Discussion in 'ROTC' started by mmffss, Jul 7, 2016.
What was it like and how often was it done?
This will vary a lot by regiment and individuals. Individuals meaning cadets angering Drill Sergeants, and how much internal anger your specific Drill Sergeant has.
PT sessions in the second regiment were essentially only PRTs.
Drill Sergeants dropped us a bit, but nothing too much. There are rules in place to limit what they can do. However, you may have a Drill Sergeant who doesn't like rules. In that case be disiplined and listen to avoid mininature smoke sheshes
My DS was paid for CIET (1st regiment) but he hasn't been paid for his travel days and incidentals as he is a 4 year winner and contracted and it stated the exact amounts in his travel plan. Does anyone have a guess when that is paid or should he follow up with Fort Knox? Thanks.
do you know how much he was paid?
I was paid $825 but that's not including travel (I drove)
I was paid $846 and my friend was paid $927 all depending on you're state taxes.
I am a 4 year winner as well, you're DS must file a Tavel voucher to his HRA as completed orders within 5 days. On his TDY travel orders there is a block called "Per Diem". This is how much you're DS will be paid extra for travel and food costs. He will receive this around a month or 2 after his travel voucher is processed.
My DS was paid $846, too. He contacted Fort Knox and you must complete a 1351-2 travel voucher for per diem travel pay and incidentals. There is no 5 day window per Fort Knox. (The 5 day window is for actual receipts turned in to his HRA which he did but not the 1351-2) Then submit the 1351-2 to your S1 on campus which is my son's HRA. Hope this helps.
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