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63 STAT.] 81ST CONG. , 1ST SESS.-CHI. 681-OCT. 12,1949 in addition to basic pay, be entitled to receive special pay, under such regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary concerned, at the rate of not less than $5 per month and not exceeding $30 per month. (b) Members of the uniformed services entitled to receive basic pay and employed as divers in actual salvage or repair operations in depths of over ninety feet, or in depths of less than ninety feet, when the officer in charge of the salvage or repair operation shall find, in accordance with regulations prescribed by the Secretary concerned, that extraordinary hazardous conditions exist, shall, in addition to basic pay, be entitled to receive the sum of $5 per hour for each hour or fraction thereof while so employed. The amounts authorized to be paid pursuant to this subsection shall, in the case of enlisted persons, e in addition to the amounts authorized pursuant to subsection (a) of this section. (c) No member of the uniformed services shall be entitled to receive the special pay authorized pursuant to this section in addition to in- centive pay authorized pursuant to section 204 of this Act. (d) The President may, in time of war, suspend the payment of diving-duty pay. SPECIAL PAY--SEA AND FOREIGN DoT. SEC. 206. Under such regulations as the President may prescribe, enlisted persons of the uniformed services entitled to receive basic pay shall, in addition thereto, while on sea duty or while on duty in any place beyond the continental limits of the United States or in Alaska, be entitled to receive pay at the following monthly rates: Pay Monthly Pay Monthly grades rates grades rates E-7 -- ----------- ----


$22.50 E-3


$9.00 E-6


20.00 E-2 _-------------------------- 8.00 E-5


16.00 E-1


8.00 E-4 - --- ---- ----


13.00 SPECIAL PAY-R-EENI STMENT BONUS SEC. 207. (a) Members of the uniformed services who enlist under the conditions set forth in subsection (b) of this section within three months from the date of their discharge or separation, or within such lesser period of time as the Secretary concerned may determine from time to time, shall be paid a lump sum reenlistment bonus of $40, $90, $160, $250, or $360 upon enlistment for a period of two, three, four, five, or six years, respectively; and, upon enlistment for an unspeci- fied period of time amounting to more than six years a lump sum reen- listment bonus of $360 shall be paid, and, upon the completion of six years' enlisted service in such enlistment, for each year thereafter a lump sum payment of $60 shall be made, subject to the limitation that the total amount paid shall not exceed $1,440. No reenlistment bonus shall be paid for more than four enlistments entered into after the effective date of this section: Provided, That the bonus to be paid in the case of a person reenlisting for a period which would extend the length of his active Federal service beyond thirty years shall be com- puted as if said reenlistment were for the minimum number of years necessary to permit such person to complete thirty years' active Federal service. (b) For the purpose of payment of the reenlistment bonus author- ized by subsection (a) of this section, enlistment in one of the Regular services following (1) compulsory or voluntary active duty in such service, or (2) extended active duty of one year or more in a Reserve component of such service, shall be considered a reenlistment. 811 Divers in salvage or repair operations. Restriction. Ante, p. E09. Suspension of pay- ment. Limitation. Service beyond 30 years. Qualifications for bonus.