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Troops Would See 2.7% Pay Raise Under Proposed DoD Budget

June 5, 2021

From the Military.com website

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Military service members and civilian federal government employees would both receive a 2.7% pay raise under the proposed fiscal 2022 budget request released Friday.

See what the projected 2.7% pay raise means for you.

In its first budget proposal, the Biden administration is asking for $715 billion in funding for the Defense Department in 2022, a 1.6% increase over the current year’s budget of $703.7 billion.

The proposed budget would also provide an average 3.1% increase in troops’ basic allowance for housing payments, and an average 2.3% increase in basic allowance for subsistence payments.

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