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No. 435. MILITARY RESERVE PERSONNEL NOT ON ACTIVE DUTY: 1960 TO 1972
1 Comprises reserves in drill pay status prior to 1960 plus reserves in active duty basic training for other years. Source: U.S. Dept. of Defense, Office of the Secretary, Annual Report of the Secretary of Defense.
No. 436. RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS-ENROLLMENT: 1960 To 1972 [In thousands. For May, end of school year]
1 Consists of high schools, academies, junior colleges, and National Defense Cadet Corps Schools; beginning 1967, includes enrollment in Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force Junior ROTC, and in National Defense Cadet Corps.
Source: U.S. Dept. of Defense, Office of the Secretary, unpublished data.
No. 437. NATIONAL GUARD-ARMY AND AIR, STATES AND PUERTO RICO: 1972
X Not applicable. 1 See footnote 1, table 438.
Source: U.S. National Guard Bureau, Annual Report of the Chief, National Guard Bureau, and unpublished
2 See footnote 2, table 438.
National Guard-Military Pay Rates
No. 438. NATIONAL GUARD-SUMMARY: 1950 TO 1972
(Personnel in thousands; money figures in millions of dollars. As of June 30. Includes Puerto Rico]
NA Not available.
1 Excludes Guardsmen on active duty except those undergoing basic training.
* Includes personnel, operations, maintenance, and military construction.
Source: U.S. National Guard Bureau, Annual Report of the Chief, National Guard Bureau, and unpublished data.
MILITARY ANNUAL PAY RATES: 1960 To 1973
[In dollars. As of June 30. Based on weighted averages. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series Y 757-762]
1 Estimate. 2 Data not strictly comparable from year to year due to changes in coverage of allowances. * Computed by Bureau of the Census: Current dollars divided by consumer price index on 1967 base. Source: 1960, U.S. Dept. of Defense, Office of the Secretary (based on the President's 1960 budget estimate); thereafter, U.S. Office of Management and Budget, unpublished data.
No. 440. MONTHLY RATES OF MILITARY BASIC PAY: 1963 TO 1973
1 Longevity pay step of typical military member. 2 Statutory limitation.
Source: U.S. Dept. of Defense, Office of the Comptroller, The Economics of Defense Spending, A Look at the Realities, July, 1972.
CLASSIFICATION OF SELECTIVE SERVICE REGISTRANTS: 1965 TO 1972 [Number in thousands. As of December 31. Includes Puerto Rico and outlying areas]
1 Includes reserves.
X Not applicable. Z Less than 0.05 percent.
No. 442. STATUS OF SELECTIVE SERVICE DRAFTEES EXAMINED FOR MILITARY SERVICE, 1950 TO 1972, AND BY RACE, 1972
[Number in thousands. Includes Puerto Rico, Guam, Mariana Islands, and Virgin Islands. Based on results of preinduction examinations]
1 1950 data are for July through December only. Examinees who failed minimum requirement (10 percentile) on Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) or minimum requirement (below raw score of 60) on its equivalent (ECFA) administered to Spanish-speaking examinees in Puerto Rico.
Examinees classified as mental group IV on basis of AFQT but who failed to meet additional aptitude area requirements effective in August 1958 and called Army Classification Battery (ACB) tests until mid-September 1961 and Army Qualification Battery (AQB) since then. The AQB requirements were raised in May 1963 and lowered in November 1965, April 1966, October 1966, and December 1966.
Source: U.S. Dept. of the Army, Office of the Surgeon General, unpublished data.
STATUS OF SELECTIVE SERVICE DRAFTEES EXAMINED FOR MILITARY SERVICE, 1960 to 1972, and by States and Other Areas, 1972 [Based on results of preinduction examinations]
1 See footnote 2, table 442.
* Comprises Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. Comprises Guam and the Mariana Islands. Source: U.S. Dept. of the Army, Office of the Surgeon General, unpublished data.
SELECTIVE SERVICE DRAFTEES FOUND ACCEPTABLE
Refers to draftees who failed the mental test or additional aptitude tests, but who were administratively declared acceptable on the basis of their education and findings of a personal interview. Source: U.S. Dept. of the Army, Office of the Surgeon General, unpublished data.
No. 445. SELECTIVE SERVICE ACT VIOLATIONS-DISPOSITION OF DEFENDANTS: 1950 TO 1972
[For years ending June 30. Covers defendants charged in U.S. District Courts with violations of Selective Training and Service Act of 1940 and Universal Military Training and Service Act of 1948. Excludes District of Columbia, Canal Zone, Guam, and Virgin Islands]
Source: Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, Federal Offenders in the U.S. District Courts, Fiscal Year 1972.
No. 446. NUMBER OF LIVING VETERANS, BY PERIOD OF SERVICE: 1945 TO 1972 [Estimates in thousands. As of June 30. 1945 excludes Alaska and Hawaii. See also Historical Statistics, Colonial Times to 1957, series Y 776-786)
X Not applicable. 1 Veterans with service in both World War II and Korean conflict and in both Korean conflict and Vietnam (after Aug. 4, 1964) counted once. Includes Indian Wars veterans, not shown separately. Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census. Based on total male population 18 years old and over, estimated as of July 1. Includes war with Spain, Philippine Insurrection, and Boxer Rebellion. 4 Sept. 16, 1940 to July 25, 1947. June 27, 1950 to Jan. 31, 1955. Service after Aug. 4, 1964.
' Former members of Armed Forces whose only service was on active duty between Jan. 31, 1955 and Aug. 5, 1964. Source: Except as noted, U.S. Veterans Administration, Annual Report of Administrator of Veterans Affairs.