps of the Public Health Service
2. Officers are entitled to count for basic pay purposes full time (active and inactive) for all periods while on a temporary disability retired list, honorary retired list, or a retired list of any of the uniformed services (Army of the United States, Navy, Air Force of the United States, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Coast and Geodetic Survey, and Public Health Service, and all Regular and Reserve components thereof); or while authorized to receive retainer pay as a member of the Fleet Reserve or Fleet Marine Corps Reserve, retired pay, or retirement pay, from any of the uniformed services or from the Veterans' Administration; or while a member of the Honorary Reserve of the Officers' Reserve Corps or Organized Reserve Corps.
3. In addition to the service specified in subparagraphs 1 and 2, officers are entitled to count for basic pay purposes full time (ac tive and inactive) for all periods during which they held appointments as nurses, reserve nurses, or commissioned officers of the Army Nurse Corps, the Navy Nurse Corps, the Nurse Corps of the Public Health Service, or the Reserve components thereof.
4. In addition to the service specified in subparagraphs 1, 2, and 3, officers who were in the Regular service on 30 June 1922, and who have served continuously in the Regular service since that date, are entitled to count for basic pay purposes all service which was then counted in computing longevity pay. Such officers also may count service as a contract surgeon serving full time.
5. Service in the Coast and Geodetic Survey which may be counted for basic pay purposes is service in the grades of aide (relative to the rank of second lieutenant) and ensign, or in a higher commissioned grade, and service as a deck officer or a junior engineer.
6. Service in the Public Health Service and in the Reserve Corps of the Public Health Service which may be counted for basic pay purposes in service in a junior assistant grade (junior assistant sanitary engineer, etc.), assistant grade (assistant surgeon, assistant dental surgeon, etc.), senior assistant grade, full grade, senior grade, director grade, or in a higher commissioned grade.
7. Service in the Naval Militia of the several States, Territories, and the District of Columbia, on and after 16 February 1914, the effective date of the basic law for establishment and maintenance of the Naval Militia, is not service which may be counted for pay purposes, unless the particular Naval Militia unit has been duly prescribed as a part of the Organized Militia as provided in Section 1 of the act of 16 February 1914 (38 Stat. 283), or subsequent similar legislation, such as the Naval Reserve Acts of 1925 and 1938 (43 Stat. 1080; 52 Stat. 1175; 24 Comp. Gen. 186; 26 Comp. Gen. 56).
8. Any service which would be creditable for basic pay purposes except for the fact that it was performed prior to the attainment of the age of eighteen years, will be credited notwithstanding such fact.
78052 SERVICE NOT CREDITABLE FOR BASIC PAY PURPOSES
1. Officers may not count the following service for basic pay purposes:
c. Emergency Officers' Retired List.
d. The Inactive National Guard. (See 22 Comp. Gen. 907 and 23 Comp. Gen. 755.)
e. State, home, or territorial guard.
1. Enlisted service commences with the date of enlistment and ends with the date of discharge. Time lost (see paragraph 78661) will be excluded in determining the length of enlisted service for basic pay purposes.
2. Officer service in the Regular Marine Corps, or in the Marine Corps Reserve if the person is on active duty, commences on the date that entitlement to pay as an officer commences and ends on the date that entitlement to pay as an officer ends. If the person is not on active duty, officer service in the Marine Corps Reserve commences and ends on the dates that entitlement to pay as an officer would have commenced and ended had the person been on active duty. (See Sections VII and VIII, and Part C.) The pay of a person who was temporarily appointed as a commissioned, commissioned warrant, or warrant officer during the period 24 July 1941 to 6 August 1947 commenced on the date of appointment by the President, and terminates in accordance with the provisions of 78221. In determining the length of officer service for basic pay purposes, no deductions will be made for periods of absence from duty as enumerated in paragraph 78661.
3. In computing cumulative years of service for basic pay purposes, an officer will be credited with the total of all service authorized to be counted for such purposes; however, for any period during which an officer performed concurrent service in two or more organizations, he may count the service performed in only one organization.
78054 PAY ENTRY BASE DATE
1. The pay entry base date of an officer of the Regular Marine Corps is shown in the Combined Lineal List of Officers on Active Duty in the Marine Corps and in the Register of Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps. The pay entry base date of an officer of the Marine Corps Reserve is shown in the Lineal List of Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the Marine Corps Reserve and, in the case of an officer on active duty, in the Combined Lineal List of Officers on Active Duty in the Marine Corps. The pay entry base date of an officer is the actual constructive date of his original
Section III: BASIC ALLOWANCE FOR QUARTERS
78090 RATES PAYABLE
1. The monthly rates of basic allowance for quarters provided for officers are as follows:
Without dependents dependents
78091 GENERAL ENTITLEMENT
1. Subject to the provisions of this section, an officer while on the active list or while required to perform duty in accordance with law for which he is entitled to basic pay, is entitled to basic allowance for quarters. For basic allowance for quarters purposes, an officer is not on the active list or on active or training duty while absent from duty under conditions which, under the laws governing the naval service, prevent him from receiving full basic pay, except when in a nonpay status under the act of May 17, 1926(44 Stat. 557; 34 U.S.C. 882a), as amended (See paragraph 78671.)
2. If otherwise entitled the reto, an officer is entitled to basic allowance for quarters for periods during which he is (1) on temporary additional duty, (2) on authorized leave (including sick leave), (3) under treatment in a hospital, (4) under arrest, or (5) awaiting orders at home or elsewhere.
3. If otherwise entitled thereto, an officer is entitled to basic allowance for quarters while he and/or his dependents, if any, occupy on a rental basis housing facilities under the jurisdiction of the Government. Buildings constructed or designated as public quarters may not be rented to officers or their dependents.
4. An officer on duty in a foreign country occupied by or allied with the United States is not entitled to basic allowance for quarters while he and his dependents, if any, are furnished quarters belonging to such foreign country without payment of rental for the quarters, even though a charge is made for rental of furnishings.
5. An officer for whom public quarters are available on the date he enters on leave is not entitled to basic allowance for quarters by reason of the fact that the quarters are undergoing repairs during the period of leave.
6. An officer is not entitled to basic allowance for quarters for the date of assignment of public quarters or for the date of termination of assignment of public quarters. 78092 TEMPORARY DUTY STATION CONSIDERED PERMANENT DUTY STATION
1. For basic allowance for quarters purposes, a temporary duty station, as distinguished from a temporary additional duty station, will be considered a permanent duty station. However, an officer without dependents is not entitled to basic allowance for quarters for periods of temporary duty between permanent duty stations for which a per diem allowance is authorized in accordance with the Joint Travel Regulations.
78093 STATION PER DIEM ALLOWANCE FOR QUARTERS FOR AN OFFICER OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES
1. An officer with or without dependents who is on permanent duty outside the continental United States is entitled to a station per diem allowance for quarters under the conditions and at the rates prescribed by the Joint Travel Regulations. Such station per diem allowance is in addition to the basic allowance for quarters to which an officer is entitled under this Section and will be paid in the manner prescribed by the U. S. Navy Travel Instructions.
Subsection B: Entitlement of Male and Women Officers Without Dependents 78100 GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
1. An officer without dependents is not entitled to basic allowance for quarters:
a. While occupying public quarters, including enlisted quarters and those occupied at a Veterans' Administration hospital.
b. While assigned public quarters, unless a competent authority certifies that the
quarters are not occupied because they are inadequate and/or not appropriate to the officer's rank.
c. While under treatment in a Government hospilal after detachment from his permanent or temporary duty station, unless he is authorized or required to subsist himself independently or is granted leave; see paragraph 78105.