How Much Do You Get For Enlistment Bonus?
NON-PRIOR-SERVICE ENLISTMENTS BONUS Qualified applicants who enlist into a primary or mobilized vacancy in the Army Reserve may be eligible for a bonus of up to $20,000.
If your job is eligible for a bonus, you will typically receive it after you finish your basic training and initial technical training. This last statement is very important – you may sign a contract that wards you an enlistment bonus, but you don't actually earn that sign up bonus until you complete initial training.
Enlistment and Reenlistment Bonus Guide - The Military Wallet
Bonuses are paid in Lump Sum, at the time of re-enlistment. Member must have been separated for more than 90 days, but less than 4 years.
Army Enlistment and Re-Enlistment Bonus Information
Once you complete basic training and career-specific training, you'll receive your first payment of $10,000. Following this payment, you'll receive an annual sum of up to $10,000 per year until your Army enlistment bonus is fully paid.
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Active Army Enlistment Bonus: Qualified active duty recruits may be eligible for a combination of bonuses totaling up to $50,000. The maximum bonus for a three, four, five, or six-year contract is based on periodic updates and is subject to change. Recruiters will have the most up to date bonus information.
Active Duty Bonuses For Service Members - My Army Benefits