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Pay Corps (Subalterns, Promotion)

Volume 389: debated on Tuesday 4 May 1943

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asked the Secretary of State for War the rules governing promotion of subalterns to captains in the Royal Army Pay Corps?

A Regular subaltern paymaster is promoted to the rank of captain on the satisfactory completion of 12 months' probation. A subaltern assistant paymaster (quartermaster), whether holding a Regular or an emergency commission, is as a war-time measure promoted to the war substantive rank of captain after three years' commissioned service on full pay during the present war. In addition all subalterns in the Royal Army Pay Corps may be selected on the recommendation of their officer commanding to fill certain appointments carrying the rank of captain.