The below chart depicts the monthly drill pay for members of the National Guard and Reserves for the calendar year of 2009.
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.
Note: Guard/Reserve members are normally credited with 4 days active duty pay for a weekend duty. The below chart shows the monthy drill pay, based upon the normal requirements of one weekend of drill duty per month.
When performing active duty other than weekend drills, Guard/Reserve members receive 1/30th of monthly active duty pay for each day served on active duty.
The chart below includes a 3.9 percent pay raise, effective on January 1, 2009. Guard/Reserve drill pay is based upon grade (rank) and years of service. The below chart depicts 2009 monthly drill pay for warrant officers with 20 or fewer years of service. For those with more than 20 years of service, see this chart.
2009 Warrant Officer Drill Pay