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|Outflow( 7) rates( 2) from UK regular forces( 3) to civil life by rank|
|Rate per 100 people|
|Voluntary outflow rates( 8) from trained UK regular forces( 3) to civil life by rank|
|Rate per 100 people|
|n/a = unavailable|
(1) Figures show all intake to UK regular forces including re-enlistments and rejoined
(2) Inflow and outflow rates have been calculated using total (trained and untrained) strength as at 1 April of each year.
(3) Figures are for UK regular forces and therefore excludes Gurkhas, Full Time Reserve
Service personnel, the Home Service battalions of the Royal Irish Regiment and mobilised reservists. NATO Rank is based on JPA field Paid Rank, if this field is blank then NATO Rank is based on JPA field Substantive Rank
(4) Due to the introduction of a new personnel administration system, Naval Service statistics from 1 October 2006 are provisional and subject to review.
(5) Due to the introduction of a new personnel administration system, Army outflow data by rank for 1 March 2007 to 31 March 2007 are not available. Consequently, Army figures for 2006-07 are the latest available, comprising flows during the period 1 March 2006 to 28 February 2007.
(6) Denotes provisional.
(7) Figures show all outflow from UK regular forces including recalled reservists on release and outflow to the Home Service battalions of the Royal Irish Regiment
(8) Voluntary outflow rates have been calculated using trained strength only as at 1 April of each year.
(9) Due to ongoing validation of data from the new personnel administration system, Army voluntary outflow data for 2006-07 are currently unavailable.
|Estimate of average annual salary( 1) by NATO rank( 2)|
|(1) Estimates of average annual salaries are based on basic pay only and do not include any allowances. They are calculated by multiplying fixed pay level strengths by the corresponding yearly pay rates. As such they will not include the effects of changes to the spread of pay levels within each rank caused by annual increments, promotions, exits and intakes. The figures provided in this table are taken from calculations used for the Military Salaries Index, a copy of which is available in the UK Defence Statistics at Table 2.26.|
Note that UKDS Table 2.26 also includes illustrative rates. These are actual rates corresponding to the pay level populated by the most service personnel of that rank and will therefore differ from the estimates of average rates of pay provided in this answer.
(2) An explanation of the relationship between NATO rank codes and UK service ranks is provided on page 3 of TSP9 available at http://www.dasa.mod.uk/natstats/tsp9/tsp9tab4.html
(3 )OR1 estimates include personnel on New Entrant rates of pay and personnel on Artificer Apprentices, Probationary Medical and Communications Technicians rates of pay.
(4) There is a discontinuity between 2000-01 and 2001-02signified by the blank rowwhich is due to the introduction of a new pay system, Pay 2000. The resulting changes to the structure of military salaries meant that the individual pay rates could not be tracked over this period. As such while estimates since 2001-02 are based on strengths by pay level as at 1 May 2005 estimates prior to this will be based on historic pay strengths under the previous pay structure.
All estimates of average annual salary are rounded to the nearest £100.
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