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Military Pay and Pensions

Find information on basic pay, pensions, and retirement benefits for service members, veterans, and military retirees, including whom to contact with questions and concerns.

Military and Retiree Pay Information

Find military pay charts, military retirement calculators, and contact information for problems with military and retiree pay.

Military Pay Charts and Military Retirement Calculators

Visit MilitaryPay.Defense.gov to find military retirement calculators and to get the latest information on

Military and Retiree Pay Problems

Department of Defense (DOD) Active Duty, Reservists, and Retirees 

If you’re active duty or in the Reserve, contact your post or base finance office first for questions about your military pay. 

For additional help, contact the appropriate Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) office:

Coast Guard Active Duty, Reservists, and Retirees

  • If you’re active duty or in the Reserve, contact your unit administrative yeoman for questions about your military pay. 

  • Coast Guard retirees should contact the Coast Guard Pay & Personnel Center. Call 1-866-772-8724

Pension Benefits for Military Retirees

The military has two retirement systems:

  • The new Blended Retirement System (BRS)

  • The legacy High-3 system

Which plan you fall under depends on when you joined the military and whether you chose to opt-in to the BRS.

Enrollment in the BRS Depends on When You Joined the Service

  • If you joined before January 1, 2006, you remained in the legacy retirement system.

  • If you joined the service on or after January 1, 2018, you were automatically enrolled in the BRS.

  • If you joined between January 1, 2006, and December 31, 2017, you could stay in the legacy system or enroll in the new one. The last day to enroll in the BRS plan was December 31, 2018.

Blended Retirement System (BRS)

The Blended Retirement System went into effect on January 1, 2018. It includes:

  • Matching Thrift Savings Plan contributions

  • Mid-career retention bonuses

  • A monthly annuity for life after 20 years of service. The annuity is based on a calculation of 2% per year served. The legacy retirement annuity is based on 2 ½% per year served.

Calculate your pension under the BRS.

Legacy High-3 (High-36) System

Service members in the legacy High-3 system must have begun their service by December 31, 2017. Also called High-36 or “military retired pay,” this is a defined benefit plan.

  • You’ll need to serve 20 years or more to qualify for the lifetime monthly annuity.

  • Your retirement benefit is determined by your years of service. It’s calculated at 2.5% times your highest 36 months of basic pay.

  • Thrift Savings Plan contributions are not matched by the government.

Calculate your pension under the legacy High-3 System.

Military Retirees and Pension Benefit Questions

If you ’re a military retiree with questions about your benefits, contact your branch of service:

Pension Taxes

You may not have to pay federal income taxes on your military pension. Use the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) online tool and online publication to find out.

Military Retirement and Social Security Benefits

Retirees can get both Social Security benefits and their military pension. Learn how the Social Security Administration (SSA) credits military service for your benefit. 

VA Disability Compensation Benefits

Veterans who have a service-related injury or illness may be entitled to VA disability compensation. It’s a tax-free monthly benefit.

Visit VA.gov to learn:

  • Which conditions qualify you for benefits

  • How the claims process works

  • Where to file your claim

  • How to appeal a decision you disagree with. The process changed in February 2019.

Survivors of veterans may receive compensation benefits in certain situations.

VA Pensions for Veterans and Survivors With a Low Income

Wartime veterans with a low income and their survivors may qualify for a tax-free pension. These monthly payments from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are based on financial need.

Veterans Pension and Survivors Pension Eligibility 

Both pensions base eligibility on the veteran’s service time, financial need, and age or status of the veteran or survivor. 

How to Calculate VA Pensions

The amount for both pensions is the difference between the recipient’s "countable" income and the annual pension limit set by Congress.

How to Apply for a VA Pension

See how to apply for a veterans pension, including online.

See how to apply for a survivors pension.

Aid & Attendance (A&A) and Housebound Benefits

If you receive a VA pension, you may also qualify for Aid & Attendance or Housebound benefits. You can only get one of them. Each has its own qualifications.

Veterans Pension Versus Military Retirement

Some people confuse military retirement benefits with a VA pension. Here are two ways to tell the difference:

  • Military retirement is taxable but a VA pension is tax-free.  

  • Military retirement uses years of service (not necessarily wartime). But a VA pension is based on wartime service and financial need. 

Veterans Pension Versus Disability Compensation

In some cases, veterans can receive disability compensation. It's not the same as the VA pension. Here’s a way to tell the difference:

  • Disability compensation is for an illness or injury that happens because of or was made worse by your military service. It’s not income-based and war service is not required. 

  • A VA pension is for war veterans with a low income and who may have a disability that is not service-related.  

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2021 Military Pay Charts

2021 Pay Increase

Military pay saw a 3.0% increase for 2021 compared to 2020 levels. The military pay tables below apply to active members of the Navy, Marines, Army, Air Force, Coast Guard and Space Force.

The calculator above (and related tables below) reflect 2021 monthly pay based on the 3.0% pay raise, which is effective as of January 1, 2021. This pay increase will be reflected in your January 15 paycheck.

