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Military Pay Chart 2014

2014 U.S. Military Basic Pay Charts

On December 23, 2013, President Obama signed Executive Order 13655, "Adjustments of Certain Rates of Pay" that made the one percent pay raise for 2014 official. According to the order, the pay is "effective on the first day of the first applicable pay period beginning on or after January 1, 2014."

The 2014 pay news continued below the charts.

2014 Officer Pay Chart
2014 Enlisted Reserve Drill Pay Chart
2014 Reserve Officer Drill Pay Chart

Effective January 1, 2014, the pay rates are monthly amounts rounded to the nearest U.S. dollar.

2014 Enlisted Basic Military Pay Chart

Enlisted military pay chart for less than 2 to over 6 years of service.
Pay GradeYears of Service
Less than 2Over 2Over 3Over 4Over 6
E-727523004311932723391
E-623812620273528482965
E-521812327244025552735
E-420002102221623282427
E-318051919203520352035
E-217171717171717171717
E-115321532153215321532
E-1 Less than
4 months
1417 
Enlisted military pay chart for 8 to over 16 years of service.
Pay GradeYears of Service
Over 8Over 10Over 12Over 14Over 16
E-9 4837494650845247
E-839594134424343734514
E-735953710391440844200
E-632283331353035913636
E-529233076309530953095
E-424272427242724272427
E-320352035203520352035
E-217171717171717171717
E-115321532153215321532
Put your hard earned college benefits to work.
Enlisted 2014 military pay chart for 18 to over 26 years of service.
Pay GradeYears of Service
Over 18Over 20Over 22Over 24Over 26
E-954115674589661296487
E-847684896511552375536
E-743244372453246194947
E-636873687368736873687
E-530953095309530953095
E-424272427242724272427
E-320352035203520352035
E-217171717171717171717
E-115321532153215321532
Enlisted military pay chart 2014, over 30 years of service.
Pay GradeYears of Service
Over 30Over 34Over 38Over 40
E-9681171527510Make room
E-8564756475647Retire!!

For the Servicemembers serving as the Sergeant Major of the Army, Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy or Coast Guard, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, or Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, basic pay is $7,816 per month.

Note: The United States' military pay and allowances are distributed on the 1st and 15th day of the month. If the 1st or 15th fall on a weekend or national holiday, payment will be made the working day prior. Various pays which are not included in these pay tables include, but not limited to, Submarine Duty Pay, Hazardous Duty, Imminent Danger Pay (Combat Pay), Sea Pay, aircrew-flight pay, Special Duty Pay (SDAP), etc.

2014 Officer Basic Military Pay Chart

Officer military pay chart for under 2 years to 6 years of service.
Pay GradeYears of Service
Under 2Over 2Over 3Over 4Over 6
O-8994610272104881054910819
O-782648649882689679223
O-661256730717171717198
O-551065753615162266474
O-444065101544155175832
O-338744391474051685415
O-233473812439145394632
O-129053024365536553655
Commissioned Officer With Over 4 Years of Active Service as an Enlisted Member or Warrant Officer
O-3E 51685415
O-2E 45394632
O-1E 36553903
Warrant Officers
 Under 2Over 2Over 3Over 4Over 6
W-440034306443045524761
W-336563808396440164179
W-232353541363537003910
W-128403145322734013607
Officer military pay scale chart for 8 years to 16 years of service.
Pay GradeYears of Service
Over 8Over 10Over 12Over 14Over 16
O-81126911374118021192512293
O-794769768100591035111269
O-675077548754879778735
O-566236950718974997974
O-461716593692171507281
O-356875863615263026302
O-246324632463246324632
O-136553655365536553655
Commissioned Officer With Over 4 Years of Active Service as an Enlisted Member or Warrant Officer
O-3E56875863615263956535
O-2E47805029522153645364
O-1E40484195434045394539
Warrant Officers
 Over 8Over 10Over 12Over 14Over 16
W-449685178549457716034
W-345024837499551785366
W-242364397455747514903
W-139094051424844424595
Officer military pay chart for 18 years to 26 years of service.
Pay GradeYears of Service
Over 18Over 20Over 22Over 24Over 26
O-10
See Note 1
 16072161511648717072
O-9 14057142601455215062
O-81282713319136471364713647
O-71204412044120441204412105
O-6
See Note 2
9180962598781013510632
O-581998422867686768676
O-473567356735673567356
O-363026302630263026302
O-246324632463246324632
O-136553655365536553655
Commissioned Officer With Over 4 Years of Active Service as an Enlisted Member or Warrant Officer
O-3E67266726672667266726
O-2E53645364536453645364
O-1E45394539453945394539
Warrant Officers
 Over 18Over 20Over 22Over 24Over 26
W-5 7118747977488046
W-462496459676870227311
W-357045933607062156413
W-250415205531454005400
W-147364907490749074907
Officer military pay chart 2014, over 30 years of service.
Pay GradeYears of Service
Over 30Over 34Over 38Over 40
O-10179251882119763Time for
O-9158161660717437Retirement!
O-8139891433914339Retire!!
O-7123481234812348Retire!!
O-6108441084410844Retire!!
Pay GradeYears of Service
Over 30Over 34Over 38Over 40
W-5844988719315Make room
W-4745774577457you're old!!

