If that makes you crazy, you can use the screenshot that I’ve copied here. I had to do it in two screen shots, one for each half of the year. You can click on the image to make it open larger. Once it is open, you might have to click on the magnifying glass to read it clearly.
There are a couple of know when reading a Navy Federal pay posting calendar.. First, Navy Federal has two different paydays, depending on the type of account you use for your direct deposit. If you are not sure about this, please read NFCU Checking Accounts: Active Duty vs. Others. Second, please remember that your pay is not available for use until the day after it shows as pending in your account. Deposits are pending, then post overnight for use the next day.
As always, twice a month doesn't mean that you'll be paid every two weeks. In fact, some pay periods can be quite long. Months with 31 days (there are six of them!), weekends, and holidays, can all make the pay schedule seem crazy. A few particularly long pay periods in 2015:
Active Duty Checking
March 12th to March 31st, 19 days long
December 12th to December 30th, 18 days long
Any Other Kind Of Checking
March 13th to April 1st, 19 days long
June 13th to July 1st, 18 days long
November 13th to 1 December, 18 days long
This is the normal ebb and flow of a twice-a-month payday. Don't make it in to an emergency, or some sort of political issue. Just plan for it!