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Combat Pay for Evacuated Soldiers

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  1. Blitzer

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    Combat Pay for Evacuated Soldiers

    Week of January 07, 2008
    When Soldiers are evacuated from a combat zone due to a combat-related injury, they no longer need to wait 30 days to begin receiving their Combat-Related Injury Rehabilitation Pay (CIP). Now, CIP kicks in immediately, ensuring troops continue to receive an additional $430 dollars a month, even while they are recovering in a military hospital. Soldiers who believe they may be eligible to receive CIP should contact their Warrior Transition Unit chain of command, local Wounded in Action DFAS representative, or call 1-800-237-1336.

    See more Wounded Warrior news on Military.com.