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Sailors on deployment to the Middle East will no longer earn extra pay beginning in June, after the Department of Defense removed the imminent danger pay designation from nearly all waterways where the Navy sails and from 15 countries where service members deploy. military personnel due to civil insurrection, civil war, "Oxandrolone Powder India" terrorism or wartime conditions has been significantly reduced in many countries. a result, it is discontinuing the special pay $7.50 a day Bestellen Cialis for military members working in those areas.

The Anavar Immune System designation was lifted on waterways that include the Arabian Sea, Gulf of Aden, Gulf of Oman, Red Sea and Persian Gulf, whose airspace will also no longer be considered a combat area.

Several Persian Gulf countries, including Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, were also removed from the list, along with other countries spanning from Haiti to East Timor. Afghanistan, Iraq and several Middle Eastern countries remain on the list.

The determination means that service members will no longer collect an estimated $225 a month, tax free, for serving in areas that used to be considered dangerous.

Defense officials said the move reflected increased security around the globe and was not a result of the severe budget crisis that has afflicted Washington. But, for sailors, it easy to see the change as nothing more than a pay cut.

seems like they are trying to get a little "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" bit at a time, said Petty Officer 1st Class Alicia Cole, an electronics technician assigned to shore duty at Norfolk Naval Station.

the world is changing. Maybe it safer over there. I don think so, she said. realize stuff needs to be cut, but I don think they are looking at the long term effects on the military. Department of Defense spends an estimated $500 million a year on imminent danger pay; the change will save about $108 million annually, said Lt. Cmdr. Nathan Christensen, a Pentagon spokesman.

In 2012, just over 194,000 military personnel received danger pay, he said. That figure will drop by about 50,000 after the change takes effect.

A Navy spokesman said the service spent $59.8 million on danger pay in 2013; 22,000 sailors received the pay.

Sailors often see danger pay as a perk of deployment a benefit to long periods away from home. But one defense official noted that the special pay is always designated as a result of conflict and is not meant to be permanent, saying that, as the post 9/11 wars wind down, this is the expected progression.

The official said that the change to combat pay is likely a precursor for other decisions on military income. Next to go might be combat exclusion zones, where military salaries and extras including re enlistment bonuses and combat pay are not Deca Durabolin C'Est Quoi taxed.

is sort of the leading edge of what is expected to be a kind of holistic look at special pay and benefits that we got as a result of the wars, the official said. DOD has been pretty clear that, as the security situation continues to get better and we continue to pull out of this area, we would start to see some of these pays and benefits go "buy cheap jintropin online" away. reducing compensation for young sailors is not going to go over well, Cole said. Users must follow agreed upon rules: Be civil, be clean, be on topic; don't attack private individuals, other users or classes of people. Read the full rules here.

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