1999 Military Basic Allowance for Subsistence


Source: Defense Department

1999 Military Basic Allowance for Subsistence


EFFECTIVE: 1 JANUARY 1999
CASH/IN KIND
OFFICERS: 157.26/MONTH
ENLISTED MEMBERS: E-1<4 MONTHS ENLISTED
When on leave or authorized to mess separately: 6.93/DAY 7.50/DAY
When rations in-kind are not available 7.81/DAY 8.46/DAY
When assigned to duty under emergency conditions where no messing facilities of the United States are available: 10.36/DAY 11.21/DAY
When receiving rations in kind - Partial BAS TBD

OASD(FMP)(MPP)COMPENSATION
"Pub. L No.105-85, FY98 Defense Auth Act, signed into law on 18 November, 1997"
"Service Academy Cadet Pay is $600.00, effective on January 1, 1999, as per"
"section 203(c) of Title 37, United States Code."
"Pub. L No.______, FY99 Defense Auth Act, signed into law on __________, 1998"

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