2021 Military Pay Charts:

2021 Active Duty Pay Charts

2021 Drill Pay Charts

Factors That Affect Military Pay

Your paycheck is also likely to contain several tax-free allowances as well as special pays that are based on your duty station, qualifications or military specialties. All this things are part of normal military pay, salary or compensation.

To calculate your complete military pay, including base pay, BAH and other special pays, use the Military Pay Calculator.

Prior Pay Charts

Keep Up With Military Pay Updates

Military pay benefits are constantly changing. Make sure you're up-to-date with everything you've earned. Subscribe to Military.com to receive updates on all of your military pay and benefits, delivered directly to your inbox.

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Uniformed services pay grades of the United States

Overview of U.S. uniformed services' pay grades

Pay grades[1] are used by the eight uniformed services of the United States[2] (in order of precedence per US law: Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Space Force, Coast Guard, Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, and NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps) to determine wages and benefits based on the corresponding military rank of a member of the services. While different titles or ranks may be used among the eight uniformed services, pay grades are uniform and equivalent between the services and can be used to quickly determine seniority among a group of members from different services.[3] They are also essential when determining a member's entitlements such as basic pay and allowances.[4]

Structure[edit]

Pay grades are divided into three groups:[1]enlisted (E), warrant officer (W), and officer (O). Enlisted pay grades begin at E-1 and end at E-9; warrant officer pay grades originate at W-1 and terminate at W-5; and officer pay grades start at O-1 and finish at O-11 (although O-11 has not been used since General of the ArmyOmar Bradley died in 1981;[5] currently O-10 is the highest authorized pay grade and pay grade O-11 appears nowhere in Title 10 of the US Code pertaining to authorized distribution of general/flag officers,[6] nor within various documents establishing rates of pay[7][1][8]). Not all of the uniformed services use all of the grades; for example, the Navy and Coast Guard (USCG) have authority to use, but do not use the grade W-1 (the USCG also chooses not to use W-5[9][10]), and the Air Force (USAF) discontinued appointing new warrant officers in 1959 (although the last USAF warrant officer did not retire until 1992).[11]

Although authorized to do so, currently, neither the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), nor the Public Health Service (USPHS), use any of the enlisted or warrant officer grades.[6][12][13][14][15] (However, in October 2004, the USPHS initiated "a program to establish a cadre of Warrant Officers to support the long-established Commissioned Corps of the PHS." As of 1 February 2014 the program was still in development.)[16] Additionally, while not formally established as one of the eight uniformed services, the Maritime Service (which provides officers serving in the Maritime Administration and as administrators and instructors at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA), and the six state-operated maritime academies)[17][18] is also authorized, but does not currently employ, enlisted[19] or warrant officer grades.[20]

Officers in pay grades O-1, O-2, and O-3 with more than four years of prior cumulative service (creditable toward both length of service and retirement) in an enlisted or warrant officer grade are paid "... the special rate of basic pay for pay grade O-1E, O-2E, or O-3E,"[21] respectively.[4] This benefit does not affect their rank and is used simply for reward and incentive purposes in recognition of their prior enlisted (or warrant officer) experience. A cumulative total of 1,440 days of creditable Federal active duty and/or reserve inactive duty for training days is required to qualify.[22][23]

Warrant Officer-1 pay grade is normally reserved for officers appointed using a "warrant"[3][24] rather than a "commission"[25][26] by the Secretary of Defense or by each of the service secretaries, using authority delegated from the President,[27] to an intermediate rank between enlisted non-commissioned officers and commissioned officers (starting at W-2).[10] However, appointments to this grade can by made by commission by the service secretaries, defense secretary, or the President,[24] but this is more uncommon. By law, regulation, and traditional customs and courtesies across the military services, warrant officers serving in pay grade W-1 have the same privileges as commissioned officers (with certain exceptions grounded in the distinction required in the Constitution that all "officers of the United States" be commissioned,[28] which affects the command authority and specific standing of warrant officer-1's under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) and the Manual for Courts-Martial).[29][11][30][31][32]

While those officers appointed by the President directly as cadets or midshipmen at four of the Federal Service Academies (US Military Academy; US Naval Academy; US Air Force Academy; US Coast Guard Academy) are members of the Regular Component of their Service,[3] serving on active duty, they hold neither a commission nor a warrant of appointment, nor are they appointed to an enlisted grade or rank.[33] US statutes no longer include any pay grade for cadets or midshipmen;[1] as "inchoate officers,"[34][35] appointed using the Appointments Clause of the US Constitution[36] as "inferior officers," they are recognized as having only a precedence below the most junior warrant officer, and above the enlisted grades, and almost entirely lack any authority over any other servicemembers (including other cadets and midshipmen) except for specific internal Academy functions, or very narrowly drawn training purposes while serving with their Service for leadership and skills development.[31]

