Learn more about how you could earn up to $52,000 in reenlistment bonuses
WASHINGTON -- Officials released new guidance Tuesday on the Army's Selective Retention Bonus Program, which includes first-ever bonuses up to $52,000 for those who reenlist for critical Security Forces Assistance Brigade positions. SRB "kickers" that incentivize Soldiers who reenlist early will also go into effect at the end of this month. Details are included in Military Personnel Message 18-156. Kickers will now only be available to those eligible to reenlist on a long-term basis between 10 and 15 months from their contractual ETS date. A $3,000 kicker will be for a five-year reenlistment, and there is a $6,000 kicker for a six-year enlistment. Soldiers who reenlist under the NCO Career Status Program must also meet the term length requirement for the corresponding kicker amount. Soldiers with less than 10 months from their ETS date can still take advantage of a kicker ...