2022 Military Pay Charts (2023)

Here are the 2022 military pay charts, according to the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act. Troops received a 2.7% pay increase. The final pay raise is in line with President Joe Biden’s budget proposal and the Employment Cost Index (ECI) formula of 2.7%.

For the past five years, lawmakers have used the ECI formula for wages and salaries to help determine final military pay increases.

The new pay rate went into effect on Jan. 1, 2022. The first paychecks with the 2022 military pay raise went out on Jan. 14, 2022. Monthly basic pay amounts in the chart below are rounded to the nearest U.S. dollar.

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2022 Military Pay Scale (Two to eight years in service)

GradeLess than two years of serviceOver two yearsOver three yearsOver four yearsOver six yearsMore than eight years
O-10 (*1)N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
O-9 (*1)N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
O-8 (*1)$11,635 $12,017 $12,270 $12,341 $12,656 $13,183
O-7 (*1)$9,668 $10,117 $10,325 $10,491 $10,790 $11,085
O-6 (*2)$7,332 $8,055 $8,583 $8,583 $8,616 $8,985
O-5$6,112 $6,885 $7,362 $7,451 $7,749 $7,927
O-4$5,274 $6,104 $6,512 $6,603 $6,981 $7,386
O-3 (*3)$4,637 $5,256 $5,672 $6,185 $6,482 $6,807
O-2 (*3)$4,007 $4,563 $5,255 $5,433 $5,544 $5,544
O-1 (*3)$3,477 $3,620 $4,376 $4,376 $4,376 $4,376
O-3E (*4)N/AN/AN/A$6,185 $6,482 $6,807
O-2E (*4)N/AN/AN/A$5,433 $5,544 $5,721
O-1E (*4)N/AN/AN/A$4,376 $4,672 $4,845
W-5N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
W-4$4,792 $5,154 $5,302 $5,448 $5,699 $5,947
W-3$4,376 $4,558 $4,746 $4,807 $5,002 $5,388
W-2$3,872 $4,239 $4,351 $4,429 $4,679 $5,070
W-1$3,399 $3,765 $3,863 $4,071 $4,316 $4,679
E-9N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
E-8N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A$4,739
E-7$3,294 $3,596 $3,734 $3,915 $4,058 $4,303
E-6$2,849 $3,136 $3,274 $3,409 $3,549 $3,864
E-5$2,610 $2,786 $2,921 $3,059 $3,273 $3,498
E-4$2,393 $2,516 $2,652 $2,787 $2,905 $2,905
E-3$2,161 $2,297 $2,436 $2,436 $2,436 $2,436
E-2$2,055 $2,055 $2,055 $2,055 $2,055 $2,055
E-1 > 4 mos$1,833 $1,833 $1,833 $1,833 $1,833 $1,833
E-1 < 4 mosN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
Cadet$1,218

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2022 Military Pay Scale (10 to 20 years in service)

