Here’s how much servicemembers will be making after the military pay raise; bigger checks to arrive Jan. 15

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The newly released 2019 pay chart for active duty and reserve components reflects a 2.6 percent basic pay raise. (DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE/FACEBOOK)
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The newly released 2019 pay chart for active duty and reserve components reflects a 2.6 percent basic pay raise. (DEFENSE FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SERVICE/FACEBOOK)

Here’s how much servicemembers will be making after the military pay raise; bigger checks to arrive Jan. 15

by: Brian Ferguson | .
Stars and Stripes | .
published: January 05, 2019

The newly released 2019 pay chart for active duty and reserve components reflects a 2.6 percent basic pay raise approved last year by Congress, a hike servicemembers will begin seeing in their Jan. 15 paychecks.

The Defense Finance and Accounting Service has released the chart on its website at dfas.mil/militarymembers.html.

Under the new rates, for example, an active duty E-7 with 18 years of service will receive $4,745.40 of base pay, compared to $4,625.10 in 2018.

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