NOTE 1. Basic pay for O-7 through O-10 is limited by the Level III of the Executive Schedule (ES).

NOTE 2. O-6 and below is limited by level V of the ES.

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2014 Monthly Reserve/Guard Enlisted Drill Military Pay Scales

Reserve-Guard Enlisted 2014 military pay scale to over 6 years of service.
Pay GradeYears of Service
Less than 2Over 2Over 3Over 4Over 6
E-7367401416436452
E-6317349365380395
E-5291310325341365
E-4272284301316329
E-3241256271271271
E-2229229229229229
E-1204204204204204
E-1 with less than
4 months of service
189 
Enlisted Reserve military pay chart for 8 years to 16 years of service.
Pay GradeYears of Service
Over 8Over 10Over 12Over 14Over 16
E-9 645660678700
E-8528551566583602
E-7479495522545560
E-6430444471479485
E-5390410413413413
E-4329329329329329
E-3271271271271271
E-2229229229229229
E-1204204204204204
Enlisted Reserve military pay chart for 18 years to 26 years of service.
Pay GradeYears of Service
Over 18Over 20Over 22Over 24Over 26
E-9721756786817864
E-8636653682698739
E-7577583604616659
E-6491491491491491
E-5413413413413413
E-4324324324324324
E-3271271271271271
E-2229229229229229
E-1204204204204204

2014 Monthly Basic Reserve/Guard Officer Military Pay Scale

Reserve-Guard Officer drill pay chart 2014, under 6 years of service.
Pay Grade Years of Service
Under 2 Over 2 Over 3 Over 4 Over 6
O-7 1107 1159 1183 1202 1236
O-6 821 902 961 961 965
O-5 684 771 824 834 868
O-4 590 683 729 739 782
O-3 519 588 635 692 726
O-2 449 511 588 608 621
O-1 389 405 490 490 490
Commissioned Officer With Over 4 Years of Active Service as an Enlisted Member or Warrant Officer
  Under 2 Over 2 Over 3 Over 4 Over 6
O-3E   692 726
O-2E   608 621
O-1E   490 523
Warrant Officers
  Under 2 Over 2 Over 3 Over 4 Over 6
W-4 536 577 594 610 638
W-3 490 510 531 538 560
W-2 433 474 487 496 524
W-1 381 421 432 456 483
Reserve Officer military drill pay chart for 8 years to 16 years of service.
Pay GradeYears of Service
Over 8Over 10Over 12Over 14Over 16
O-712701309134813871510
O-610061011101110691171
O-588793196310051069
O-4827883927958976
O-3762786824845845
O-2621621621621621
O-1490490490490490
Commissioned Officer With Over 4 Years of Active Service as an Enlisted Member or Warrant Officer
 Over 8Over 10Over 12Over 14Over 16
O-3E762786824857876
O-2E640674700719719
O-1E542562582608608
Warrant Officers
 Over 8Over 10Over 12Over 14Over 16
W-4666694736773809
W-3603648669694719
W-2568589611637657
W-1524543569595616
2014 Reserve Officer military drill pay chart for 18 years to 26 years of service.
Pay GradeYears of Service
Over 18Over 20Over 22Over 24Over 26
O-716141614161416141622
O-612301290132413581425
O-510991129116211621162
O-4986986986986986
O-3845845845845845
O-2621621621621621
O-1490490490490490
Commissioned Officer With Over 4 Years of Active Service as an Enlisted Member or Warrant Officer
 Over 18Over 20Over 22Over 24Over 26
O-3E901901901901901
O-2E719719719719719
O-1E608608608608608
Warrant Officers
 Over 18Over 20Over 22Over 24Over 26
W-5 954100210381078
W-4837866907941980
W-3764795814832859
W-2675698713724724
W-1635657658658658

