With the British government’s plans to introduce a new retirement system that includes a military pension, many of its pensioners are facing a tough decision about how much to save.
What they need to know: What the army, navy and air force get The amount of pensions the military gets The amount that a retired officer gets The difference between what retired officers receive and what pensioners get In most cases, pensioners will get a larger pension, while officers and others with lower income will get smaller ones.
This is because there are different rules for the military and civil service.
For example, soldiers get a higher amount than civil servants.
Some pensions, such as the National Insurance pension, are also paid to the whole service.
There are also higher rates for military personnel, with the Royal Marines getting a higher rate of about £1,500 compared with other service members.
The Army gets the highest rate of the three service types, although some officers, such in the Royal Navy, get more than others.
The rate for soldiers is higher for the first pension and then gradually decreases, with a minimum rate of £500 a year for those in the Army, £2,000 for those with a secondary degree, £4,000 in the Air Force and £7,000 among the Army’s reservists.
This means that an officer will get an average pension of about $1,800 a year, and an enlisted soldier will get about $3,600.
Pensioners and retired officers with high incomes are not guaranteed a higher pension rate for life.
Instead, the military will give them a fixed amount depending on their salary and on their age.
This will depend on their experience and qualifications.
In general, the higher the pension, the more generous the amount, while the lower the pension the less generous the payment.
For some people, however, the rate is the same, or even lower.
Some people receive a higher payment than others because of their age or their higher level of employment.
The amount received by retired soldiers and officers varies from £300 to £1.3 million ($2.7 to $5.2 million), depending on whether they worked full-time or part-time and their income.
Pensioner pension rates are the same in Britain and many other countries, but the government is looking to introduce the military system in a much more aggressive way than it did in the 1990s, when it set a retirement age of 66.
For the first time, it will also introduce a “living wage” – the minimum wage – at the end of the retirement period.
This figure is set to rise to £10.60 an hour by 2020, and then to £13.70 by 2021.
There will also be a cap on the number of years of paid employment, at 65, and the number on which an individual can be awarded an additional pension, at three years.
The government is also looking to increase the amount paid to retired officers and civil servants by 25%.
The new retirement age for the army is due to be introduced in 2020, but this will not apply to civil servants, so they will have to wait until 2021 for the full retirement age.
Civil servants will also get a reduced rate of pension.
The first set of pension rates for civil servants are £716 a year ($1,724) for those who work 30 hours a week and £1:3 for those working 40 hours a day.
The remaining two rates are for those earning up to £11,300 ($14,300) and £13,500 ($16,500).
There is a cap of £4.25 a day, and a minimum wage of £10 a day for all pensioners.
There is no cap on when the cap is to be lifted, but it will be gradually increased from £6.50 a day to £9.50.
It is possible that, by the time it is lifted, civil servants will not have enough pension to live on, but they will not receive a new rate of payment, either.
Civil service pensions are calculated on a sliding scale based on a number of factors, including the number and length of the service, the amount of time they have worked, the number or length of time that they have been in a job and their position at the organisation.
There can be a big difference in the number, length and pay for different jobs, so it is important to remember that the pension rates vary from one organisation to the next.
For instance, the army has a rate of around £2.5 million ($4.6 million) a year.
However, it only has a total of 11,000 pensioners, so there are around 4,500 of them.
There also are a number pensioners that work as part of a team.
For a team, each of the members will receive a different amount.
For an example, a senior civil servant in a particular department might receive £1 a day from the organisation and the other 10