What to know about the military pay scale
Military pay is an increasingly important issue in American politics.
With the exception of the president, the top military officers in the country have been largely insulated from public scrutiny.
The exception is the Army Chief of Staff.
The president has been subject to an unprecedented stream of criticism over his compensation.
But there are significant differences between the military and civilian pay scales, and there’s little precedent for military leaders and civilian leaders receiving identical compensation.
So, to provide some context, we’ve compiled a chart to illustrate how the military’s compensation stacks up with civilian salaries, according to an analysis by The Jerusalem Times.
Military pay The Army chief of staff gets $130,000.
He gets the same annual salary as the Army general who leads the U.S. military.
The Marine Corps gets $145,000, a full $11,000 less than the Army chief.
The Air Force chief gets $160,000 annually.
He is the lowest-paid military officer in the world.
The Navy chief of service receives $135,000 in annual pay.
He also gets the most money for his service, and receives an additional $10,000 for retirement.
The Army’s general, meanwhile, is the highest-paid civilian in the U, receiving $200,000 a year.
That salary is nearly $4,000 higher than that of the Air Force general.
The general is also the highest paid civilian in America, with an annual salary of $170,000 ($1.6 million a year).
However, the Marine Corps is the only major service in the military with an official pay cap of $500,000 per year.
So the general is entitled to more than $3.5 million per year in total pay, while the Army is only entitled to $500 per year ($1,500 for the general).
Military pay in the United States is divided into four tiers, based on rank.
The basic pay for enlisted personnel is $20,000; the lowest tier is $15,000 and the highest is $25,000 (the rank of colonel).
The second-highest pay tier is the Air National Guard, which gets $40,000 with a base salary of around $60,000 plus benefits.
The third tier is for Air Force personnel, which is $60 and the fourth is for Army personnel, with a salary of about $75,000 to $100,000 depending on the rank.
For the civilian workforce, the basic pay is $35,000 an year.
But the civilian personnel pay is capped at $25 an hour and the Air Guard is exempt from this cap.
Military personnel have different pay scales and are allowed to take the same pay cut when they retire.
The base salary is $23,000 if they are deployed overseas and $20 a month for those stationed at home.
The lowest-tier pay is for enlisted military personnel and the lowest is the general who is the head of the military.
This pay scale is set at $15.
For those who are deployed to overseas, the base salary for a general is $32,000 while the lowest pay is the base pay of the head and deputy commander of the brigade and division.
The pay scales differ for officers and enlisted personnel in the Air and Navy, and for enlisted service members.
The enlisted military pay is paid at $21 per hour with an additional bonus of $2 per hour for every hour worked above 30 hours per week.
For officers, the pay is at $13.50 per hour and they are entitled to the base base salary.
But for enlisted officers, they have a different pay scale, and their base pay is based on the number of years they have been on active duty.
The military pay scales are not identical in terms of their structure.
The top tier of the pay scales for the military is the General Schedule.
This is a base pay scale of $34,500 and includes $4.50 an hour for overtime work.
But, since the base of the schedule is $4 per hour, the total base pay for the officer and enlisted members is $37,000 when the base is $28,000 at the lowest rank.
On top of that, the officer who has the highest base pay gets a bonus of an additional 1.5% for every year of service.
The officer with the highest basic pay gets an additional 3% of their base salary, for a total of $11.50 for every $15 hours worked above 20 hours per day.
On the other hand, the enlisted members with the second-lowest pay, pay $17.50, while enlisted service men get a base base pay based on hours worked below 30 hours a week, which averages out to a base basic pay of $20.50.
The civilian base pay scales include the base schedule, which gives a base wage of $15 per hour.
However, this pay scale doesn’t account