Along with the many special pays earned by Navy SEALs including dive, jump, and demolition pay, Navy SEALs are also entitled to get bonuses of up to $160,000 for re-enlisting, according to the Navy.
The Navy is offering bonuses of varying sizes to Naval Special Warfare operators willing to serve up to seven more years. “Qualified operators may re-enlist for six years and simultaneously sign a 12-month extension to maximize the seven year NSW CSRB (Naval Special Warfare Critical Skills Retention Bonus) opportunity,” the Navy’s personnel shop says.
Under the Navy SEAL bonus program, SEALs in their 18th year of service who agree to stay an additional seven years will receive $160,000 “in a lump sum payment,” the Navy says. Annual bonuses ranging from $15,000 to $25,000 also are available.
Story courtesy of Time Inc.