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Defense Department Does Right By Stop-Lossed Personnel


The Defense Department has just announced that they'll be offering special, retroactive payments to members of the armed forces who were stop-lossed (in other words, their contracts were reupped because the military decided it needed them, rather than because they wanted to keep serving). Soldiers will have to prove they were stop-lossed to receive the payments. Details are available through the following forms of contact for each branch of the service:

Army: Go to https://www.stoplosspay.army.mil or email RetroStopLossPay@CONUS.Army.Mil

Navy: Email NXAG_N132C@navy.mil

Marine Corps: Go to https://www.manpower.usmc.mil/stoploss or email stoploss@usmc.mil

Air Force: Go to http://www.afpc.randolph.af.mil/stoploss/

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