FY 2007 Military Pay Charts
Involuntary Separation Pay Charts
Many military members who are involuntarily separated from the military are entitled to involuntary separation pay (severance pay). To be eligible, a military member must have six or more years of active duty, and less than 20 years.
Guard and Reserve Drill Pay
The charts here depict the monthly pay received by members of the National Guard and Reserves for 2007. In addition to one weekend of drill per month, members of the Reserves must perform a minimum of 14 days of active duty training per year. Members of the National Guard are required to perform 15 days of training per year.
Retirement Pay Charts
Charts which show retirement pay amounts for U.S. Military members who retire in 2007.
Annual Salary Charts for Active Duty Military Members
The charts on these pages show the average annual salaries of active duty members of the United States Military.
2007 Military Clothing (Uniform) Allowance Rates
Military members are provided monetary allowances to pay for uniform replacement and maintenance. These allowances are based on the cost of specific uniform items, and on an estimated "wear out" date for each specific item.
Special rules apply for active duty members who live in the barracks and pay child support.
Guard/Reserve Housing Allowance
Guard and Reserve members on active duty for less than 30 continuous days receive a different type of housing allowance than active duty members. This type of housing allowance is known as Basic Allowance for Housing Reserve Component/Transit (BAH RC/T).
2007 Military Dislocation Allowance Rates
Military members may be entitled to a dislocation allowance (DLA) when relocating their household due to a PCS. DLA is intended to partially reimburse relocation expenses not otherwise reimbursed.
Navy Nurse Officer Accession Bonus
The Navy's Fiscal Year 2007 Nurse Officer Accession Bonus is a tiered accession bonus used as a recruiting incentive to attract qualified applicants to join the Navy Nurse Corps. It is available to newly appointed direct accession Nurse Corps Officers reporting to active duty.
2007 Basic Allowance for Sustenance Rates
Monthly monetary food allowance for members of the United States Military for 2007.
2007 Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH)
The Fiscal Year 2007 Military Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) rates for military personnel. BAH is payable to military members who are authorized to reside off-base at government expense. The amount payable is based upon location, rank, and whether or not the member has any dependents (family members).
A member assigned to or deployed to a combat zone receives "combat pay.". Being assigned to or working in a combat zone triggers also triggers a tax advantage.
2007 Average BAH Rates
Military housing allowances are based on the member's rank, duty location, and whether or not they have dependents (family members). The charts here show the average of those allowances for 2007.
Family Separation Allowance
Family Separation Allowance (FSA) is payable only to members with dependents. Basically, family separation allowance is payable when a military member is forced to be away from his/her dependents for longer than 30 days, due to military orders.
Military members who are required to jump out of perfectly good aircraft as part of their military duties are entitled to a special kind of pay, known as "Jump Pay," or "Parachute Duty Pay."
Military members who are on flying status receive monthly flight pay., Here are the flight pay charts for enlisted members and commissioned/warrant officers who are on flying status.
Career Sea Pay
Military personnel assigned to duty at sea are authorized a special monthly pay. Here are the charts for Career Sea Pay for fiscal year 2007.
Submarine Duty Pay
Military personnel assigned to duty about U.S. Navy Submarines are authorized a special monthly pay. Here are the charts for submarine duty pay for fiscal year 2007.
FY 2007 Basic Pay Charts for Active DutyMilitary Members
Charts showing the 2007 Basic Pay rates for active duty military members. This year, Congress passed an across-the-board 2.2 percent pay increase, as well as a separate "targeted" raise for some members.