Those officers appointed to attend the US Merchant Marine Academy (the fifth Federal Service Academy), by the Administrator of the Maritime Administration (within the Department of Transportation),[37][38] will also be appointed by the Secretary of the Navy directly as Midshipmen, US Navy Reserve, without enlistment.[39] Additionally, the Service Secretaries will appoint the cadets or midshipmen of the Senior Reserve Officers Training Corps (SROTC),[40][41] but unlike the cadets and midshipmen of each Federal Service Academy, SROTC are first enlisted into the reserve component of their respective service.[42][43][44][3][45][46] Cadets and midshipmen from both the USMMA and SROTC are appointed as "inchoate officers"[34][35] without a commission or warrant,[34] but unlike the other four Federal service academies, they are also appointed under Article II as "inferior officers" in their respective reserve component,[36] and only serve on active duty during authorized training events (typically the "Sea Year" for USMMA midshipmen,[19] or for SROTC during the summers between years of college).[4][47][43] They share the ill-defined precedence, and lack of statutory pay grade, of cadets and midshipmen of the Academies, and have even less apparent authority (since they are generally not in any official duty status) beyond their internal USMMA and ROTC requirements, although they—like the cadets and midshipmen serving in the Regular Component at the Federal Service Academies—have the innate potential to command troops in emergencies, and otherwise perform duties far beyond their academic environment, as required by competent authorities.[19][31][32][33][34][35][42]

For both types of cadets and midshipmen, Academy Cadets/Midshipmen and SROTC members/applicants, without a statutory pay grade, their Basic pay rate is: $1,087.80, effective 1 January 2018, which is: "... the monthly rate equal to 35 percent of the basic pay of a commissioned officer in the pay grade O–1 with less than two years of service ..."[48][22][47]

For pay tables and information on specific pay grade wages and entitlements for members of the uniformed services, see United States military pay.

Equivalent grades in NATO armed forces[edit]

The enlisted grades correspond with the NATOrank codes,[49] with E-1 being equivalent to OR-1, E-2 equivalent to OR-2, and so on. The officer grades are all one higher than their NATO equivalent (except O-1) as the O-1 and O-2 grades are both equivalent to the NATO code of OF-1. Hence O-3 is equivalent to OF-2, O-4 is equivalent to OF-3, and so on. U.S. warrant officer grades (W-1 through W-5) are depicted in the NATO system as WO-1 through WO-5. The United States is the only nation that has officers in this category.

Enlisted pay grades[edit]

Note: The Public Health Service Commissioned Corps and NOAA Commissioned Officer Corps consist entirely of commissioned officers and do not use any of the enlisted (or warrant officer) pay grades.

Pay
Grade
Years of Service (computed under 37 U.S.C. 205)
2 or fewer Over 2 Over 3 Over 4 Over 6 Over 8 Over 10 Over 12 Over 14 Over 16 Over 18
E-1[i]$1,514
.70
E-1[ii]$1,638
.30 $1,638
.30 $1,638
.30 $1,638
.30 $1,638
.30 $1,638
.30 $1,638
.30 $1,638
.30 $1,638
.30 $1,638
.30 $1,638
.30
E-2 $1,836
.30 $1,836
.30 $1,836
.30 $1,836
.30 $1,836
.30 $1,836
.30 $1,836
.30 $1,836
.30 $1,836
.30 $1,836
.30 $1,836
.30
E-3 $1,931
.10 $2,052
.30 $2,176
.80 $2,176
.80 $2,176
.80 $2,176
.80 $2,176
.80 $2,176
.80 $2,176
.80 $2,176
.80 $2,176
.80
E-4 $2,139
.00 $2,248
.50 $2,490
.60 $2,596
.50 $2,596
.50 $2,596
.50 $2,596
.50 $2,596
.50 $2,596
.50 $2,596
.50 $2,596
.50
E-5 $2,332
.80 $2,490
.00 $2,610
.30 $2,733
.30 $2,925
.30 $3,125
.70 $3,290
.70 $3,310
.50 $3,310
.50 $3,310
.50 $3,310
.50
E-6 $2,546
.40 $2,802
.30 $2,925
.90 $3,046
.20 $3,171
.60 $3,453
.60 $3,563
.70 $3,776
.70 $3,841
.50 $3,888
.90 $3,944
.10
E-7 $2,944
.20 $3,213
.30 $3,336
.60 $3,499
.20 $3,626
.70 $3,845
.10 $3,968
.40 $4,186
.80 $4,368
.90 $4,493
.10 $4,625
.10
E-8 $4,235
.40 $4,422
.60 $4,538
.70 $4,677
.30 $4,828
.20 $5,099
.70
E-9[iii]$5,173
.80 $5,290
.80 $5,439
.00 $5,612
.40 $5,788
.20
  1. ^Applies to personnel who have served less than 4 months on active duty.
  2. ^Applies to personnel who have served 4 months or more on active duty.
  3. ^For noncommissioned officers serving as Sergeant Major of the Army, Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy or Coast Guard, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, or Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chief of the National Guard Bureau, basic pay for this grade is $8,361.00 per month, as of 1 January 2018, regardless of cumulative years of service under 37 U.S.C. 205.[48][56]

Warrant Officer pay grades[edit]

