Video instructions and help with filling out and completing coast guard retirement pay chart

Instructions and Help about coast guard retirement pay chart

Music hello everyone DJ here let's talk about a skill that everyone in the Coast Guard Reserve should have in addition to being able to read your leave an irony statement or la s4 short everyone should be able to understand their retirement point statement as well don't worry this will not be a very in-depth episode it's just going to be the basics but why DJ you may ask I'm just going to be in the Coast Guard Reserve for a few years and then I'm getting out well this statement tells you more than just what you'll make if you stick around for 20 years and earn a monthly pension it also tells you if you are eligible for other service based benefits as well there will be a separate episode about those types of benefits later on for now let's focus on the retirement and tension side of things let me say from the outset that this episode will be much easier to understand if you have your own point statement with you as in in front of you while I'm talking about it if you do not have one please ask your full-time staff at your unit for a copy or you should be able to pull a copy of the statement yourself either from your electronic personnel record or from the direct access website as soon as I am able I will post instructions on how to do this in the resources section of this episode you will need a common access card or CAC to access the direct access site by the way anyway let's move on the points statement for the Coast Guard Reserve is called a reserve point statement pretty simple this is perhaps one of the simpler point statements of the reserve components it displays your retirement points from top to bottom from the previously completed armen ear down to the earliest if you're familiar with the old show dragnet it is just facts ma'am and that's what we're after in this game after all just the facts I will put a link in this episode to a handy how to read guide but I think will be useful to you I will be using this guide as my read along as I go through this episode and if you put it side-by-side with your point statement I think it will help with comprehending what I mean there will also be a link to a sample point statement if you don't have one yourself so hopefully even put those together and gain a better understanding of how to read this important document alright so the top section of your point segment shows your employee identification number social security number current rank permanent unit code and reporting unit code that's simple enough even if you don't know what all those codes mean you get the gist of it to the right of that is your date of birth pay entry base

FAQ

Does a coast guard that is stationed out of the country have to pay for his travel expenses when he has completed his services and is ready for his retirement?
NoNo one retires outside the USA.Upon retirement the US Government pays to relocate the member, his family, and his personal property back to the members home of record or anywhere closer.You are being scammed.
Is it necessary to be a graduate for filling out the admission form for the Indian Coast Guard?
Depends!If you wanna apply for officer cadre, You shall be a graduate and the eligibility is as per the advertisement published on the website.And for Navik entry, 12th pass is mandatory.However for domestic branch, the qualification is 10th pass as shown below.Goodluck!
How do I fill out the yearly percentage in the Indian Coast Guard AC application form when we have a CGPA?
Depends on wjich standard you are applying for10th = cgpax9.5Gradiation = cgpax multiplying factor.In some colleges it is 9.5,9,10 depends on colllege
How do I fill out the educational qualification section of the assistant commandant application form in coast guard (01/2019 batch)?
U should be Bachelor of science hieght166 wt 50 and pass ur exams
U.S. Coast Guard: How do coastguards search for and recover bodies of individuals swept out to sea?
US Coast Guard search operations for persons in the water (PIW's) utilize software from a program called SAROP's which takes in historical water current patterns, on scene weather/winds/currents, time of day/illumination level, size of person, what the person is wearing, whether or not the person has a flotation device and the type of aircraft or vessel doing the search. Once on scene a Coast Guard asset can deploy a data marker Bouy which can then be relocated its drift can then be used to better create a search pattern. The amount of time the Coast Guard will search for a PIW depends on the water temperature and what the PIW is wearing. A PIW with a flotation device in the Caribbean might survive a couple of days while a PIW near Alaska with no survival gear will be hypothermic in under an hour. The success of these searches largely depends the accuracy of the time/location of where the person fell off the vessel/washed out to sea. If the original information isn't very accurate then the search plan will be an educated guess. In most cases the Coast Guard doesn't search for bodies. A search action plan will be executed through such a time as it would be reasonable to expect the PIW to still be alive. Also of note a person with a 406 emergency positioning radio beacon (Epirb) will be found very quickly also a person with a strobe light at night or a mirror during the day is very easy to locate if we are in the general vicinity!
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