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From December 1927, conscripts who had completed a course of study with the requisite marks at a government-run Young Men's Training Institute ("Seinen Kunrenshou"), the curriculum of which included 200 hours of military training, could have their period of active service reduced to 18 months. Normal-school graduates with the requisite marks had their active service reduced to five months. Graduates of middle and higher schools who had completed courses in military training with the requisite marks were required to serve one year for middle-school graduates or for 10 months for higher-school graduates.

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Salaries, benefits and pensions

Salaries and pensions for Imperial soldiers and sailors were very low by Western standards. On the eve of the Second World War, the yen had a value of $0.23.[45] No true exchange rate existed for the yen during the war years, and wartime inflation reduced the yen to a fraction of its pre-war value.[46]

Officer cadets were paid a yearly salary of ¥670 ($154.10 in 1941 dollars). Second lieutenants were paid ¥850 yearly ($195.50), lieutenants ¥1020-1130 ($234.60-259.90) and captains ¥1470-1900 ($338.10-437). Majors were paid ¥2330 yearly ($535.90), lieutenant-colonels ¥3220 ($740.60) and colonels ¥4150 ($954.60). Major-generals were paid ¥5000 yearly ($1150), lieutenant-generals ¥5800 ($1334) and full generals ¥6600 ($1518).[47]


The Imperial Japanese Army managed various Arsenals:

Japanese Army Sagami Arsenal: with Mitsubishi, developed and manufactured tanks
Japanese Army Osaka Arsenal: with Mitsubishi and Hitachi manufactured tanks and artillery
Japanese Army Sasebo Arsenal: with Mitsubishi, manufactured tanks
Japanese Army Heijo Arsenal: with Nambu, manufactured hand and long infantry weapons
Japanese Army Mukden Arsenal: with Nambu, manufactured infantry weapons
Japanese Army Kokura Arsenal: with Nambu, manufactured small arms and Machine Guns
Japanese Army Tokyo Arsenal: the Army administrative and testing center related with light and heavy weapons production
Japanese Army Tachikawa Arsenal: dedicated to develop and manufacture aircraft for the Imperial Japanese Army Air Service
Japanese Army Koishikawa Arsenal (Tokyo)

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