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Combat Pay for Evacuated Soldiers

Discussion in 'US Military Services' started by Blitzer, Jan 8, 2008.

  1. 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.