GradeOver 10 years in serviceOver 12 years Over 14 yearsOver 16 yearsOver 18 yearsOver 20 years
O-10 (*1)N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A$17,057
O-9 (*1)N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A$16,445
O-8 (*1)$13,306 $13,807 $13,951 $14,382 $15,006 $15,582
O-7 (*1)$11,427 $11,768 $12,110 $13,183 $14,090 $14,090
O-6 (*2)$9,034 $9,034 $9,548 $10,455 $10,988 $11,520
O-5$8,318 $8,606 $8,977 $9,544 $9,814 $10,081
O-4$7,892 $8,285 $8,557 $8,715 $8,805 $8,805
O-3 (*3)$7,017 $7,363 $7,544 $7,544 $7,544 $7,544
O-2 (*3)$5,544 $5,544 $5,544 $5,544 $5,544 $5,544
O-1 (*3)$4,376 $4,376 $4,376 $4,376 $4,376 $4,376
O-3E (*4)$7,017 $7,363 $7,655 $7,823 $8,051 $8,051
O-2E (*4)$6,019 $6,249 $6,421 $6,421 $6,421 $6,421
O-1E (*4)$5,022 $5,195 $5,433 $5,433 $5,433 $5,433
W-5N/AN/AN/AN/AN/A$8,520
W-4$6,198 $6,575 $6,907 $7,222 $7,480 $7,732
W-3$5,790 $5,979 $6,198 $6,423 $6,828 $7,102
W-2$5,264 $5,454 $5,687 $5,869 $6,033 $6,231
W-1$4,848 $5,085 $5,317 $5,500 $5,668 $5,873
E-9$5,789 $5,920 $6,086 $6,280 $6,477 $6,791
E-8$4,949 $5,078 $5,234 $5,403 $5,706 $5,860
E-7$4,441 $4,685 $4,889 $5,027 $5,175 $5,232
E-6$3,988 $4,226 $4,298 $4,351 $4,413 $4,413
E-5$3,682 $3,704 $3,704 $3,704 $3,704 $3,704
E-4$2,905 $2,905 $2,905 $2,905 $2,905 $2,905
E-3$2,436 $2,436 $2,436 $2,436 $2,436 $2,436
E-2$2,055 $2,055 $2,055 $2,055 $2,055 $2,055
E-1 > 4 mos$1,833 $1,833 $1,833 $1,833 $1,833 $1,833
E-1 < 4 mosN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A
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2022 Military Pay Scale (22 to 32 years)

GradeOver 22Over24Over26Over28Over30Over 32
O-10 (*1)$17,057 $17,057 $17,057 $17,057 $17,057 $17,057
O-9 (*1)$16,682 $17,024 $17,057 $17,057 $17,057 $17,057
O-8 (*1)$15,966 $15,966 $15,966 $15,966 $16,366 $16,366
O-7 (*1)$14,090 $14,090 $14,162 $14,162 $14,446 $14,446
O-6 (*2)$11,824 $12,131 $12,725 $12,725 $12,980 $12,980
O-5$10,384 $10,384 $10,384 $10,384 $10,384 $10,384
O-4$8,805 $8,805 $8,805 $8,805 $8,805 $8,805
O-3 (*3)$7,544 $7,544 $7,544 $7,544 $7,544 $7,544
O-2 (*3)$5,544 $5,544 $5,544 $5,544 $5,544 $5,544
O-1 (*3)$4,376 $4,376 $4,376 $4,376 $4,376 $4,376
O-3E (*4)$8,051 $8,051 $8,051 $8,051 $8,051 $8,051
O-2E (*4)$6,421 $6,421 $6,421 $6,421 $6,421 $6,421
O-1E (*4)$5,433 $5,433 $5,433 $5,433 $5,433 $5,433
W-5$8,952 $9,274 $9,630 $9,630 $10,113 $10,113
W-4$8,101 $8,405 $8,751 $8,751 $8,926 $8,926
W-3$7,265 $7,439 $7,676 $7,676 $7,676 $7,676
W-2$6,360 $6,463 $6,463 $6,463 $6,463 $6,463
W-1$5,873 $5,873 $5,873 $5,873 $5,873 $5,873
E-9$7,057 $7,336 $7,764 $7,764 $8,152 $8,152
E-8$6,123 $6,268 $6,626 $6,626 $6,759 $6,759
E-7$5,425 $5,528 $5,921 $5,921 $5,921 $5,921
E-6$4,413 $4,413 $4,413 $4,413 $4,413 $4,413
E-5$3,704 $3,704 $3,704 $3,704 $3,704 $3,704
E-4$2,905 $2,905 $2,905 $2,905 $2,905 $2,905
E-3$2,436 $2,436 $2,436 $2,436 $2,436 $2,436
E-2$2,055 $2,055 $2,055 $2,055 $2,055 $2,055
E-1 > 4 mos$1,833 $1,833 $1,833 $1,833 $1,833 $1,833
E-1 < 4 mosN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