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http://www.navycs.com/charts/2014-military-pay-chart.html#enlisted-paycharts - 2014 Enlisted Pay Chart
http://www.navycs.com/charts/2014-military-pay-chart.html#officer-pay-chart - 2014 Officer Pay Chart

E pay scale is Enlisted, W scale is Warrant Officer, O scale is Commissioned Officer.
Effective January 1, 2014.

2014 pay news continued;

December 19, 2013, with a late night vote, the United States Senate passed the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act by a vote of 84-15. The bill will now be sent to President for signature ensuring the one percent military raise for 2014. Expect everything to be in order for the pay raise to be effective, January 1, 2014.

December 12, 2013, the House overwhelmingly passed the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act by a vote of 350-69. The bill is now expected to be considered in the Senate on late Thursday, December 19th. The 2014 NDAA does not change the President's proposed one percent military raise, so unless a change does occur, Servicemembers should see the raise of one-percent effective January 1, 2014.

December 9, the House and Senate Armed Services Committees have reached a compromise on the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act. The Committee's compromise does not specifically address the military pay raise percentage for 2014. So, as it stands, it appears that the President's one-percent raise will be a reality. It is expected that the full House will pass the NDAA by Friday afternoon, and the Senate will then take up the measure next week.

August 30, President Obama informed Congress that he will be exercising his powers as President to cap the military pay at one-percent for 2014. Congress can still override the President's cap and send him the 1.8% per current Title 37 mandate; however, Congress would need to find the additional funding required to make this a reality, and finding the additional $580 million will be difficult with the state of today's economy.

July 30, the Senate's Defense Appropriations subcommittee passed the 2014 defense spending bill. The Senate's version contains just a one percent pay raise as requested by the President and the Department of Defense, and is 0.8 percent less than what was approved in the House. The bill now moves to the Senate Appropriations Committee for mark-up before it is presented to the full Senate.

July 22, the White House Budget Office relayed a threat to veto the 2014 defense bill if it contains a pay raise which is more than President Obama's proposed one percent.

As expected, on June 14, the full House voted for passage of H.R. 1960, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2014 by a vote of 315 to 108. The House's version of the bill has the 1.8 percent pay raise per the Employment Cost Index in tact. It is currently expected to be opposed in the Senate who's Armed Services Committee voted to approve the 1.0 percent raise as requested by the President.

On June 11, Senate Armed Services Committee’s Military Personnel Panel signaled they would follow the proposal for a one percent base pay raise for 2014 made by President Obama at the urging of the Department of Defense. The Senate committee's endorsement is in opposition to the House Armed Services personnel committee's approved 1.8% pay raise they voted on last week.

April 10, President Obama released his budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2014. In his proposal, he recommends to congress a one percent pay raise for Uniformed Members of the Armed Forces. Congress must pass the President's proposal for it to take effect; in action by Congress will automatically invoke the 1.8 percent pay raise per Title 37.

On February 6, 2013, the Pentagon's Press Secretary announced that the military pay raise proposal in the President's Department of Defense budget for 2014 will be just one percent. One percent is 0.8% less than called for by current law, and will be below the projected 1.6 to 2.0% raise in the rate of inflation for 2014 as projected by the Federal Reserve. If the pay raise of one percent comes to be, then military personnel will be taking a pay cut in real dollars. Until the actual budget request is made public, this chart will continue to display the 1.8% estimated raise based on current law cited in U.S.C. Title 37.

On October 31, 2012, the United States Employment Cost Index (ECI) was released. The following pay charts are based on the private industry worker's wage and salary series of the Employment Cost Index's increase of 1.8 percent for the 12 month period ending September 2012, and it is expected to be part of the President's budget input for the United States Government, Fiscal Year 2014. The actual ECI percentage is 0.2 percent less than originally projected by the Congressional Budget Office.

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2014 Basic Military Pay Chart for active and reserve components of the United States Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard and National Guard for the calender year 2014. Content written and developed by NCCM Thomas Goering, United States Navy, Retired.
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