Author: John V. Lund
Publisher: Nova Publishers
Release Date: 2004-01
Genre: Business & Economics
Recruiting and career retention remain valid and important concerns of the US Congress and the Executive Branch in a world where the US has become involved in many military engagements in recent years with more apparently on the horizon. This book deals with the questions of pay levels, health care, retirement benefits and other aspects of the military experience. These issues take on even more significance with a military which has been downsized in numbers and upsized in electronic technology. Contents: Preface, Military Pay and Benefits; Military Health Care; Military Medical Care Services; Veterans' Pensions: Fact Sheet; Military Retirement: Major Legislative Issues; Military Technicians: The Issue of Mandatory Retirement for Non-Dual-Status Technicians. Subject Index.
Author: David Clayton Carrad
Publisher: American Bar Association
Release Date: 2009
Written for family lawyers, judges, and plan administrators, this is a comprehensive resource for handling QDROs and working with the parties involved in this complex process. It provides basic knowledge of the substantive law of QDROs, step-by-step guidance and advanced techniques for the drafting and approval process, sample language and clauses with commentary, other forms including letters, forms, interrogatories, and checklists, and guidance on reading an annual benefits statement. Forms on CD-ROM.
Author: Patrick Hoeveler
Publisher: Schiffer Pub Limited
Release Date: 2010
The Desert Boneyards are a concept well known to every aeronautical enthusiast, and yet also veiled in secrecy. Gigantic desert aerodromes in which military and civilian aircraft from all over the world are stored, either permanently or for a time, in order to serve as sources of spare parts or to be reactivated after a certain time. In this unique photo documentation, the reader is shown the best-known of these desert boneyards in Arizona and California and presented fascinating insights into a world far away from the well-known airports.