How Much Is A Tier 10 Bonus?
The offers range from $1,000 for a private in a tier one MOS to re-enlist for a year, to $81,000 for a tier 10 staff sergeant to re-enlist for five or more years. According to the Army, $81,000 is their highest bonus offered in over five years.
How is military bonus calculated?
The product of 15 times the monthly rate of basic pay to which the member was entitled at the time of the discharge or release of the member; and. The product of the number of years (or the monthly fractions thereof) of the term of reenlistment or extension of enlistment of up to $90,000.
Military Bonuses Explained
In the fiscal year that ended last Sept. 30, the Army spent more than $233 million on bonuses, with about 16,500 recruits getting an average enlistment bonus of more than $14,000.
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What is a Tier 10 bonus?
For instance, a soldier in the 18X Special Forces series of career fields with 6-12 years of total active federal service at the rank of staff sergeant or sergeant first class qualifies for tier 10. If they reenlist for 60 months or more, they could receive the $81,000 lump-sum bonus.
Army raises max re-up bonuses to $80K for certain jobs
For example, the Army currently offers up to a $40,000 cash bonus to become an Army Human Intelligence Collector (MOS 35M) or Cryptologic Linguist (MOS 35P). A recruiter has the most up-to-date Army bonus list for Military Occupational Specialties that offer special pay.
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