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Topic - Joseph Farrell
When I read Joseph Farrell's letter about the use of overtime to calculate pensions ("Don't use overtime to calculate pensions," April 4), it occurred to me how much greater my military retirement pay would be had it been based on my top three years in terms of hours worked.
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