substantive rank


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substantive rank

(səbˈstæntɪv)
n
(Military) a permanent rank in the armed services obtained by length of service, selection, etc
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These include extending time based promotion to the substantive rank of Captain, Major and Lieutenant Colonel after 2, 6 and 13 years of reckonable service respectively to SSC officers, increase in tenure of SSC officers from 10 years to 14 years, grant of re-employment to SSC officers after 14 years of service.
Those assistant sub-inspectors promoted in the substantive rank of officiating sub- inspectors were ASI Muzaffar Khan, Shafi Mohammad, Israr Ali, Abdul Qayyum, Mushtaq Hussain, Mawaz Khan, Umar Badshah, Sajjad Haider, Mir Dad, Maqsood Khan, Probationer/ASI Fazal Mehmood, Zeeshan Ahmad, Abbas Ali, Imran Khan, Mujahid Hussain and probationer ASI Abdul Hameed.
He said: "I am proud to say that I joined Northumbria Police working in every area command until my retirement on April 12, 2007, when I left with an exemplary service record, in the substantive rank of detective inspector, acting detective chief inspector "In my time with the police I was a Police Federation Representative, representing the federated ranks.
Talking about the measures being instigated by the Defence Ministry, Antony said: "All officers, including those in the Short Service Commission (SSC), are now eligible to hold substantive rank of Captain, Major and Lieutenant Colonel after two, six and 13 years of reckonable service respectively.
Listing the steps taken to motivate the service personnel to continue in service and attract youth to join Armed Forces, Antony said all officers including those in Short Service Commission (SSC) were now eligible to hold substantive rank of Captain, Major and Lieutenant Colonel after two, six and 13 years of reckonable service respectively.
Officers are regularly offered this opportunity for a period of time and subsequently return to their substantive rank.
The award was created in 1914 for commissioned officers of the substantive rank of Captain or below and for Warrant Officers.
A brigadier I served under (a decent, popular man) wrote to the War Office in London complaining that if the present demob rate reduced his 'establishment', he would have to revert to his peacetime substantive rank of Lt-Colonel, and lose out on his pension.
His further interest was in matters military, where he served in the CMF from 1948 to 1963 and held the substantive rank of Major.
He was promoted to the substantive rank of Commander on June 30 last year - the day of the first drunken incident.
KOHAT -- The Regional Police Officer Kohat Akhtar Hayat Khan has approved the confirmation of 16 Sub-Inspectors of Kohat Region in their substantive rank.
All officers including those in Short Service Commission (SSC) are now eligible to hold substantive rank of Caption, Major and Lieutenant colonel after two, six and 13 years of reckonable service respectively.