2022 Military Pay Scale (Over 34 to Over 40)

GradeOver 34 years in serviceOver 36 yearsOver 38 yearsOver 40 years
O-10 (*1)$17,057 $17,057 $17,057 $17,057
O-9 (*1)$17,057 $17,057 $17,057 $17,057
O-8 (*1)$16,774 $16,774 $16,774 $16,774
O-7 (*1)$14,446 $14,446 $14,446 $14,446
O-6 (*2)$12,980 $12,980 $12,980 $12,980
O-5$10,384 $10,384 $10,384 $10,384
O-4$8,805 $8,805 $8,805 $8,805
O-3 (*3)$7,544 $7,544 $7,544 $7,544
O-2 (*3)$5,544 $5,544 $5,544 $5,544
O-1 (*3)$4,376 $4,376 $4,376 $4,376
O-3E (*4)$8,051 $8,051 $8,051 $8,051
O-2E (*4)$6,421 $6,421 $6,421 $6,421
O-1E (*4)$5,433 $5,433 $5,433 $5,433
W-5$10,618 $10,618 $11,150 $11,150
W-4$8,926 $8,926 $8,926 $8,926
W-3$7,676 $7,676 $7,676 $7,676
W-2$6,463 $6,463 $6,463 $6,463
W-1$5,873 $5,873 $5,873 $5,873
E-9$8,560 $8,560 $8,989 $8,989
E-8$6,759 $6,759 $6,759 $6,759
E-7$5,921 $5,921 $5,921 $5,921
E-6$4,413 $4,413 $4,413 $4,413
E-5$3,704 $3,704 $3,704 $3,704
E-4$2,905 $2,905 $2,905 $2,905
E-3$2,436 $2,436 $2,436 $2,436
E-2$2,055 $2,055 $2,055 $2,055
E-1 > 4 mos$1,833 $1,833 $1,833 $1,833
E-1 < 4 mosN/AN/AN/AN/A

E pay scale is Enlisted, W scale is Warrant Officer, O scale is Commissioned Officer.

The military pay charts apply to all Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marines, Navy, Space Force and reserve personnel, where applicable. Also, be sure to know your military pay dates.

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About Basic Pay

For most service members, basic pay is the largest component of monthly compensation. Allowances are the second largest component and there can be other monetary compensation such as special and incentive payments. All members of the U.S. Armed Forces receive basic pay, although the amount varies by pay grade and years of service. Basic pay is taxable, unlike allowances.

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How Basic Pay Increases are Determined

Military basic pay raises are linked to the Employment Cost Index (ECI) and there is a formula for an automatic annual increase in basic pay that is indexed to the annual increase in the ECI. According to statute, military pay raises must be equal to the ECI, although Congress and the president can enact increases that are above the ECI. The President has the authority to specify an alternative pay adjustment that supersedes the automatic adjustment.

Other forms of military compensation such asBasic Allowance for Housing (BAH)andBasic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS)are also subject to periodic adjustments but are computed differently.

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Basic Pay Statute

Basic pay is the primary means of compensating members of the armed forces for their service to the country. Except during periods of unauthorized absence, excess leave, and confinement after an enlistment has expired, every member is entitled to basic pay while on active duty. Basic pay is paid to individual members on a regular basis; the amount of basic pay to which a particular member is entitled depends on the member’s pay grade and length of service.37 U.S.C. 203-205, 1

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FAQs

What is the military pay for 2022? ›

For instance, in 2022, a newly enlisted service member with a paygrade of E-1 receives $1,833 per month in basic pay. Meanwhile, a more senior enlisted person with a paygrade of E-6, who has more than a decade of service, earns $3,988 monthly. Officers are paid more.

Who gets Bas in the military? ›

Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS) is a pay allowance for Enlisted Soldiers and Officers that can offset the cost of food purchases. As of Jan. 1, 2002, all enlisted members receive full BAS.

