Pay And Compensation

Army Reserve Salaries and Benefits

ARMY RESERVE PAY CHART, SALARY AND COMPENSATION

In the Army Reserve, you will earn competitive pay to supplement your civilian career.

PAY FOR ARMY RESERVE SOLDIERS

Army Reserve Soldiers earn regular paychecks for monthly unit training and annual field training exercises. Find out more about active duty pay.

WHAT'S THE PAY LIKE?

Your salary will increase as you climb in rank and years of experience.

BASIC MILITARY PAY CHART FOR ARMY RESERVE SOLDIERS*

Pay is based on two weeks of training each year and one weekend each month. Chart reflects Drill Pay only and does not include bonuses, allowances and other benefits. Rank <2 Years 4 Years 6 Years Private (E1) $3,216.15** — — Private (E2) $3,605.49 $3,605.49 $3,605.49 Private First Class (E3) $3,791.34 $4,273.29 $4,273.29 Specialist or Corporal (E4) $4,198.95 $4,888.80 $5,097.33 Sergeant (E5) $4,580.10 $5,365.71 $5,742.45 Staff Sergeant (E6) $4,999.68 $5,979.96 $6,226.29

*Based on 2014 military pay tables.
**Pay for Private (E1) will be slightly lower for first four months of service.

BASIC MILITARY PAY CHART FOR ARMY RESERVE OFFICERS*

Pay is based on two weeks of training each year and one weekend each month. Chart reflects Drill Pay only and does not include bonuses, allowances and other benefits. Rank <2 Years 4 Years 6 Years Second Lieutenant (O1) $6,100.82 $7,676.55 $7,676.55 First Lieutenant (O2) $7,028.91 $9,531.27 $9,727.83 Captain (O3) $8,135.19 $10,852.38 $11,371.96 Major (O4) $9,252.18 $11,584.44 $12,247.83

*Based on 2014 military pay tables.



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