Each civilian member who retires under section
7084 of this title is entitled to a life annuity computed by multiplying his average annual compensation during any five consecutive years of allowable service, at his option, by his number of years of service, not exceeding 35, and dividing the product by 70. The retirement annuity payable to a retired civilian member under a policy required by section
7082 of this title is counted as part of the retirement annuity provided in this section. Any difference between the amount received by the retired civilian member under his annuity policy and the total annual amount to which he is entitled under this section shall be paid to him by the Secretary of the Navy from appropriations made for this purpose.
The words “terminable on his death at the rate of the following total annual amount” are omitted as surplusage, since they are covered by the words “life annuity”.
The words “basic salary, pay, or” are omitted as surplusage, since they are covered by the word “compensation”. The first proviso is omitted as unnecessary, since all existing rights and benefits of persons affected by this title are protected by a general saving provision.
Increase in Annuities of Civilian Members Who Retired Before April 1, 1948
“(a) A retired civilian member of the teaching staff of the United States Naval Academy or the United States Naval Postgraduate School who retired before April 1, 1948, is entitled to be paid, out of applicable current appropriations, $300 a year in addition to the annuity to which he is entitled under section
7085 of title
10 [this section].
“(b) A retired civilian member whose annuity, when increased by $300 under subsection (a), is less than $1,860 is entitled to be paid an additional $300 a year out of applicable current appropriations.
“(c) Additions to the annuities of retired civilian members under subsection (b) do not increase the annuities payable to the survivors of those members.”
Increase of Annuities—1957
Pub. L. 85–40, May 31, 1957, 71 Stat. 42, provided: “That the annuities, payable under chapter
607 of title
10, United States Code [this chapter], to civilian members of the teaching staff of the United States Naval Academy or the United States Naval Postgraduate School are increased as follows: That portion of an annuity which is not in excess of $1,500 is increased by 12 per centum, and that portion of an annuity which is in excess of $1,500 is increased by 8 per centum. These increases shall not exceed the sum necessary to increase the annuity to $4,104, and are in addition to the increases authorized by Public Law 371, Eighty-fourth Congress. The monthly installments of each annuity shall be fixed at the nearest dollar.
“Sec. 2. The increases provided by section
1, when added to the annuities of retired civilian members of the teaching staff of the United States Naval Academy or the United States Naval Postgraduate School, do not increase the annuities of their survivors. The annuity of any such survivor, however, who is entitled to or becomes entitled to an annuity under chapter
607 of title
10, United States Code [this chapter], shall be increased in accordance with the following schedule:
“If annuity commences between—
Portion of annuity not in excess of $1,500 shall be increased by—
Portion of annuity in excess of $1,500 shall be increased by—
Jan. 16, 1936, and June 30, 1955
July 1, 1955, and Dec. 31, 1955
Jan. 1, 1956, and June 30, 1956
July 1, 1956, and Dec. 31, 1956
Jan. 1, 1957, and June 30, 1957
July 1, 1957, and Dec. 31, 1957
“Sec. 3. Any provision of law, enacted after the effective date of this Act [May 31, 1957], which increases the annuities of retired employees and their survivors who are entitled to annuities under the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, as amended (5 U.S.C. 691 et seq.) [now covered by section
8331 et seq. 30 of Title 5], shall be applicable in like manner and to the same extent to civilian members of the teaching staff of the United States Naval Academy and of the United States Naval Postgraduate School and their survivors who are entitled to annuities under chapter
607 of title
10, United States Code [this chapter].”
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