1950-1954 Submarine and Aviation Duty Pay Chart
Subject to regulations prescribed by the President during this period, a member of a uniformed service who was entitled to basic pay was also entitled to incentive pay for the performance of hazardous duty required by orders.
Duties authorized the Incentive pay included:
- a crew member involving frequent and regular participation in aerial flight;
- an operator or crew member of an operational, self propelled submersible, including undersea exploration and research vehicles;
- frequent and regular participation in glider flights;
- involving parachute jumping as an essential part of military duty;
- involving intimate contact with persons afflicted with leprosy;
- involving the demolition of explosives as a primary duty, including training for that duty;
- low-pressure chamber inside observer;
- a human acceleration or deceleration experimental subject;
- a human test subject in thermal stress experiments.
Military Hazardous Duty Pay Rates
Rates in effect from October 1, 1949 to March 31, 1955. Amounts are monthly in U.S. dollar.
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Note 1: Although not indicated as part of law for the years concerned, for purposes of seperation, the pay grades O-9 and O-10 indicate those serving at the rank of lieutenant general and vice admiral or General and Admiral respectively.