Do you thing individuals that have retired from the Armed Forces be able to use the Government Rate?
Thanks for survey post. I thought they were already. If not, they should be!
Thank you for your reply.
Completely agree with Retired Military being able to use government rates and they do. I also believe Retired Federal Employees should as well.
Thank you and I agree with you.
IAH, refer to the direct message I sent you.
Hi 30Marine - I agree in that the service our military provides is unlike that of other types of government service. I would, however, suggest that Marriott create a military rate, separating it out from the local, state and federal government rate. By doing that, not only are our veterans recognized, it will reduce the potential for employees of more traditional government employment from expecting the same as well. As a prosecutor, I'm entitled to the government rate, bu I in no way compare what I do to what you did for your country. (I may have an irate defendant threaten me now and again, but that's not the same thing as serving in or the potential of having to serve in a war zone.) Once I retire, I won't expect the government rate to apply to me, but our military should.
Great point nhtraveler, then if you served in the Military and are a Gov't Employee Retiree give a bit of compensation. I know, I'm just fishing here as I have a splendid annuity and am not complaining in the least.
You are right.
Thank you, that sounds like a great idea.
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