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Military Reserve Drill Pay Chart : 2012

DRILL PAY for ENLISTED PERSONNEL
-- Pay Grades E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4, and E-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


 
E-1
E-2
E-3
E-4
E-5
2 years or less
$198.80
$222.84
$234.32
$259.56
$283.12
Over 2 years
$198.80
$222.84
$249.08
$272.84
$302.12
Over 3 years
$198.80
$222.84
$264.16
$287.64
$316.72
Over 4 years
$198.80
$222.84
$264.16
$302.2
$331.68
Over 6 years
$198.80
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$354.96
Over 8 years
$198.80
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$379.36
Over 10 years
$198.80
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$399.28
Over 12 years
$198.80
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$401.72
Over 14 years
$198.80
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$401.72
Over 16 years
$198.80
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$401.72
Over 18 years
$198.80
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$401.72
Over 20 years
$198.80
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$401.72
Over 22 years
$198.80
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$401.72
Over 24 years
$198.80
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$401.72
Over 26 years
$198.80
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$401.72
Over 28 years
$198.80
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$401.72
Over 30 years
 
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$401.72
Over 32 years
 
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$401.72
Over 34 years
 
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$401.72
Over 36 years
 
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$401.72
Over 38 years
 
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$401.72
Over 40 years
 
$222.84
$264.16
$315.08
$401.72

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