The general schedule (GS) is the predominant pay scale within the United States
civil service. ..... Equivalency between civilian pay grades and military rank is only
for protocol purposes and infor...
The cost of military personnel assigned to activities financed by a Defense ...
MILITARY. GRADE. CIVILIAN GRADE EQUIVALENT. Based on GS Pay Scales.
Military Rank to Civilian equivalency tables are created by each branch of the
military. ... The equivalent ranks listed below show which positions are equal in
terms of ... Age and experience level are a huge factor and is often more
significant than grade alone. ... GS-7, E-9, Sergeant Major or Command Sergeant
Major. GS- ...
Convert your military pay grade to the federal general service pay grade using
the following guidelines: E-1 through E-3 are equal to GS-1, GS-2 or GS-3.
I'm a GS-9, and I make less than any NCO in the US military. ... The OPM
determines the level of responsibility for GS ranks. ... many people carry the
misguided notion that "equivalent to rank X" somehow means "substitute for ...
www.cherrypoint.marines.mil/Portals/86/Docs/Military Equivalent Chart.docx
Military, Civilian Grade Group. Grade ... WS-15 & Production Support Equivalent,
NS 14-19. NL 15. O-4 ... Chief Warrent Officer, GS 8, NF-3, WG-8, WS-13
Apr 16, 2012 ... OSD, the Military Departments (including the Coast Guard at all .... Civilian
Geneva Convention Categories and Equivalent Grades for Prisoner of WarPOW
..... IV. Field Grade Officer,. POW of Equivalent. Rank. O-6. GS-15.
By protocol, government ranks above GS-15, such as senior executives or
foreign service officers, can be equated with generals and admirals. GS-12
An E-5 is roughly equivalent to a GS-11 based strictly on pay. ... in the Military as
to what GS level positions correspond to their Military rank based strictly on pay.
Apr 11, 2011 ... The battalion commander had a civilian deputy who was a GS-14, Coakley told
The Rumor Doctor. ... thought, civilians cannot pull rank on troops, according to
experts. ... “The only civilians in the operational chain of military command are ...
not because they are legally equivalent,” said retired Army Lt. Col.