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360 (3) Male line officers of the Navy designated for engineering duty, aeronautical engineering duty, or special duty who are promoted to the grade of lieutenant commander to fill vacancies in the combined grades of lieutenant commander, commander, and captain and whose promotion was delayed iDecause there were no vacancies for them at the time when they would otherwise have been eligible for promotion under section 5769(b) of this title. (4) Male line officers of the Navy designated for limited duty. (5) Women line officers on the active list of the Navy promoted to the grade of commander or lieutenant commander. (6) Male officers of the Marine Corps not restricted in the performance of duty. (7) Male officers of the Marine Corps designated for supply duty promoted to the grade of brigadier general. (8) Male officers of the Marine Corps designated for supply duty who are promoted to the grade of major to fill vacancies in the combined grades of major, lieutenant colonel, and colonel and whose promotion was delayed because there were no vacancies for them at the time when they would otherwise have been eligible for promotion under section 5769(b) of this title. (9) Male officers of the Marine Corps designated for limited duty. (10) Women officers on the active list of the Marine Corps promoted to the grade of lieutenant colonel or major. (11) Staff corps officers of the Navy promoted to the grade of rear admiral. (b) Each male line officer of the Navy designated for engineering duty, aeronautical engineering duty, or special duty and each male officer of the Marine Corps designated for supply duty, if not in a category listed in subsection (a), is entitled, when promoted under the preceding sections of this chapter, to the pay and allowances of the grade to which promoted from the date on which he became eligible for promotion to that grade. (c) Each woman line officer on the active list of the Navy promoted to the grade of lieutenant and each woman officer on the active list of the Marine Corps promoted to the grade of captain under the preceding sections of this chapter is entitled to the pay and allowances of the grade to which promoted from July 1 following the date on which the President approved the report of the selection board that recommended her for promotion. (d) Except as provided in subsection (e), each male staff corps officer and each woman staff corps officer who is promoted to a grade below rear admiral under the preceding sections of this chapter is entitled to the pay and allowances of the grade to which promoted from the date on which his running mate in that grade became eligible for promotion to that grade. (e) Each officer in the Medical Service Corps who is promoted to the grade of captain and each officer in the Nurse Corps who is promoted to the grade of commander or lieutenant commander under the preceding sections of this chapter is entitled to the pay and allowances of the grade to which promoted from— (1) the date of the occurrence of the vacancy that he was promoted to fill; or