Pay
grade
Rank by Branch of Service[1][7]
Army Marine Corps Navy Air Force Space Force Coast Guard Public Health Service
Commissioned Corps
NOAA Commissioned
Officer Corps
W-1 Warrant Officer 1Warrant Officer 1 Warrant Officer 1 discontinuednonenot usednonenone
W-2 Chief Warrant Officer 2 Chief Warrant Officer 2 Chief Warrant Officer 2 discontinuednoneChief Warrant Officer 2 nonenone
W-3 Chief Warrant Officer 3 Chief Warrant Officer 3 Chief Warrant Officer 3 discontinuednoneChief Warrant Officer 3 nonenone
W-4 Chief Warrant Officer 4 Chief Warrant Officer 4 Chief Warrant Officer 4 discontinuednoneChief Warrant Officer 4 nonenone
W-5 Chief Warrant Officer 5 Chief Warrant Officer 5 Chief Warrant Officer 5 discontinuednonenot usednonenone
Pay
Grade[1]
Years of Service (computed under 37 U.S.C. 205)
2 or fewer Over 2 Over 3 Over 4 Over 6 Over 8 Over 10 Over 12 Over 14 Over 16 Over 18
W-1 $3,037
.50 $3,364
.50 $3,452
.40 $3,638
.10 $3,857
.70 $4,181
.70 $4,332
.60 $4,543
.80 $4,751
.70 $4,915
.50 $5,065
.80
W-2 $3,460
.50 $3,787
.80 $3,888
.60 $3,957
.60 $4,182
.30 $4,530
.90 $4,703
.70 $4,873
.80 $5,082
.00 $5,244
.60 $5,391
.90
W-3 $3,910
.80 $4,073
.70 $4,240
.80 $4,296
.00 $4,470
.60 $4,815
.30 $5,174
.10 $5,343
.30 $5,538
.90 $5,739
.90 $6,102
.30
W-4 $4,282
.50 $4,606
.50 $4,738
.50 $4,868
.70 $5,092
.80 $5,314
.50 $5,539
.20 $5,876
.40 $6,172
.50 $6,454
.20 $6,684
.90
W-5

Commissioned Officer pay grades[edit]

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2022 Military Pay Scale (Projected)

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U.S. Military Pay Basic Compensation for Enlisted and Officer Candidates for operating year 2022.

(Updated: 09/12/2021): Below is the 2022 MILITARY PAY SCALE of the United States military presented in chart format. Enlisted personnel are displayed as E-1 to E-9. For those service branches recognizing a Warrant Officer rank, 'W' grades range from W-1 to W-5. Likewise Officers are scaled from O-1 to O-10. For those grades showcasing symbols *, **, ***, or † please refer to the corresponding notes at the bottom of each respective chart. Pay is shown in monthly dollar (USD) values without any benefits or bonuses. Past charts dating back to fiscal year 2000 are available in our military pay chart index. For information on service ranks, view the United States Military Rank profiles.

