The Army is the largest employer in the US, and is now the largest contributor to the federal government.
But there are many more military employees working in civilian government than in the Air Force, and many of them are underpaid.
The problem, according to the Air National Guard, is that their jobs have been outsourced to the private sector, meaning that there’s not enough military employees to replace them.
This is not only problematic for veterans and their families, but also for the economy, which relies on the military for its security.
To help fix this, the Army commissioned a study to determine the pay of its employees in the private and public sectors.
The result is the Air Guard Uniformity Commission.
The study found that, compared to civilian employees, military employees were paid an average of 23 percent less than their civilian counterparts.
It also found that employees of the Air Forces were not being adequately compensated for the time they spend in the military.
The commission also found in the report that the salaries of those who worked for the military were not keeping pace with inflation, and that military service members have become more vulnerable to abuse by their supervisors.
In a recent interview with the Military Times, retired Air Force General Mike Mullen, the chairman of the commission, said the military is not a meritocracy.
“There’s no place for a meritocratic organization,” Mullen said.
“The military has no meritocracy.”
The commission, headed by former Army Secretary and current Army Reserve Officer Training Corps Officer William Hodge, is charged with finding a solution.
In March, the commission released its recommendations, and the Department of Defense is now working to implement the recommendations.
The most significant changes to pay in the commission’s report are the increase in the number of uniformed officers and enlisted personnel from 10,000 to 25,000.
These changes, along with the new enlisted personnel pay, will be implemented in 2018, according the Department.
Currently, each member of the military makes $70,000, and each officer makes $100,000 (or $2,400 a month).
The commission said it plans to provide recommendations to the military’s chain of command, including increasing the number, pay, and location of civilian employees.
It is also looking into how to compensate military spouses who are in the public sector and whether the Army should be required to provide a living allowance to military spouses, according a statement from the Department and the Air Corps.
In addition, the panel is exploring how to provide additional benefits to military employees who are deployed overseas, and also examining whether to require military spouses to work for the federal public safety department.
In May, the Air and Marine Corps announced that they will begin the process of moving their headquarters from Fort Bragg, North Carolina, to Fort Bratton, New York, which will also house their military operations center.
The move will be temporary, but it will affect the entire U.S. Air Force and Marine Force.
The decision is expected to cost the military $30 million over the next three years.
“This move will significantly reduce the size of the Army and Marine forces,” the statement from Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley and Marine Gen. James Neller said.
The Air Force also said that the relocation would cost it $1.6 billion, but the report does not give a breakdown of the cost of the move.
The cost of moving the headquarters is expected increase the annual cost of running the Army to $2.4 billion.
The costs of the relocation are expected to increase each year from 2018 to 2024.
It was not immediately clear whether the Air Base at Ellsworth, Georgia, would also be moved to Ellsworth.
“While the Army is looking at relocation options, it has no immediate plans to move Ellsworth to Ellsbury,” the Air Reserve Command said in a statement.
“We continue to be focused on meeting our current and planned Army staffing needs.”