A Look at Cash Compensation for Active Duty Military by Beth J. Asch PDF

By Beth J. Asch

Precisely what quantity of money do the typical officials and enlisted group of workers make each month?

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Amt. Marine Corps Pct. Rec’g Avg. $ Amt. Navy Pct. Rec’g Avg. $ Amt. 1—continued Army Type of Pay Parachute Duty Pay Flight Deck Duty Pay Demolition Duty Pay Experimental Stress Duty Pay Toxic Fuels Duty Pay High-Altitude Low Opening Pay Chemical Munitions Duty Pay Average S&I Pays a FSA I FSA II CONUS COLA Overseas COLA Clothing/Uniform Allowance Personal Money Allowance Avg Misc Allowance/ COLAs a Nuclear Officer Accession Bonus Medical Officer Retention Bonus Nuclear Career Accession Bonus Nuclear Career Annual Incentive Bonus Additional Special Pay, Medical Officer Incentive Special Pay, Medical Officer Nuclear-Qualified Officer Continuation Aviation Officer Continuation Average Bonus a Air Force Pct.

Time to E-5 is about two years slower than in the other services. 2. Average pay also rises by year of service for officers (whose commissioning source is academy or ROTC), starting around $35,500 at YOS 1 and growing to $102,000 at YOS 30. Relative to other services, Marine Corps officers’ average pay appears lower than that of Army, Navy, and Air Force officers over their careers. For example, average pay at YOS 6 was $56,000 for Air Force officers, $58,000 for Army and Navy officers, and $44,400 for Marine Corps officers.

Marine Corps Pct. Rec’g Avg. $ Amt. Pct. 0 18,058 Avg. $ Amt. 2 12,000 24 5,149 5,529 a Averaged over all members, including those not receiving these pays. 2 Incidence and Average Amounts of Officer Pay, All Commissioned Officers and Warrant Officers, 1999 Army Type of Pay Basic Pay BAH (Green Book) BAS (Green Book) Pct. 0 Avg. $ Amt. 3,690 848 157 Air Force Pct. 0 Avg. $ Amt. 3,722 868 157 Marine Corps Pct. 0 Avg. $ Amt. 3,504 852 157 Navy Pct. 0 Avg. $ Amt. 2—continued Army Type of Pay Tax Advantage (Green Book) Average RMC Saved Pay Health Professional Saved Pay Variable Special Pay Board-Certified Pay Aviation Career Incentive Pay Responsibility Pay Career Sea Pay Career Sea Pay Premium Hostile Fire Pay Diving Duty Pay Submarine Duty Pay Foreign Language Pay (1) Foreign Language Pay (2) Flying Pay (Crew Member) Flying Pay (Noncrew Member) Air Weapons Controller (Crew) Parachute Duty Pay Flight Deck Duty Pay Demolition Duty Pay Experimental Stress Duty Pay Toxic Fuels Duty Pay High-Altitude Low Opening Pay Chemical Munitions Duty Pay Average S&I Pays a FSA I FSA II CONUS COLA Overseas COLA Clothing/Uniform Allowance Personal Money Allowance Avg Misc Allowance/ COLAs a Nuclear Officer Accession Bonus Medical Officer Retention Bonus Nuclear Career Accession Bonus Pct.

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