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ENLISTED GRADES



2yrs
$1,833.20

3yrs
$1,833.20

4yrs
$1,833.20

6yrs
$1,833.20

8yrs
$1,833.20

10yrs
$1,833.20

12yrs
$1,833.20

14yrs
$1,833.20

16yrs
$1,833.20

18yrs
$1,833.20

20yrs
$1,833.20

22yrs
$1,833.20

24yrs
$1,833.20

26yrs
$1,833.20

30yrs
$1,833.20

34yrs
$1,833.20

38yrs
$1,833.20



2yrs
$2,054.72

3yrs
$2,054.72

4yrs
$2,054.72

6yrs
$2,054.72

8yrs
$2,054.72

10yrs
$2,054.72

12yrs
$2,054.72

14yrs
$2,054.72

16yrs
$2,054.72

18yrs
$2,054.72

20yrs
$2,054.72

22yrs
$2,054.72

24yrs
$2,054.72

26yrs
$2,054.72

30yrs
$2,054.72

34yrs
$2,054.72

38yrs
$2,054.72



2yrs
$2,296.58

3yrs
$2,435.84

4yrs
$2,435.84

6yrs
$2,435.84

8yrs
$2,435.84

10yrs
$2,435.84

12yrs
$2,435.84

14yrs
$2,435.84

16yrs
$2,435.84

18yrs
$2,435.84

20yrs
$2,435.84

22yrs
$2,435.84

24yrs
$2,435.84

26yrs
$2,435.84

30yrs
$2,435.84

34yrs
$2,435.84

38yrs
$2,435.84



2yrs
$2,515.94

3yrs
$2,652.12

4yrs
$2,786.76

6yrs
$2,905.38

8yrs
$2,905.38

10yrs
$2,905.38

12yrs
$2,905.38

14yrs
$2,905.38

16yrs
$2,905.38

18yrs
$2,905.38

20yrs
$2,905.38

22yrs
$2,905.38

24yrs
$2,905.38

26yrs
$2,905.38

30yrs
$2,905.38

34yrs
$2,905.38

38yrs
$2,905.38



2yrs
$2,786.15

3yrs
$2,920.79

4yrs
$3,058.51

6yrs
$3,273.25

8yrs
$3,497.55

10yrs
$3,682.10

12yrs
$3,704.29

14yrs
$3,704.29

16yrs
$3,704.29

18yrs
$3,704.29

20yrs
$3,704.29

22yrs
$3,704.29

24yrs
$3,704.29

26yrs
$3,704.29

30yrs
$3,704.29

34yrs
$3,704.29

38yrs
$3,704.29



2yrs
$3,135.53

3yrs
$3,274.18

4yrs
$3,408.51

6yrs
$3,548.70

8yrs
$3,864.19

10yrs
$3,987.74

12yrs
$4,225.59

14yrs
$4,298.30

16yrs
$4,351.30

18yrs
$4,413.22

20yrs
$4,413.22

22yrs
$4,413.22

24yrs
$4,413.22

26yrs
$4,413.22

30yrs
$4,413.22

34yrs
$4,413.22

38yrs
$4,413.22



2yrs
$3,595.53

3yrs
$3,733.56

4yrs
$3,915.33

6yrs
$4,057.99

8yrs
$4,302.62

10yrs
$4,440.65

12yrs
$4,684.97

14yrs
$4,888.62

16yrs
$5,027.27

18yrs
$5,175.16

20yrs
$5,232.46

22yrs
$5,425.02

24yrs
$5,528.24

26yrs
$5,921.07

30yrs
$5,921.07

34yrs
$5,921.07

38yrs
$5,921.07



2yrs
- - - - -

3yrs
- - - - -

4yrs
- - - - -

6yrs
- - - - -

8yrs
$4,739.19

10yrs
$4,948.70

12yrs
$5,078.41

14yrs
$5,233.69

16yrs
$5,402.53

18yrs
$5,706.32

20yrs
$5,860.37

22yrs
$6,122.56

24yrs
$6,268.29

26yrs
$6,626.00

30yrs
$6,759.10

34yrs
$6,759.10

38yrs
$6,759.10



2yrs
- - - - -

3yrs
- - - - -

4yrs
- - - - -

6yrs
- - - - -

8yrs
- - - - -

10yrs
$5,789.20

12yrs
$5,920.45

14yrs
$6,085.90

16yrs
$6,280.00

18yrs
$6,476.88

20yrs
$6,790.52

22yrs
$7,057.03

24yrs
$7,336.17

26yrs
$7,764.43

30yrs
$8,152.02

34yrs
$8,559.94

38yrs
$8,988.82



NOTES FOR ENLISTED CANDIDATES ABOVE

✝ For the Sergeant Major of the Army, Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard, Senior Enlisted Advisor of the JCS, or Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chief of the National Guard Bureau, basic pay is $-,---.--.

Additional: Basic pay rate for Academy Cadets / Midshipmen and ROTC members / applicants is $1,694.86.

