Dislocation Pay

What is Dislocation Pay?

The Dislocation Pay allowance is designed to cover some of the extra expenses when government paid moves and travel allowances fall short of the actual cost of permanent change-of-station moves. The 2006 Dislocation Pay allowance varies from $738.72 to $3,703.37, based on rank and dependent status. Dislocation pay is not subject to taxes.

 

MILITARY PAY CHARTS

Basic Pay | Commissioned Officers | Warrant Officers | Enlisted Members

OTHER MILITARY PAY / BONUSES
Assignment Incentive Pay | Aviation Career Incentive Pay | Career Enlisted Flight Pay | Career Sea Pay | Career Status Military Pay Bonus | Command Responsibility Military Pay | Dislocation Pay | Drill Pay | Enlistment Bonus | Family Separation Pay | Flight Pay | Foreign Language Proficiency Pay | Hardship Duty Pay | Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay | Hostile Fire-Imminent Danger Pay | Lodging-Plus Pay | Medical Personnel Pay | Nuclear Duty Pay | Overseas Tour Extension | Selected Re-Enlistment Bonuses | Submarine Duty Pay

MILITARY ALLOWANCES
Clothing Allowances | Cost of Living Allowances | Dependent Allowances | Housing Allowances | Personal Money Allowances | Subsistence Allowance