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Asked on: 11/01/11, 12:54 pm

I work for a government agency and part of the formula for determining if you get parking at this command is Federal Service. I am retired from the Navy and because I am retired the parking instruction stated that my calculation of federal time is only based on my present federal time and doesn’t include my time served on active duty. But someone who transfers from another federal job gets credit for their time at their other job. So the only times that doen't count is activity duty time for a retired person.Also the same command has given me a Length of Service Certificate for a combination of both present federal service and all honorable military time. Are they discriminating against retired veterans?

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