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WARRANT OFFICER GRADES



2yrs
$3,763.96

3yrs
$3,862.96

4yrs
$4,070.93

6yrs
$4,316.48

8yrs
$4,648.81

10yrs
$4,847.65

12yrs
$5,084.57

14yrs
$5,317.19

16yrs
$5,500.20

18yrs
$5,668.42

20yrs
$5,873.00

22yrs
$5,873.00

24yrs
$5,873.00

26yrs
$5,873.00

30yrs
$5,873.00

34yrs
$5,873.00

38yrs
$5,873.00



2yrs
$4,238.53

3yrs
$4,350.99

4yrs
$4,428.63

6yrs
$4,679.42

8yrs
$5.069.79

10yrs
$5,263.58

12yrs
$5,453.68

14yrs
$5,686.60

16yrs
$5,868.69

18yrs
$6.033.21

20yrs
$6,230.71

22yrs
$6,360.42

24yrs
$6,463.01

26yrs
$6,463.01

30yrs
$6,463.01

34yrs
$6,463.01

38yrs
$6,463.01



2yrs
$4,558.34

3yrs
$4,745.66

4yrs
$4,806.67

6yrs
$5,002.31

8yrs
$5,388.05

10yrs
$5,789.51

12yrs
$5,978.68

14yrs
$6,197.74

16yrs
$6,422.65

18yrs
$6,828.42

20yrs
$7,101.71

22yrs
$7,265.31

24yrs
$7,439.07

26yrs
$7,676.31

30yrs
$7,676.31

34yrs
$7,676.31

38yrs
$7,676.31



2yrs
$5,154.20

3yrs
$5,302.09

4yrs
$5,447.82

6yrs
$5,698.62

8yrs
$5,946.64

10yrs
$6,198.05

12yrs
$6,575.47

14yrs
$6,906.68

16yrs
$7,221.86

18yrs
$7,480.51

20yrs
$7,731.77

22yrs
$8,101.18

24yrs
$8,404.66

26yrs
$8,750.96

30yrs
$8,925.66

34yrs
$8,925.66

38yrs
$8,925.66



2yrs
- - - - -

3yrs
- - - - -

4yrs
- - - - -

6yrs
- - - - -

8yrs
- - - - -

10yrs
- - - - -

12yrs
- - - - -

14yrs
- - - - -

16yrs
- - - - -

18yrs
- - - - -

20yrs
$8,520.20

22yrs
$8,952.15

24yrs
$9,274.43

26yrs
$9,630.28

30yrs
$10,112.77

34yrs
$10,617.74

38yrs
$11,149.52



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OFFICER(1) GRADES



2yrs
- - - - -

3yrs
- - - - -

4yrs
$4,375.64

6yrs
$4,672.34

8yrs
$4,844.87

10yrs
$5,021.72

12yrs
$5,194.87

14yrs
$5,432.73

16yrs
$5,432.73

18yrs
$5,432.73

20yrs
$5,432.73

22yrs
$5,432.73

24yrs
$5,432.73

26yrs
$5,432.73

30yrs
$5,432.73

34yrs
$5,432.73

38yrs
$5,432.73



2yrs
- - - - -

3yrs
- - - - -

4yrs
$5,432.73

6yrs
$5,544.26

8yrs
$5,720.80

10yrs
$6,018.73

12yrs
$6,249.19

14yrs
$6,420.50

16yrs
$6,420.50

18yrs
$5,432.73

20yrs
$6,420.50

22yrs
$6,420.50

24yrs
$6,420.50

26yrs
$6,420.50

30yrs
$6,420.50

34yrs
$6,420.50

38yrs
$6,420.50



2yrs
- - - - -

3yrs
- - - - -

4yrs
$6,185.42

6yrs
$6,482.12

8yrs
$6,807.16

10yrs
$7,017.29

12yrs
$7,362.97

14yrs
$7,654.74

16yrs
$7,822.66

18yrs
$8,050.65

20yrs
$8,050.65

22yrs
$8,050.65

24yrs
$8,050.65

26yrs
$8,050.65

30yrs
$8,050.65

34yrs
$8,050.65

38yrs
$8,050.65



NOTES FOR OFFICER(1) CANDIDATES ABOVE

✲ Applicable to O-1 to O-3 with at least 4 years and 1 day of active duty or more than 1460 points as a warrant and / or enlisted member. See Department of Defense Financial Management Regulations for more detailed explanation on who is eligible for this special basic pay rate.

