The 2015 Military Pay Chart

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1% Pay Raise Coming In 2015

Earlier this year the President and the Senate Armed Services Committee published the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2015. The latest version of the NDAA contains a 1% pay raise for the military, which will be the standard until 2018. The 2015 Military Pay Chart goes into effect on 1 January 2015, for members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, and Marines.

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Special Thanks to Navy Cyber Space!

 

Proposed 2015 Enlisted Military Pay Chart

Enlisted Military Pay Scale For Less Than 2 To Over 6 Years Of Service

2015 Enlisted Military Pay Chart 2-6 Years of Service

Enlisted Military Pay Scale For Over 8 To Over 16 Years Of Service

2015 Enlisted Military Pay Chart 8-16 Years Of Service

Enlisted Military Pay Scale For Over 18 to Over 26 Years Of Service

2015 Military Enlisted Pay Chart 18-26 Years of Service

Enlisted Military Pay Scale For Over 30 To Over 40 Years Of Service

2015 Enlisted Military Pay Chart 30 to 40 Years of Service

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Proposed 2015 Officer Military Pay Chart

Officer Military Pay Scale For Less Than 2 To Over 6 Years Of Service

2015 Officer Pay Chart Under 2 to Over 6 Years of Service

Officer Military Pay Scale For Over 8 To Over 16 Years Of Service

2015 Officer Pay Chart 8-16 Years of Service

Officer Military Pay Scale For Over 18 To Over 26 Years Of Service

2015 Officer Pay Chart 18-26 Years Of Service

Officer Military Pay Scale For Over 30 To Over 40 Years Of Service

2015 Officer Pay Chart 30-40 Years Of Service

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Proposed 2015 Enlisted Drill Pay Chart

Enlisted Reserve/Guard Military Drill Pay Scale For Under 2 To Over 6 Years Of Service

2015 Enlisted Military Reserve-Guard Pay Chart 2-6 Years of Service

Enlisted Reserve/Guard Military Drill Pay Scale For Over 8 To Over 16 Years Of Service

2015 Enlisted Reserve Military Pay Chart 8-16 Years of Service

Enlisted Reserve/Guard Military Drill Pay Scale For Over 18 To Over 26 Years Of Service

2015 Enlisted Reserve Military Pay Chart 18-26 Years of Service

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Proposed 2015 Officer Drill Pay Chart

Officer Reserve/Guard Military Drill Pay Scale For Under 2 To Over 6 Years Of Service

2015 Officer Reserve-Guard Military Drill Pay Chart 2-6 Years of Service

Officer Reserve/Guard Military Drill Pay Scale For Over 8 To Over 16 Years Of Service

2015 Officer Reserve-Guard Drill Pay 8-16 Years of Service

Officer Reserve/Guard Military Drill Pay Scale For Over 18 To Over 26 Years Of Service

2015 Office Reserve-Guard Pay Chart 18-26 Years of Service

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2015 pay charts provided by Navy Cyber Space



4 Comments
  1. […] The 2015 Military Pay Chart (and here’s the projected 2016 Military Pay Chart) […]

  2. Reply
    babba January 2, 2015 at 6:34 AM

    Why can’t any website show a retired pay chart?

    • Reply
      Doug Nordman January 2, 2015 at 7:28 PM

      Babba, the pay charts only have a few variables: rank, years of service, and an occasional footnote. Yet you can see how many charts there are, and the special pays/allowances are even more confusing.

      The “Total Pay” iPhone app was created by a Marine just to help his platoon figure out how much their paychecks should be.

      Retirements have many more variables than the pay tables: High Three or REDUX, the number of years of service, an average of the 36 months of a servicemember’s highest pay during their career, active-duty or Reserve/Guard, regular or medical/disability, and traditional or TERA. The “retired pay chart” would be a three-inch binder.

      Due to all of the variables, each service has a calculator on their respective websites (behind an ID card login) to help servicemembers run the numbers for their particular situation.

      Of course I’m also happy to help people calculate their pension! If you have a pension question, feel free to post it here or use the “Contact me” box (http://the-military-guide.com/contact-me/) to send a private message. You can also search for keywords like “calculate pension” to read some of the other 700+ posts on this blog.

  3. […] in that E-7 pay grade– 26 years– even though they only served for 20 years.  In the 2015 military pay tables, the pay for E-7>26 is over 13% higher than E-7>20.  So although the Reservist’s […]

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