For the Relief of Certain Members of Fleet Naval Reserve and Fleet Marine Corps Reserve (H.R. 223). Mr. Pittenger
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For the Relief of Certain Members of Fleet Naval Reserve and Fleet Marine Corps Reserve (H.R. 223). Mr. Pittenger

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • United States. -- Naval Reserve -- Pay, allowances, etc. -- Law and legislation,
  • United States. -- Marine Corps Reserve -- Pay, allowances, etc. -- Law and legislation

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Considers (72) H.R. 223

Edition Notes

StatementUnited States House Committee on Naval Affairs, Seventy-Second Congress, first session
ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Naval Affairs
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationp. 409
Number of Pages409
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16963057M

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(a) The Fleet Reserve and the Fleet Marine Corps Reserve are composed of members of the naval service transferred thereto under this section. (b) An enlisted member of the Regular Navy or the Navy Reserve who has completed 20 or more years of active service in the armed forces may, at his request, be transferred to the Fleet Reserve. A similar fleet, the National Defense Reserve Fleet, is anchored in Suisun Bay near Benicia, California, and has similarly been location is known for hosting the Glomar Explorer after its recovery of portions of a Soviet submarine during the Cold War before its subsequent reactivation as a minerals exploration ship.. Beaumont. The Beaumont Reserve Fleet, . In August , President Woodrow Wilson signed the Naval Appropriations Act (), officially creating a Naval and Marine Corps Reserve. This Act focused upon the mobilization status of individuals not units and provided for the wartime expansion of the Corps without changing its statutory regular strength. When an enlisted Navy or Marine Corps member completes 30 years, including time on the retired rolls in receipt of retainer pay, the Fleet Reserve status is changed to retired status, and he begins receiving retired pay. To clarify, the law treats .

The Marine Corps Reserves – Years. Staff of the Marine Reserve Centennial Project. On August 29 of this year, the Marine Corps Reserve celebrates its th year of existence. From World War I through the Global War on Terrorism, the Marine Corps Reserve has played an essential role in the Marine Corps Total Force by augmenting and reinforcing the Active . MARINE CORPS INDIVIDUAL READY RESERVE (IRR) NOTICE: IF YOU HAVE RECEIVED ORDERS TO AN IRR ADMINISTRATIVE MUSTER, PLEASE SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM AND READ CAREFULLY GENERAL INFORMATION. The Marine Corps IRR is a segment of the Marine Corps Ready Reserve, which includes Selective Marine Corps Reserve (SMC) unit, . submission of a member’s request for transfer to Fleet Reserve: a. Members in: (1) Pay grades E-6 and below should submit request 6 to 18 months prior to requested Fleet Reserve transfer date. (2) Pay grades E-7 – E-9 should submit the request 6 to 24 months prior to the requested Fleet Reserve transfer date. b, aug , 20 comp. gen. clothing allowance - fleet marine corps reserve transferred members of the fleet marine corps reserve who are recalled to active duty in connection with the existing national emergency may be paid the undrawn clothing allowance accrued while on such active duty upon their relief therefrom. 24 comp. dec. ; 25 id. ; .

The mission of the U.S. Naval Reserve Force is to provide mission-capable units and individuals to the Navy, Marine Corps Team throughout the full range of . The Fleet Marine Reserve Medal was awarded to members of the Marine Corps Reserve who, after July 1, , but before to July 1, , served with an organized unit of the reserve, attended four annual field training periods of not less than fourteen days each, and attended at least thirty-eight drills a year for four consecutive years. Enlisted Retirement - An enlisted member of the Regular Navy who has completed 30 or more years of active service in the armed forces may be retired by the President (10 USC ). (Note: Members of the U.S. Naval Reserve who request retirement after 30 years of active service must transfer to the fleet reserve and transfer to the retired list. The following are categories of retirement with a brief description of each: Fleet Reserve — The Fleet Reserve was established to provide experienced personnel for the first stages of mobilization during an emergency or in time of war. Therefore, the Fleet Reserve is made up of former enlisted members of the regular Navy or Naval Reserve who can fill such billets without .