OFFICER(2) GRADES



2yrs
$3,619.56

3yrs
$4,375.64

4yrs
$4,375.64

6yrs
$4,375.64

8yrs
$4,375.64

10yrs
$4,375.64

12yrs
$4,375.64

14yrs
$4,375.64

16yrs
$4,375.64

18yrs
$4,375.64

20yrs
$4,375.64

22yrs
$4,375.64

24yrs
$4,375.64

26yrs
$4,375.64

30yrs
$4,375.64

34yrs
$4,375.64

38yrs
$4,375.64



2yrs
$4,562.65

3yrs
$5,254.95

4yrs
$5,432.73

6yrs
$5,544.26

8yrs
$5,544.26

10yrs
$5,544.26

12yrs
$5,544.26

14yrs
$5,544.26

16yrs
$5,544.26

18yrs
$5,544.26

20yrs
$5,544.26

22yrs
$5,544.26

24yrs
$5,544.26

26yrs
$5,544.26

30yrs
$5,544.26

34yrs
$5,544.26

38yrs
$5,544.26



2yrs
$5,255.88

3yrs
$5,673.43

4yrs
$6,185.42

6yrs
$6,482.12

8yrs
$6,807.16

10yrs
$7,017.29

12yrs
$7,362.97

14yrs
$7,543.52

16yrs
$7,543.52

18yrs
$7,543.52

20yrs
$7,543.52

22yrs
$7,543.52

24yrs
$7,543.52

26yrs
$7,543.52

30yrs
$7,543.52

34yrs
$7,543.52

38yrs
$7,543.52



2yrs
$6,105.41

3yrs
$6,512.31

4yrs
$6,602.58

6yrs
$6,980.62

8yrs
$7,386.39

10yrs
$7,891.67

12yrs
$8,284.50

14yrs
$8,557.48

16yrs
$8,714.61

18yrs
$8,805.19

20yrs
$8,805.19

22yrs
$8,805.19

24yrs
$8,805.19

26yrs
$8,805.19

30yrs
$8,805.19

34yrs
$8,805.19

38yrs
$8,805.19



2yrs
$6,885.42

3yrs
$7,361.74

4yrs
$7,451.40

6yrs
$7,749.33

8yrs
$7,926.80

10yrs
$8,318.08

12yrs
$8,605.85

14yrs
$8,976.80

16yrs
$9,544.01

18yrs
$9,813.91

20yrs
$10,081.03

22yrs
$10,384.20

24yrs
$10,384.20

26yrs
$10,384.20

30yrs
$10,384.20

34yrs
$10,384.20

38yrs
$10,384.20



2yrs
$8,054.66

3yrs
$8,583.36

4yrs
$8,583.36

6yrs
$8,616.32

8yrs
$8,985.43

10yrs
$9,034.42

12yrs
$9,034.42

14yrs
$9,547.71

16yrs
$10,455.37

18yrs
$10,988.08

20yrs
$11,520.48

22yrs
$11,823.65

24yrs
$12,130.82

26yrs
$12,725.45

30yrs
$12,979.64

34yrs
$12,979.64

38yrs
$12,979.64



2yrs
$10,120.47

3yrs
$10,325.36

4yrs
$10,490.81

6yrs
$10,789.66

8yrs
$11,085.44

10yrs
$11,427.12

12yrs
$11,767.57

14yrs
$12,109.56

16yrs
$13,183.29

18yrs
$14,089.72

20yrs
$14,089.72

22yrs
$14,089.72

24yrs
$14,089.72

26yrs
$14,162.12

30yrs
$14,445.58

34yrs
$14,445.58

38yrs
$14,445.58



2yrs
$12,017.13

3yrs
$12,270.08

4yrs
$12,340.64

6yrs
$12,656.13

8yrs
$13,183.29

10yrs
$13,306.22

12yrs
$13,806.58

14yrs
$13,950.77

16yrs
$14,382.11

18yrs
$15,006.32

20yrs
$15,581.54

22yrs
$15,965.74

24yrs
$15,965.74

26yrs
$15,965.74

30yrs
$16,365.66

34yrs
$16,774.20

38yrs
$16,774.20



2yrs
- - - - -

3yrs
- - - - -

4yrs
- - - - -

6yrs
- - - - -

8yrs
- - - - -

10yrs
- - - - -

12yrs
- - - - -

14yrs
- - - - -

16yrs
- - - - -

18yrs
- - - - -

20yrs
$16,444.84

22yrs
$16,682.38

24yrs
$17,024.37

26yrs
$17,056.72

30yrs
$17,056.72

34yrs
$17,056.72

38yrs
$17,056.72



2yrs
- - - - -

3yrs
- - - - -

4yrs
- - - - -

6yrs
- - - - -

8yrs
- - - - -

10yrs
- - - - -

12yrs
- - - - -

14yrs
- - - - -

16yrs
- - - - -

18yrs
- - - - -

20yrs
$17,056.72

22yrs
$17,056.72

24yrs
$17,056.72

26yrs
$17,056.72

30yrs
$17,056.72

34yrs
$17,056.72

38yrs
$17,056.72



NOTES FOR OFFICER(2) CANDIDATES ABOVE

✲✲ Basic pay for O-6 and below is limited by Level V of the Executive Schedule in effect during Calendar Year 2022 which is $13,838.93.
✲✲✲ Basic pay for an O-7 to O-10 is limited by Level II of the Executive Schedule in effect during Calendar Year 2022 which is $17,056.72. This includes officers serving as Chairman or Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), Chief of Staff of the Army, Chief of Naval Operations, Chief of Staff of the Air Force, Commandand of the Marine Corps, Commandant of the Coast guard, Chief of the National Guard Bureau, or commander of a unified or specific combatant command (as defined in 10 U.S.C. 161(c)).



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    ENLISTED MONTHLY PAYMENT TABLE 2019

    RankMonthy payement
    < 2 years2 years3 years4 years6 years
    E-1 AIRMAN BASIC $1,680.90*$1,680.90$1,680.90$1,680.90$1,680.90
    E-2 AIRMAN $1,884.00$1,884.00$1,884.00$1,884.00$1,884.00
    E-3 AIRMAN FIRST CLASS $1,981.20$2,105.70$2,233.50$2,233.50$2,233.50
    E-4 SENIOR AIRMAN $2,194.50$2,307.00$2,431.80$2,555.40$2,664.00
    E-5 STAFF SERGEANT $2,393.40$2,554.80$2,678.10$2,804.40$3,001.50
    E-6 TECHNICAL SERGEANT $2,612.70$2,875.20$3,002.10$3,125.40$3,254.10
    E-7 MASTER SERGEANT $3,020.70$3,296.70$3,423.30$3,590.10$3,720.90

    * Pay for E-1 Airman Basic will be slightly lower for the first four months of service.

      OFFICER MONTHLY PAYMENT TABLE 2019

      RankMonthy payement
      < 2 years2 years3 years4 years6 years
      O-1 SECOND LIEUTENANT $3,188.40$3,318.90$4,011.90$4,011.90$4,011.90
      O-2 FIRST LIEUTENANT $3,673.50$4,183.80$4,818.30$4,981.20$5,083.80
      O-3 CAPTAIN $4,251.60$4,819.20$5,201.40$5,671.50$5,943.60
      O-4 MAJOR $4,835.40$5,597.40$5,971.20$6,054.00$6,400.80
      O-5 LIEUTENANT COLONEL $5,604.30$6,313.50$6,750.00$6,832.50$7,105.50
      O-6 COLONEL $6,722.70$7,385.70$7,870.50$7,870.50$7,900.50
      • 01

        INSURANCE

        The Air Force provides our Airmen and their families with world-class insurance plans. They receive excellent rates, low cost, comprehensive medical and dental care at military or civilian facilities, full pay and allowances for sick days and low-cost life insurance.

      • 02

        FOOD AND HOUSING

        The Air Force takes care of the basic needs of every Airman. Living expenses, including utilities and maintenance, are covered for those who choose to live in on-base housing. A monthly tax-free housing allowance based on rank, family status and geographic location is provided for off-base residents to help pay for living expenses.

        Food allowances are also provided, and single Airmen have a meal account that allows them to eat as many as four meals a day in the on-base dining facility for free. Tax-free, on-base department and grocery stores also help costs to continue to stay low.

