Image Copyright: Staff Sgt. Stacy L. Pearsall / Army
By Andrew Tilghman, Staff writer
The world looks like it’s getting safer — at least according to military compensation officials.
About 44,000 service members will see a pay cut effective June 1 when the Defense Department makes one of its periodic revisions to, and issues new restrictions for, imminent danger pay.
Troops serving in 22 specific areas around the globe, including land, sea and air space, will no longer receive the stipend that amounts to $7.50 per day or up to $225 per month.