2015 Military Reserve Warrant Officer Drill Pay Charts

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December 19, 2014, President Obama signed the 2015 National Defense Authorization Act into law. The one percent military pay raise for all pay grades O-6 and below will be effective January 1, 2015. Pay is frozen at 2014 levels for pay grades O-7 through O-10.

Base pay is the same across all service branches and is based on rank and time in service, with pay raises according to years of creditable service.

There are two distinct career paths in the military: Commissioned Officers and Enlisted. The pay scales for each reflect their degrees responsibility.

Each military service has its own names for the various enlisted ranks (Navy and Coast Guard are the same). Most enlisted members enter the military at the lowest pay grade (E-1) and climb the pay scale to higher positions with greater pay. Enlisted pay grades range from E-1 through E-9 ("E" represents Enlisted).

To gain the pay advantages of a Commissioned Officer, some enter the military with a higher education degree and begin their military careers through one of the Officer Candidate Schools; some are high school graduates who attend a service academy or a civilian college while participating in an ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) program.

Military members receive a monthly base pay which is based on their rank and time in service.

Active duty members receive full-time pay, while guard an reserve members (who are not on active duty) receive part-time pay, or drill pay, depending on the number of drills they perform each month. Military pay is subject to income taxes unless it is earned in a designated combat zone. All branches of the U.S.

military receive the same amount of base pay. This military pay chart can be used to determine Air Force pay, Army pay, Coast Guard pay, Marine pay and/or Navy pay.

he military maintains various other pays that are not included as part of the pay tables below. Additionally, there are certain allowances provided such as Clothing Allowance, Basic Allowance for Housing and Cost of Living Allowance.

The basic pay charts below are for Reserve Warrant Officers of the United States Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard and National Guard for the calender year 2015, beginning January 1st as approved. The pay rates are monthly amounts rounded to the nearest U.S. dollar.

 

2015 Military Reserve Warrant Officer Drill Pay Chart

Monthly basic pay amounts are rounded to the nearest U.S. dollar and are for the Reserve and Guard components of the Navy, Marines, Army, Air Force, and Coast Guard.

 

Reserve Warrant Officer drill pay chart for under 6 years of service.
Pay Grade                              Years of Service
Under 2Over 2Over 3Over 4Over 6
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Reserve Warrant Officer drill pay chart for 8 years to 16 years of service.
Pay Grade                               Years of Service
Over 8Over 10Over 12Over 14Over 16
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Reserve Warrant Officer drill pay chart for 18 years to 26 years of service.
Pay Grade                             Years of Service
Over 18Over 20Over 22Over 24Over 26
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