Overseas Tour Extension

What is an Overseas Tour Extension?

Bonuses are paid to those enlisted personnel who extend their duty tours of duty overseas and these amounts are subject to taxes unless th enlisted service member re-enlists in a designated combat zone. There are four options for those service members who extend for a minimum of one year and they include:

  • All services with the exception of the Navy offer a lump sum payment of up to $2000.
  • An additional $80 in monthly pay for each extra month overseas
  • 30 days extra of R & R
  • 15 days extra of R& R in addition to government paid, round-trip air fare to the United States



Basic Pay | Commissioned Officers | Warrant Officers | Enlisted Members

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

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