The U.S. Army just unveiled sweeping changes to its Selective Retention Bonus (SRB) program, offering payouts of up to $81,000 to soldiers willing to reenlist for longer periods in high-demand career fields. Army MILPER Message 19-261 — which goes into effect Sept. 9 — is the sixth bonus message the service has sent out this year. It's designed to offer the biggest increases to soldiers who reenlist in specialties such as Special Forces, cyber and military intelligence for 60 months or more, Sgt. Maj. Mark Thompson, the Army's senior career counselor, told Military.com. Read more on Military.com.
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