Back Pay for RC Captains

Snyder, Lisa Beth
February 2001
Soldiers;Feb2001, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p14
Reports that reserve-component captains may be eligible to a year of back-pay in the United States (U.S.). Requirements for qualified applicants of the back-pay; Schedule of the phase III review of soldiers' records; Actions taken by the U.S. Army Office of Promotions.


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