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Special Pay for Medical and Dental Officers

If you are a health professional officer you may be entitled to special pay. The following is a summary of what you need to know about special pay for health professionals: Active-Duty Agreement Variable Special Pay Tables (Medical and Dental Officers) Board Certified Special Pay (Dental and Medical Officers) Additional Special Pay (Dental Officers) Incentive Special Pay Multi-Year Retention Bonus Active-Du... more

Combat Related Special Compensation

Combat-Related Special Compensation (CRSC) provides military retirees a monthly compensation that replaces their VA disability offset. This means that qualified military retirees with 20 or more years of service that have "combat related" VA-rated disability will no longer have their military retirement pay reduced by the amount of their VA disability compensation. Instead they will receive both their full military retirement pay and their VA ... more

2009 Non-Locality Basic Allowance for Housing (Reserve Component/Transient)

Basic Allowance for Housing Reserve Component/Transient (BAH for RC/Transient) is the housing allowance for members in particular circumstances, for example, reservists on active duty less than 30 days. It does not vary by geographic location. BAH RC/Transient is set based on the national average for housing. BAH is published annually and is determined by increasing the previous year's table by the percentage growth of housing costs. 2009 BAH... more


2014 Non-Locality BAH Payment Rates

Servicemembers who live in government housing and pay child support are eligible for BAH differential (table below). Servicemembers who pay child support and live on the local economy receive the "with dependent" BAH rate for their locality.  The following table reflect the increased 2014 BAH (Non-Locality) Tables for Partial, Reserve Component and Transient, and Differential rates: Grade ... more

Frequently Asked Questions about CONUS COLA

The following answers to COLA Frequently Asked Questions are provided by the Department of Defense's Per Diem, Travel and Transportation Committee. 1. What is the intent of CONUS COLA? ANSWER: As a requirement of their Service, members of the Uniformed Services move about the country. During their careers, members are likely to be assigned to a variety of low, moderate, and high-cost locations. Private sector pay scales tend to reflect loca... more

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