Six months" pay for dependent relatives of Army nurses in case of death.

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .

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  • Armies,
  • Military dependents,
  • Military pensions

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Other titlesDependents of deceased members of Nurse Corps, Army
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination2 p.
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Open LibraryOL16145806M

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B, j22 comp. gen. gratuities - six months' death - army reserve nurses reserve nurses in the army nurse corps who are called or ordered to active duty for extended military service in excess of 30 days are "nurses of the regular army" within the meaning of the act of march 8,which extends to "nurses of the regular army" the 6 months' death gratuity.

b, august 6,22 comp. gen. six months' death gratuity - jurisdiction and sufficiency of dependency determinations by subordinate officials the jurisdiction of the general accounting office as "to any other dependent relative" designated under the act ofto receive the 6 months' death gratuity provided by that act is not affected by section 10 of the.

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Soldiers scheduled to attend training in the United States for six months or longer will arrive 14 days early for screening and quarantine. Soldiers currently in a CONUS-based TRADOC school may return to CDC-defined Alert Level 1 and Level 2 countries with approval from the first General Officer or SES in their chain of command and must follow.

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Also, for a surviving spouse who has one or more dependent children below an additional $ is added to the monthly.

It is well over six months since that assessment was carried out. One of my sisters thinks she may have attended that assessment, but we haven’t had anything in writing to advise us of the result.

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away from the old headquarters. For relocation within the same station or within 20 Kms. of the Hqrs. of the deceased, the entitlement is equivalent to 1/3rd of oneFile Size: KB.

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