Careers Career Paths How to Calculate Your Reenlistment Bonus Find Your SRB for the Army, Air Force,Navy, Marines and Coast Guard Share PINTEREST Email Print Image by Dingding Hu Â© The Balance 2019 Career Paths US Military Careers Technology Careers Sports Careers Sales Project Management Professional Writer Music Careers Media Legal Careers Government Careers Finance Careers Fiction Writing Careers Entertainment Careers Criminology Careers Book Publishing Aviation Animal Careers Advertising Learn More Table of Contents Expand Army Reenlistment Bonus Navy Reenlistment Bonus Air Force Reenlistment Bonus Marines Reenlistment Bonus Coast Guard Reserve Bonuses By Rod Powers Rod Powers Air Force NCO Academy Rod Powers was a retired Air Force First Sergeant with 22 years of active duty service. Learn about our Editorial Process Updated on 06/21/19 Many service members are offered a monetary bonus to reenlist. The amount of the bonus is determined by several factors and varies by service. The amounts are periodically modified, as often as quarterly, as are the methods of determining your bonus. Factors generally include the length of active military duty, MOS or specialty and rank. Additional bonuses may be given to personnel in needed specialties. Usually, there is an overall cap on the total number of enlistment bonuses you can receive during your career. Army Reenlistment Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB) Announcements are made quarterly in MILPER messages that announce changes in the SRB program. You should read the current message to find the retention incentive being offered. The numbering system for the messages begins with the year, such as MILPER 18-006 in 2018. Accessing the current message is the best way to determine your reenlistment bonus. Bonuses will vary by Primary Military Occupational Specialty (MOS), Skill Qualification Identifier (SQI), Additional Skill Identifier (ASI) or language code (if any). They are also determined by rank (PFC, SPC, SGT, SSG, SFC). All of these factor into which tier of bonus is offered, from Tier 1 to Tier 10. The amount is further determined by the length of enlistment extension. This is broken into 12 to 23 months, 24 to 35 months, 36 to 47 months, 48 to 59 months and 60 months or more. The range is from $500 for Tier 1 PFC and SPC enlisting for 12 to 23 months all the way up to $72,000 for a Tier 10 SSG/SFC enlisting for 60 months or more. Additional amounts may be granted for various skills, such as a $7500 additional bonus for language skills, up to an SRB maximum as established. Soldiers may receive more than one SRB throughout their career, but career maximums are also established. Navy Selective Reenlistment Bonus To determine your bonus, visit the current NAVADMIN policy update. Bonuses are based on tier, rating, and NEC/Zone. Air Force Selective Reenlistment Bonus The SRB for the Air Force is determined by Air Force specialty code, skill level or CEM code, and zone (length of service) for reenlistments of three years or more. Zone A is between 17 months and 6 years of service, Zone B between 6 and 10 years, Zone C between 10 and 14 years, and Zone E between 18 and 20 years. An Air Force SRB calculator is available to logged-in users at myPers. Marines Selective Reenlistment Bonus The SRB for the Marines is determined by MOS, rating, and zone. The zones are determined by the length of service. Zone A is 17 months to 6 years of active military service, Zone B is six to 10 years of active military service, Zone C is 10 to 14 years of active military service. The current SRB bulletin (such as MCBUL 7220) can be viewed at marines.mil. Coast Guard Selected Reserve (SELRES) Bonuses You may determine your bonus by visiting the current Coast Guard policy update.