      • 03

        RETIREMENT

        The Air Force provides a generous retirement plan. Airmen are eligible to retire after 20 years of service and begin receiving benefits the day they retire. The Air Force retirement plan requires no payroll deductions. Those who’d like to save a little extra each month can take part in the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP)*, which allows participants to place a portion of their monthly pay into an account similar to a 401(k) investment plan.

        *TSP contributions are considered pretax dollars and therefore reduce the amount of income subject to tax, and the accounts grow tax-free. Enrollment is available when members first join the military and anytime thereafter. Unlike traditional military retirement, which requires a commitment of at least 20 years of active duty, money invested in the TSP belongs to individual members, no matter how many years they serve. Income contributed to the TSP is not taxed until withdrawn from the account. Withdrawal before age 59½ may be subject to penalty; however, the TSP accounts can be rolled over into an IRA or another employer’s retirement account.

      • 04

        RECREATION

        Most Air Force bases have golf courses, arts and crafts facilities, bowling alleys, tennis courts, swimming pools and even equipment rentals, which can be either used for free or at better rates than similar facilities or options off base.

        Every base is also equipped with social activities and recreational programs geared toward the interests of every family member. These include Enlisted and Officer Clubs, base sponsored youth activities and youth centers where children can spend time in a safe environment.

      • 05

        VACATION AND TRAVEL

        All Airmen receive 30 days of vacation with pay, during which they are free to travel and take time to explore local and foreign destinations. Airmen can take advantage of available space on Air Force aircraft to travel to many international destinations as well as almost any state in the U.S. For destinations near another military facility, they can enjoy hotel-quality lodging on base for a reduced cost.

      • 06

        EDUCATION

        The Air Force offers an array of educational opportunities so you can achieve your true potential. On day one you’ll be enrolled in Community College of the Air Force earning college credit starting with Basic Military Training. The Air Force also offers scholarships to outstanding Airmen who wish to attend or complete their college education. Or you can receive up to 100% tuition assistance through the Air Force Tuition Assistance program, the Post-9/11 GI Bill, or the Montgomery GI Bill.

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      Simply enter your paygrade, years of service, and if you receive Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH), your Duty Station ZIP code and number of dependents.

      Easily view current annual and monthly compensation and what if scenarios such as a BAH pay increase for getting married. You can also reset the calculator’s results by adjusting the factors. For example, if you receive BAH, getting married or adding child can increase compensation.

      Note: Adding a dependent is a one time increase, additional dependents does NOT increase Regular Military Compensation (RMC).

      Use the Military Pay Calculator to estimate military salary by rank, location, and the branch of service. Pay estimates reflect all 6 branches of the U.S. Armed Forces (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines Corps, Space Force and Coast Guard) and do not include Guard and Reserve Pay.

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      Base Pay (aka Basic Pay): Basic pay is determined by rank and length of service. Basic pay is taxable, unlike allowances and makes up the largest portion of compensation.

      Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH): A housing allowance for servicemembers. BAH is determined by geographic duty location, pay grade, and dependency status.

      Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS): BAS offsets the cost of a servicemember’s meal. Enlisted members get full BAS but pay for all meals including those provided by the government.

      Duty Station Zip Code: BAH is based on the duty station zip code. Typically, BAH totals are higher in metropolitan areas than in rural area assignments.

      Special Pay: Service members can earn additional Special Pay through specialty positions or missions. Special Pay is capped at two additional earnings per month. 

      Paygrade: A system of letters and numbers to classify servicemembers pay.

      • “E” = Enlisted Member
      • “W” = Warrant Officer
      • “O” = Commissioned Officer
      • The number indicates the level of pay for each letter where “1” is the beginning level of pay

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      Dependents– For purposes of pay and allowance a dependent is:

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        • Under 21
        • Unable to support oneself because of mental or physical incapacity, and is dependent on the servicemember for more than half of the child’s support
        • Under 23, enrolled full-time in an institution of higher education and is dependent on the servicemember for more than half of the child’s support
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      Great Responsibility With taking Self Initiative.

      Logistics Management Specialist in Huntsville:

      Pros: All the knowledge you need is in regulations, you only need to search and read. There is no guessing when making decisions. The family atmosphere allows for each to share the burden of others, Knowing that a single employee can change the outcome of million dollar projects. The self worth.

      Cons: Complex amount of different tasks to accomplish mission. Must be able to multi task at all times. Required mandatory training repeated each year. Longer hours than most want to put in. The mission doesn't end at the strike a 5pm the job is a way of life where you must commit your free time as well as your on the job time.

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      Logistics Specialist in Washington:

      Pros: The organization itself and the "will get it done" attitudes. Failure is not an option.

      Cons: The rank structure. Waiting on "open slots" to get promoted no matter what your knowledge is base on. The wait is long and outdrawn, it breaks down the morale because you work so hard to advance.

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      About United States Army

      Address: Arlington, Virginia

      Website: https://www.army.mil/

      Industries: Education, Chemical, Military, Medical, Law Enforcement, National Security, GovTech, Government, Public Safety

      Founded on: June 14th, 1775

      Number of Employees: 10,001-1,000,000

      Also known as: U.S. Army

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      85.2%

      Avg. Salary: $32k - $114k

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      14.7%

      Avg. Salary: $34k - $112k

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