Basic information about U.S. military pay grades is available from each specific branch of military, including qualifications for each grade. Comprehensive charts dating back to 1945 are available from the Defense Financ... More »

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Military pay charts are organized by the years of service and pay grade. The amount of actual pay is located in the cell between Years of Service and Pay Grade in the table, according to the Office of the Under Secretary... More »

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The basic pay of a member of the U.S. Armed Forces is determined by the grade or rank of the member and his years of service. The basic pay may also be affected by the type of service the member is performing, such as ac... More »

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Each branch of the U.S. military uses the same grade system for classifying servicemembers, though the names and titles in use vary according to branch. Enlisted ranks are designated with an "E," followed by the grade, e... More »

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Each branch of the U.S. Military has an official site listing job opportunities available in that branch by type, describing the requirements and duties of each Military Occupation Speciality. Consult with a local recrui... More »

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A U.S. Army pay chart is a detailed listing of the basic and drill pay wages for all pay grades of the United States Army. This chart is published by the Department of Defense and lists the pay of the three major grades:... More »

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According to the U.S. Department of Defense, enlisted sailors in the U.S. Navy are referred to by the term "rate," rather than "rank," based on their pay grades E-1 to E-9. Enlisted sailor rates range from Seaman Recruit... More »