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Army Introduces New Two-Year Enlistment Bonus, Raises Three-Year Bonus

May 31, 2007
BY U.S. Army Recruiting Command

FORT KNOX, Ky. (Army News Service, May 31, 2007) - The U.S. Army Recruiting Command introduced two new enlistment incentives yesterday.

A bonus of up to $51,864 is available to recruits signing up for a two-year enlistment in more than 45 active-Army military occupational specialties.

A maximum combined bonus for a three-year enlistment was also raised to $25,000 for MOSs. The previous maximum amount for a three-year enlistment was $10,000, or $20,000 for a limited number of priority MOSs.

Qualified recruits who enlist for two years plus training are eligible for an enlistment bonus of up to $15,000, which can be combined with the Montgomery GI Bill and Army College Fund of $36,864. These incentives are available to qualified recruits who enlist in one of more than 45 job specialties, including fire support specialist (13F), signal support systems specialist (25U), petroleum supply specialist (92F), pharmacy specialist (68Q) and health-care specialist (68W).

Payment of bonuses for which recruits qualify begins after completion of basic combat and advanced individual training.

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