What is the military pay raise? ›

If passed, military pay increases will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2023. You'll get your first increased paycheck on Jan. 13, 2023. Each year, the government reviews military compensation and proposes an annual cost-of-living adjustment. The 4.6% pay raise comes on the heels of a 2.7% increase in 2022.

What is the highest pay grade in the military? ›

The highest-ranking officer, regardless of branch, carries a pay grade of O-10.

How much is E7 retirement pay with 20 years? ›

What is the retirement pay for an E7 with 20 years? As of 2022 the pay calculation projection an E7 retiring with exactly 20 years of service would receive $27,827 per year. It's important to note the present value of almost $800,000 for a 40 year old receiving this pension indefinitely.

Do you get a pension after 10 years in the military? ›

Service members have access to two different retirement vehicles: A pension, which is only available to those who retire after at least 20 years of service.

Do soldiers have to pay for MRE? ›

No. Deployed Servicemembers only pay for food sold by vendors. They never have to pay for food provided by the dining facility, whether it be lobster and steak or MREs.

Is BAH tax free? ›

While all pays are taxable, most allowances are tax-exempt. The primary allowances for most individuals are BAS and BAH, which are tax-exempt.

Is food free in the military? ›

Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS): The Basic Allowance for Subsistence (BAS) is used to pay for food for Enlisted Soldiers and Officers. The following are the BAS rates for 2021: Officers: $280.29. Enlisted: $406.98.

How much will military pay increase 2023? ›

Military retirees and disabled veterans will see their monthly checks increase by 8.7% for 2023, thanks to an annual adjustment to the federal Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) due to inflation.

Will veterans get a pay raise in 2022? ›

This will be the largest increase since 1981 Retirees saw a 5.9% increase in 2022 and 1.3% in 2021; the annual adjustment has averaged 1.9% for the last 10 years.

How much is 2023 military pay raise? ›

Table of Contents. United States military members will likely see their largest-ever pay increase in 2023 – a 4.6% hike, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Employment Cost Index (ECI) and the draft 2023 defense budget.

How much does a 4 star general make? ›

The highest rank in the U.S. Army is a four-star general. As of June 2020, there were 14 Army four-stars, the most at any time since World War II, according to Military.com. The 2020 four-star general pay is $16,441.80 per month, which does not include amounts for a housing allowance and other benefits.

Who pays more navy or Army? ›

If you're considering a military career, you might wonder which military service – Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard or Space Force – has the best pay and benefits. At a basic pay level, the answer is simple. The military pays the same regardless of branch, according to your pay grade and years of service.

Do retired military get Social Security? ›

You can get both Social Security benefits and military retirement benefits. Generally, there is no reduction of Social Security benefits because of your military retirement benefits. You'll get your Social Security benefit based on your earnings and the age you choose to start receiving benefits.

Can you live off military retirement? ›

Can You Live Off Military Retirement Pay? The short answer is, yes, absolutely. But it takes a lot of planning to make this work. A good friend of mine, Doug Nordman, wrote the book, The Military Guide to Financial Independence and Early Retirement, and founded the website, The Military Guide.

Can I get VA pension and Social Security? ›

Your military pension does not affect your Social Security benefits. You'll get your full Social Security benefit based on your earnings. Survivors benefits may affect benefits payable under the optional Department of Defense Survivors Benefit Plan.

How many years of service is required for full pension? ›

The minimum eligibility period for receipt of pension is 10 years. A Central Government servant retiring in accordance with the Pension Rules is entitled to receive pension on completion of at least 10 years of qualifying service.

How much is an average military pension? ›

If you retired as an enlisted service member with 20 years of service, you could receive an average military pay of $30,000 to 35,000 per year while a service member who retired as a typical officer could receive an average of $60,000 to $70,000 per year.

Is a military pension worth it? ›

In fact, it's a tremendous asset with significant value. For the average retiring officer (let's say an O5 with 20 years), the military pension amount is valued at well over a million dollars. Did you know that?

