Armed Service members will be getting a 1.7 percent pay raise for 2013 based on the recently passed National Defense Authorization act. The increase represents a 0.1% raise over 2012 level. Reserve guard members who are not on active duty receive part-time pay, or drill pay, depending on the number of drills they perform each month. Military pay is subject to income taxes unless it is earned in a designated combat zone. The Guard and Reserve pay scale amounts are based on a typical months payment for 4 drills, according to rank and time in the service.
Based on the 1.7% increase the 2013 reserve guard pay charts for enlisted members (E) and officers and are: