Leadership

Not to Lose Grade Through War Service

Issue 18 and Volume 68.

Not to Lose Grade Through War Service According to special order No. 193 issued by the New York fire department, the men who served in the world’s war are not to lose their continuity of advancement in grade through their absence Section 3 of the order reads as follows: “The Corporation Counsel has advised the Fire Commissioner that under the provisions of Chapter 266, Laws of 1920, members of the uniformed force of this Department who resigned to enlist in the Army, Navy or Marine Corps during the World War are entitled to continuity of service; i.e. advancement in grade regardless of their absence in the Army, Navy or Marine Corps. All such members of the uniformed force affected by the provisions of Chapter 266 of the Laws of 1920, will forward a report to this office on Monday, November 1, 1920, stating: Date of appointment in the uniformed force;…

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