Who eats first in the military? ›

Why is this important? The officer eats last to set precedence that their Marines come first. To understand this, you must know a few things about how the Marine Corps leaders form their bonds with enlisted. Officers are trained by enlisted.

How many pounds of food does a soldier eat a day? ›

Logistically, the soldiers will carry all of their food. “That would fill an entire ruck for seven days,” she said. That puts the seven-day supply down from 32 pounds to 18 pounds. But that's still enough rations to fill an entire ruck with nothing but food.

How many MREs do soldiers eat a day? ›

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A full day's worth of meals would consist of three MREs.

Is BAH supposed to cover utilities? ›

BAH is designed to cover a portion of the housing costs, including both rent and utilities in the area. It does not consider mortgage payments or family size. It is based upon a table of how much housing is required by a typical service member of a particular paygrade.

Why is take home pay so low? ›

After all the deductions have been taken, the amount left is your take-home pay. The majority of taxes and other deductions are calculated as a percentage of your gross pay. For example, the 2022 tax rate for Medicare tax is 1.45% for the employee—so if you earn $1,000, you'll pay $14.50 in Medicare tax.

Do you get a W-2 for military pay? ›

If you want to have your tax documents mailed you need to request that online.
...
2021 W-2 Distribution Schedule.
DocumentDate available on myPay
Federal Civilian Employee W-2Jan. 20, 2022
Active Army, Navy, Air Force. Space Force W-2Jan. 25, 2022
Savings Deposit Program (SDP) 1099INTJan. 22, 2022
4 more rows
17 Dec 2021

Do you have to shower together in the military? ›

There's no way out of communal showers. They're required. Everyone in your barracks will enter the shower room assigned to your barracks when commanded. The shower area is one large tiled room with multiple shower heads along the walls.

Why do soldiers cut their hair? ›

Purposes. The induction haircut has both practical and psychological purposes. Originally, one of the reasons for the induction haircut was to reduce the chances of disease among closely quartered recruits from different geographical areas (with varying immunities), such as head lice.

Do you keep military benefits for life? ›

Military pension: With a 20-year active-duty career, you'll earn retirement pay and also keep your health benefits and on-base shopping privileges.

Is military pay taxed? ›

Non-Excludable Taxes – Military pay for earned while in a combat zone is subject to Social Security and Medicare taxes and will appear on your W-2.

Will BAS go up in 2022? ›

BAS Rate Increases

There is a 5.3% increase for BAS in 2022, according to the U.S. Department of Defense. Effective Jan. 1, 2022, enlisted members will receive $406.98 per month, an increase of $20.48 from 2021. Officers will receive $280.29, an increase of $14.11.

Do military retirees get the same pay raise as active duty? ›

Note that the COLA for retired pay is calculated differently than the increase to active duty pay. Thus, retirement pay COLAs and annual active duty pay raises will differ as active duty pay raises will differ.

How many veterans have a 100% disability rating? ›

It is still possible to receive a 100% combined rating. In 2021, 8.3% of veterans with service-connected disabilities had a combined rating of 90%, while 16.9% had a combined rating of 100%.

Can a 100 disabled veteran get Social Security? ›

A Veterans Affairs compensation rating of 100% P&T doesn't guarantee that you'll receive Social Security disability benefits. To receive disability benefits from Social Security, a person must have a severe impairment expected to last at least one year or to result in death.

Does VA disability stop at age 67? ›

Even after veterans reach full retirement age, VA's disability payments continue at the same level. By contrast, the income that people receive after they retire (from Social Security or private pensions) usually is less than their earnings from wages and salary before retirement.

Will VA rates increase in 2023? ›

The Social Security Administration recently announced a massive 8.7% COLA increase to VA Disability Rates 2023. Disabled veterans with a VA rating of 10% or higher will see their 2023 VA Disability Pay Increase by 8.7% effective December 1, 2022, with an official pay date of January 2023.

What is the retired military pay increase for 2022? ›

How Much Is the Annual Military Retirement Pay COLA Raise?
YearAnnual Social Security COLA Increase
20225.9%
20211.3%
20201.6%
20192.8%
11 more rows
13 Oct 2022

Is VA getting a raise in 2023? ›

2023 VA Disability Rates. 2023 VA disability pay rates, which are effective beginning December 1, 2022, currently have a year over year increase of 8.7% based on the latest cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) announcement.

Are the armed forces getting a pay rise in 2022 23? ›

Armed Forces personnel are set to receive increases to their salaries (Picture: Alamy). Essentially, the headline figures are that the most senior officers in the Armed Forces, one-star level and above, are getting a pay rise of 3.5%, whereas everybody else is getting 3.75%, backdated to April 2022.

What is the retired military pay increase for 2022? ›

How Much Is the Annual Military Retirement Pay COLA Raise?
YearAnnual Social Security COLA Increase
20225.9%
20211.3%
20201.6%
20192.8%
11 more rows
13 Oct 2022

What is the military COLA increase for 2022? ›

The 2022 cost-of-living adjustment was 5.9%. The 8.7% figure is the highest announced since 1981, when the COLA adjustment was more than 11%. For a veteran receiving about $1,500 in monthly payouts, the 8.7% increase will mean about $130 extra each month.

What is the military pay raise for 2023? ›

Military retirees and disabled veterans will see their monthly checks increase by 8.7% for 2023, thanks to an annual adjustment to the federal Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) due to inflation.

How much do generals get paid? ›

Army General Basic Pay Table for 2022
Years ExperienceMonthly Basic PayYearly Basic Pay
Over 20 years$16,974.90 / mo$203,698.80 / yr

Will government increase salaries in 2022? ›

Government will pay a 3 % pensionable salary adjustment to all employees on salary levels 1-12 employed in the public service on or before April 1, 2022; The pensionable salary adjustment shall be back-dated to April 1, 2022, with immediate effect once the tabled offer enjoys a majority.

How much does a Sergeant Major make? ›

Average U.S. Army Sergeant Major yearly pay in the United States is approximately $91,754, which is 14% above the national average.

Does VA disability stop at age 67? ›

Even after veterans reach full retirement age, VA's disability payments continue at the same level. By contrast, the income that people receive after they retire (from Social Security or private pensions) usually is less than their earnings from wages and salary before retirement.

Can a 100 disabled veteran get Social Security? ›

A Veterans Affairs compensation rating of 100% P&T doesn't guarantee that you'll receive Social Security disability benefits. To receive disability benefits from Social Security, a person must have a severe impairment expected to last at least one year or to result in death.

Do veterans get extra Social Security benefits? ›

Since 1957, if you had military service earnings for active duty (including active duty for training), you may have extra Social Security wage credits added to your earnings record.

Who qualifies for COLA increase? ›

All persons born within the first 10 days of any month should receive their COLA payments in the mail (or have already received them). From the beginning of 2022, COLA payments are projected to increase by 5.9% over 2021 due to the inflation adjustment. This is the largest adjustment since 1982.

What is a COLA check? ›

Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for approximately 70 million Americans will increase 8.7 percent in 2023. The 8.7 percent cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) will begin with benefits payable to more than 65 million Social Security beneficiaries in January 2023.

Are veterans getting a raise in 2022? ›

Veterans receiving VA disability compensation are set to see their monthly VA pay increase by 5.9% in 2022. To put that in dollars, for every $1,000 a veteran currently receives in benefits payments, they will see an additional $59 in 2022.

How much is military retirement taxed? ›

Military retirees are allowed to deduct up to $6,250 of their pension through the end of tax year 2021. Military retirement pay is exempt from taxes beginning Jan. 1, 2022.

Is military pay taxed? ›

Non-Excludable Taxes – Military pay for earned while in a combat zone is subject to Social Security and Medicare taxes and will appear on your W-2.

How much is a pension from the military? ›

Your retirement benefit is determined by your years of service. It's calculated at 2.5% times your highest 36 months of basic pay.

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