I’ve spent many a weekend driving to work, and when I arrived at my destination, my car was already full of people waiting for me at the entrance.
I was in the mood for a long day of coffee and watching sports.
It was late and I wanted to see what the weather was like.
I figured I would check out the city from the air, and since I had been in town for about four weeks, I was used to it.
After I checked in at the gate, a soldier came out of the gate to greet me.
“Hey, welcome to Fort Hood,” he said.
“Nice to meet you, sir.”
I looked at him and said, “Hi, this is Chris.”
I’m pretty sure he was just talking to me, but I thought that meant he was a friend.
“Hi,” he replied.
“You just called me a ‘friend,'” I said.
It wasn’t funny.
The conversation quickly went to his car, and he looked at it for a while, then said, I just got a call from a friend of mine.
He asked me what my name was.
I said I’m Chris, and we exchanged numbers and talked.
“That’s the name of the soldier,” he explained.
“We’re friends,” I said, and I turned to leave.
He told me he was the only person he knew who worked at the base and had never heard of the name Chris.
He had been at Fort Hood for four weeks.
The military pay scales are based on a five-point scale, and there are different tiers of pay depending on where you are on the scale.
For example, a general who was a colonel earns $160,000 a year, and a major who was an enlisted person earned $140,000.
In order to be considered a general, you have to have three to five years of service, have a total of 10 years of pay, and you must have completed three years of military training.
General pay can range from $150,000 to $150.000, and enlisted pay can vary depending on whether you are a general or a commissioned officer.
The Army does not have a specific salary scale for non-commissioned officers.
It’s also possible to be promoted to a colonel or a major, and then promoted to an enlisted rank, with pay ranging from $175,000 and up to $200,000 depending on the rank.
A colonel can earn $300,000 or more, and the Army does pay for the benefits of promotion.
The pay for enlisted personnel is based on rank.
The higher the rank, the more years of training and pay.
A lieutenant colonel earns about $100,000 per year, a major colonel about $150 the same amount, and an officer of the rank of colonel or major earns about the same.
There are three tiers of rank: major, colonel, and general.
A general can earn about $180,000 annually, a colonel about the equivalent of $250,000, or a lieutenant colonel about a $300 the same as a major.
There’s also an “equivalent” pay level for officers, which is based upon the rank they are in.
A Major is in the “second tier” of pay and receives about $250 a month in pay, while a Brigadier General is in “the third tier” and gets about $300.
A major is the highest pay level in the Army.
I’ve also heard that the pay is not based on the number of years you’ve served, but the number in which you’ve been on active duty.
There is also a special “reserve pay” for officers who are on active-duty training.
This is usually $40,000 in salary, but is based off a one-year commitment of up to six months, so you can receive a lump sum of up $60,000 when you leave the service.
There also is a separate salary for the officer in the rank above a colonel, so there are some additional deductions for certain ranks, such as those in the Special Forces or the Special Weapons and Tactics Command.
General Pay Scale I didn’t ask about the pay scale because I figured the information would come with my own paycheck.
I did ask, however, if there was anything else I should know.
The answer was a resounding no.
The “pay scale” I saw on my paycheck is for all employees who work for the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps.
This means the pay for all personnel who are in uniform is equal to the salary of an officer in that uniform, regardless of how long they’ve been there.
That is, an officer is paid at his or her rank and level regardless of the years they’ve worked in the service, as long as they’ve served more than three years.
The base pay scale is for uniformed personnel who work in the infantry, special operations, and other positions within the Army and Navy