Minister of National Defense Hulusi Akar, who met with Ankara representatives of media organizations in the ministry, announced his military service fee as 55 thousand 194 liras.
Minister of National Defense Hulusi Akar met with Ankara Representatives of media organizations at breakfast. Minister Akar answered the questions by making statements about the agenda during his meeting with the journalists.
Making an evaluation on the new military system that started on June 26, 2019, Minister Akar reminded that in this system, privates can also become generals.
Explaining that the new military system was made by making arrangements within the framework of changing and developing conditions and needs from 1927 to 2019, Minister Akar noted that the new system has become a system after intensive studies.
Explaining how the paid military service fee is determined, Minister Akar stated that the salary of 6 non-lieutenants is taken as a criterion and that when this salary increases, the paid military service fee will also increase.
Stating that with the system in question, the needs of both the armed forces and the youth are met, Minister Akar also stated that there are serious reductions in the number of roll call leaks.
Minister Akar said, “The continuation of paid military service is really important in eliminating uncertainty. There was a 2021 percent increase in paid military service applications in 57. According to the latest estimates, the military service fee is 55 thousand 194 liras. Why? The salary of a lieutenant went up.” said.
Minister Akar noted that after completing his six-month military service, the salary of a Mehmetçi who wants to perform this service for 12 months is 4.250 TL, a reserve NCO's salary is 8 TL, and a non-commissioned officer's salary is 500 TL.
Minister Akar also announced that 6 of those who entered as privates within the scope of this system, which is also applied in modern armies, were officers, 41 non-commissioned officers, 480 specialist non-commissioned officers and 1.845 contracted privates.
WHEN WILL 2022 PAID MILITARY PLACES BE ANNOUNCED?
2022 Military service places have not been announced yet. In January last year, a statement was made about the places of military service. The results were announced via e-government in the 'Paid Classification Results Inquiry' section.
The selection and classification results were announced to the obliged parties on 22 January 2021 via e-Government.
PAID MILITARY SUMMARY AND DISPATCH PERIOD
1. The number of obligors who will benefit from paid military service is determined by the Ministry of National Defense in coordination with the General Staff. The units where they will do their basic military service and the quota of these units are notified to the Ministry of National Defense by the General Staff until 31 December.
2. In the event that the number of applicants is more than the number of obligors who will benefit from paid military service, the drawing of lots and classification procedures are determined by the classification board on the dates determined by the Ministry of National Defense in January of the following year. In the event that the number of bidders is less than the number of obligors to benefit from paid military service, all bidders are made to benefit from paid military service without drawing lots.
3. The assignment of the obliged parties to the force commands, their classification and distribution to the unit commanders where they will receive basic military training, and drawing lots are made by the classification committee.
Have paid military service places been announced? When and at what time of this month will the military service results and summons periods for 2022 with MSB ASAL and e-Government be announced?
4. Requests for change of summons and referral periods related to paid military service are evaluated by the General Directorate of Recruitment, provided that they want to complete basic military training in another summons period within that year.
5. Excuse situations specified in Article 59 of the Recruitment Regulation for those who have the right to benefit from paid military service; a. His arrest or conviction, b. Disease requiring rest, documented by a health institution report, c. Illness of his spouse or one of his blood/in-law relatives, including second degree, documented by a health institution committee report, showing that they are in danger of life, ç. Death of spouse or blood/in-law relatives, including second degree, before or within fifteen days of referral, d. Marriage of himself or one of his blood/in-law relatives, including second degree, within fifteen days before or after the referral, e. Postponements are not made, except in cases where the child is born within two months before or after the dispatch.