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Military Pay Chart : 2015

OFFICER PAY RATES (Basic Pay: Jan. 1, 2015)
-- Pay Grades O-1, O-2, O-3, O-4, and O-5


Pay Grades:
O-1 to O-5   |  O-6 to O-10  |  W-1 to W-5  |  E-1 to E-5  |  E-6 to E-9


 
O-1
O-2
O-3
O-4
O-5
2 years or less
Over 2 years
Over 3 years
Over 4 years
Over 6 years
Over 8 years
Over 10 years
Over 12 years
Over 14 years
Over 16 years
Over 18 years
Over 20 years
Over 22 years
Over 24 years
Over 26 years
Over 28 years
Over 30 years
Over 32 years
Over 34 years
Over 36 years
Over 38 years
Over 40 years
Note: The following military pay scale is applicable to O-1 to O-3 with at least 4 years and 1 day of active duty or more than 1,460 points as a warrant and/or enlisted member. See Department of Defense Financial Management Regulation for more detailed explanation on who is eligible for this special basic pay rate.
 
O-1E
O-2E
O-3E
Over 4 years
Over 6 years
Over 8 years
Over 10 years
Over 12 years
Over 14 years
Over 16 years
Over 18 years
Over 20 years
Over 22 years
Over 24 years
Over 26 years
Over 28 years
Over 30 years
Over 32 years
Over 34 years
Over 36 years
Over 38 years
Over 40 years

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