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63 STAT.] 81ST CONG. , 1 ST SESS.-CH. 681-OCT. 12, 1949 807 Pay grade 0-8 .... 0-7 -- 0-6 ... . 0-5 -- 0-4 -- 0-3-- 0-2 - 0-1----- Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps General, lieutenant general, and major general. Brigadiergeneral --............ Colonel Lieutenant colonel ----

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~ - :-::. First lieutenant--- Second lieutenant - ... .... Public Health Service Navy, Coast Guard, and Coast and Geodetic Survey Admiral, vice admiral, and rear admiral (upper half). Rear admiral (lower half) and commodore. Captain ------ _ . ---


Commander-------__ .. __ Lieutenant commander - --- Lieutenant ------------- Lieutenant (junior grade)----- Ensign -. . _......._ (c) For basic pay purposes, warrant officers (including warrant officers heretofore retired) shall be distributed by the Secretary con- cerned in the various pay grades prescribed for warrant officers in subsection (a) of this section. (d) For basic pay purposes, enlisted persons shall be distributed by the Secretary concerned in the various pay grades prescribed for enlisted persons in subsection (a) of this section. (e) All members of the uniformed services when on the active list, when on active duty, or when participating in full-time training, training duty with pay or other full-time duty (provided for or authorized in the National Defense Act, as amended, or in the Naval Reserve Act of 1938, as amended, or in other provisions of law, includ- ing participation in exercises or performance of the duties provided for by sections 5, 81, 94, 97, and 99 of the National Defense Act, as amended), and in addition thereto, all members of the National Guard and the Air National Guard when they are entitled by law to receive from the Federal Government the same pay as that authorized for members of the Regular components of the uniformed services of corresponding grade or rank, shall be entitled to receive the basic pay of the pay grade to which assigned, or in which distributed, pursuant to subsection (b), (c), or (d) of this section, in accordance with cumulative years of service: Provided, That in accordance with regu- lations prescribed by the President, in the case of members of the uniformed services called or ordered to extended active duty in excess of thirty days, active duty shall include the time required to perform travel from home to first duty station and from last duty station to home by the mode of transportation authorized in orders for such members: Provided further, That any full-time training, training duty withpay, or other full-time duty performed by members of the National Guard of the United States or the Air National Guard of the United States, pursuant to this section, while in their status as mem- bers of the National Guard or the Air National Guard of the several States, Territories, and the District of Columbia and which entitles them to receive basic pay, shall be deemed to be active duty in the service of the United States. SERVICE CREDITABLE IN COMPUTATION OF BASIC PAY SEC. 202. (a) Subject to the provisions of subsections (b), (c), and (d) of this section, in computing the cumulative years of service to be counted by members of the uniformed services for determining the amount of basic pay they are entitled to receive upon completion of such years of service, such members shall be credited with- (1) full time for all periods of active service as a commissioned officer, commissioned warrant officer, warrant officer, Army field clerk, flight officer, and enlisted person in any Regular or Reserve component of any of the uniformed services; and Warrant officers. Ante, p. 805. Enlisted persons. Ante, p. 805. Members entitled to basic pay. 39 Stat. 166. 10 U.S. 0 . 1§2e seg.; Supp. II, 2 d seq.;32 U.s . s. 1 detl.; Supp. II, I tdeq. Post, pp . 836, 837, 840. 52 Stat. 1175. 34U.8.0. 1853j; Supp. II, 853b et seq. 39 Stat. 167, 203 , 206, 207. 10U. .0. 4,22- 25,32-36,38;32U. .C. §i 63-66 , 144 -146 , 171- 176. Ante, p. 806; supra. Inclusion of travel time. Post, . S8. Surgeon general, deputy sur- geon general, and assistant surgeon general having rank of major general. Assistant surgeon general hav- ing rank of brigadier general Director grade. Senior grade. Full grade. Senior assistant grade. Assistant grade. Junior assistant grade.