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Ways in which sailors are eligible to receive Submarine Duty Incentive Pay include being attached under orders to a submarine or while serving as an operator or crewmember of an operational submersible.
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Incentive and Special Pay

SUBMARINE DUTY PAY


Submarine Duty Incentive Pay is an entitlement pay, started in an effort to increase the U.S. Navy's ability to attract and retain volunteers for submarine duty, and to compensate for arduous task. Sailors are eligible to receive Submarine Duty Incentive Pay:

  • If they are attached under orders to a submarine;
  • If they are serving as operators or crewmembers of operational submersible (including an undersea exploration or research vehicle);
  • If they are undergoing training preliminary to assignments to nuclear powered submarines;
  • If they are undergoing rehabilitation after assignments to nuclear-powered submarines;
  • In the case of members qualified in submarines, if they are members of a submarine’s operational command staff, whose duties require serving on a submarine during underway operations as follows:

    • During 1 calendar month--48 hours. Hours, however, served underway in excess of 48 hours as a member of a submarine operational command staff during any of the immediately preceding 5 calendar months, and not already used to qualify for incentive pay, may be applied to satisfy the 48-hour underway time requirements for the current month.
    • During any 2 consecutive calendar months, when requirements have not been met for the first month--96 hours.
    • During any 3 consecutive calendar months, when requirements have not been met for the first 2 months--144 hours.
  • If they are receiving instructions to prepare for assignment to submarines of advanced design;
  • If they are receiving instructions to prepare for positions of increased responsibility on a submarine.

Rates Payable

The rate payable to eligible individuals varies for commissioned officers, warrant officers, and enlisted members, according to pay grades.


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