Q. What does Block 19 on my civilian leave and earnings statement mean? What does that number, which goes up on each LES, tell me? I plan to retire in three years at age 69 with just a few months less than 20 years of federal civil service. I’m an Army civilian.
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Q. How would 1,134 hours of sick leave be applied to my CSRS retirement? Currently I have 46 years and 10 months of government service. I am 62 years old. Can sick leave be credited toward my high-3 percentage. For example, instead of 80 percent of my high-3, Will I be entitled to get 1 percent added to my retirement income?
Q. I spent 13 years, 1987-2000, in the national guard, drill weekends and annual training periods. I have been working for the Department of Defense since 2006. Does any of this time count toward my retirement or leave accrual?
Q. What about Title 32 time before starting employment as a technician? (I’m 10 years part-time ANG with numerous Title 32 orders.) I am being told that my Title 32 time is not creditable for leave accrual and not eligible for buy-back. It appears there may be a Title 10 limitation for creditable “active-duty” time concerning leave accrual.
Q. I worked on a permanent GS appointment from July 2013 to May 2014. I separated and returned to the government January 2015. Is there any way I can get back my previous time for leave-accumulation purposes?
Q. Should I receive service credit and/or leave accrual for actual service during a war? I have active service with the Navy during the Persian Gulf War, from Aug. 2, 1990, to Jan. 2, 1992. I’m currently employed with the federal government.