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2009 National Guard Drill Pay Calculator

To figure out your drill payment:

1. Select your pay grade.
2. Select your minimum Time in Service.
3. Select your number of drill periods (one drill period is four hours).
4. Click on the "Submit" button to find out how much you should be paid.

You can hit the "Reset" button at any time if you make a mistake.

Typically, one drill weekend includes four drill periods. For example an E-1 with less than 2 years of service will earn $46.65 per drill period or $186.60 for a month with four drills. (E-1 personnel with less than four months of service earn $43.15 per drill period.)

 2009 National Guard Drill Payment Calculator
What is your pay grade?

What is your minimum Time in Service?

Enter the number of drill periods.

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