The development and implementation of a fair market rental system for military family housing.
Lemon, Harvey Brace
Tibbitts, J.C. Jr.
Buttinger, James D.
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This thesis examines the history of military family housing including the precedents for differential treatment of married military personnel; discusses the present management system for family housing; and describes the reasons and recommendations for the recent proposal for converting the present system of forfeiture of Basic Allowance for Quarters to a system of Fair Market Rental of quarters. It discusses the relationship of the Fair Market Rental concept with the subject of a salary system, and includes a brief description of the British experience with their all volunteer force and salary system. Some discussion is included regarding acceptance of a Fair Market Rental system by service members, and the effect of such conversion on the family housing management system.
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