Military retirement pay tables are based on the number of years of service in the military and the service member's salary. Disability compensation tables are based on the service member's disability percentage and numbe... More »

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To calculate military retirement pay, consider tenure, then apply the retired pay base and retired pay multiplier to arrive at the total compensation package. Whether an individual was involved in active duty impacts how... More »

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Military pay tables are broken down into three secondary tables for the pay of enlisted, warrant officer and officer levels of service, according to Military Rates. The tables then break down pay scale by years of servic... More »

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The pay for a retired Air Force colonel with 30 years of service ranges from an accumulative savings of $100,000 to $1.65 million, according to the Office of the Secretary of Defense. The amount received is dependent upo... More »

The military wage scale shows the base monthly salary for U.S. military servicemembers based on pay grade and years of service. Each year the U.S. Department of Defense updates the wage scales to reflect changes in pay f... More »

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A lieutenant colonel is paid according to the Department of Defense's O-5 pay grade, which starts at $5,157.60 per month and increases every two years until 22 years of service. There is also a pay increase after three y... More »

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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