Military pay history?

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  1. crater

    crater NRA Member

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    Any way to get a report of the pay that you received while in the military? I am interested in the years that I served which was from 1964-1967.

    Yes, they had money back in those days:rofl::rofl::rofl:

    Many thanks in advance...
     

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  2. If your experience is like mine just a few years later, you didn't make squat!
     
  3. SSA.gov should have a list of what you made by year.
     
  4. crater

    crater NRA Member

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    Hey I hear you. I remember getting a Article 15 for curfew violation and my punishment was to forfeit $15.00. That actually hurt the pocket book at that time:rofl:


    Thanks to all for the help/suggestions. I'll check 'em out...
     
  5. Nice info... In 1963 I made $145. per month as E-3 in USAF:rofl:
     
  6. I heard $62.75 /mo. pvt. E1 1968
     
  7. when I got out of the AF in 1966 I was getting $90 every two weeks as E-4 4
     
  8. I joined the Army as an E-3, making about $1,700 a month. The Bush years were awfully kind to Soldiers.
     
  9. In 1976 my pay check as an E3 was $300 per month after taxes. We were paid in cash many times because we were never in our home port and cashing a check was impossible.
     
  10. On Okinawa in 1977 they paid us in cash. As a L/Cpl (E-3) I got $147 every two weeks and sent $120 or $140 home. Good times indeed.
     
  11. I remember my first Army Pay $341 in 1975. I think.

    My LAST pay is very easy to remember: $747 in January 1981.
     

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