3222. 3223. 3224. 3225.
Army Reserve, exclusive of members on active duty. Army Reserve: warrant oflacers. Army National Guard of United States. Army National Guard and Army National Guard of United States, exclusive of members on active duty. § 3201. Army: members on active d u t y (a) The authorized strength of the Army in members on active duty, exclusive of— (1) officer candidates; (2) Reserves on active duty for training; (3) members paid from appropriations for the Army National Guard or the Army Reserve; and (4) Reserves ordered to active duty in an emergency; is 837,000. (b) The authorized daily average strength of the Army in members on active duty during the fiscal year, exclusive of— (1) officer candidates; (2) Reserves on active duty for training purposes only; and (3) members employed in the Selective Service System; is 837,000. § 3202. Army: officers in certain commissioned g r a d e s (a) The authorized strength of the Army in officers on active duty in each of the following grades on the last day of each fiscal year, exclusive of officers on active duty for training only and officers serving with other departments or agencies on a reimbursable basis, is based on the total number of those officers authorized by the Secretary of the Army in all commissioned grades, as follows: The authorized strength In grade is— If the total number authorized Is—
50,000. 60,00070,000. 80,000. 90,000. 100,000 110,000 120,000 130,000 140,000 150,000
For general officers
For lieutenant colonels
350 400 425 450 475 495 610 520 530 540 550
3,352 3,752 4,102 4,452 4,752 5,002 5,202 5,402 5,602 5,802 6,002
6,940 8,045 9.150 10,205 11,260 12,265 13, 270 14,175 15,075 15,875 16.675
For majors 9,350 10,950 12,500 14,050 15,600 17,060 18,370 19,680 20,890 22,095 23,300
If the total number authorized by the Secretary is determined to be between two of the figures named in the first column of the table, the corresponding authorized strengths in grade are determined by mathematical interpolation between the respective authorized strengths named in the table. If it is determined to be more than 150,000, the Secretary shall fix the corresponding authorized strengths in grade in general conformity with the table. (b) Not more than one-half of the general officer strength may be in grades above brigadier general. (c) A vacancy in any grade may be filled by an appointment in any lower grade.