These resources provide enlisted Sailors information related to pay, benefits and allowance. You want to make sure your records are correct, otherwise, you could miss out, or get underpaid on entitlements that you deserve. If you are unsure, you should ask your career counselor, supervisor, Chief or PSD for help on any pay, allowance or other entitlement question. There is nothing worse than not getting what you are entitled to because your pay records are outdated or there is an error!
Available from the Defense Finance and Accounting Service are the latest Navy pay tables including basic pay rates, clothing allowance, submarine & dive rates, and hazardous duty pay.
Additionally there is information on the combat zone, direct support areas of combat zones, and hazardous duty area pay information for those who are qualified.
Enlisted Sailors should make sure they take a look at their LES statement which is viewable via the "MyPay" link listed below. You can use myPay to receive your LES in paper format or electronically, view your Thrift Savings Plan and much more. myPay is available to active duty, reservists, retirees and DoD civilians. The Military Compensation website provides resources on compensation available to Reserve, Active Duty members, retirees and survivors of retirees. It is your 'go to' source for military pay and benefits.
Sailors will also want to establish a self-service Electronic Service Record (ESR) account through NSIPS. Command representatives can also gain access to ESR records via NSIP so if you are having issues, you should talk to your command rep.
Enlisted personnel should also set up an account with Navy Personnel and Pay (NP2). NP2 is a work in progress that will create a single integrated personnel and pay system for Sailors both Active and Reserve. Currently there are issues with NP2 (due to the complexity of integrating the various pay and entitlement programs,) but setting up an account is the right thing to do.
Additional information includes information on sea pay, uniform allowances, family and more.