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  • Hello Erica, You heard wrong. What happens is that your "initial issue" of the required military uniforms are FREE for enlisted personnel. It is "officers" that have to pay for their uniforms. Officers only get their first initial uniforms for free. After that they are expected to pay for replacements out of their own pay. It is a custom that stems back to General George Washington. However, you won't get all your uniform issue on the first few days. You will get a partial issue. The Army won't give you the rest until it knows that you will finish basic training and graduate. Because if people fail out of basic and have to be sent home then the cost of the uniforms will be minimal. See your uniforms are not useful again, once you wear them and get released from the Army. There are some things like PT shoes etc. that everybody gets to march to the BX and buy as a group when you are lead there by your Drill Instructor. Maybe that is what you are referring to. You buy your own soap, toothpaste, and etc. with everyone else. You get the money to do this from the Army. It is called "selective listening." See, the "people" who tell you these things only tell you a partial truth. The usually leave off "the rest of the story." Next, after a few months - I think it is after 4 months, you will receive in your military pay a uniform allowance to "help" you replace worn out uniforms. This money is not to spend on pizzas, beer, or whatever. It must be saved up. If a superior tells you that your uniform is worn out and needs replacement that means that you must go "now" to clothing sales and buy a new one. You can not say: "I don't have the money" because you spend it out of your pay instead of saving it. In the Army males get initial clothing valued at: $1,441.68. Females get: $1,673.18. Female undergarments are not issued. You have to go to the BX and buy your own that fit you. That is because we can stock and pre-size guys tee shirts and underwear but female undergarments are of many sizes. Maybe that's what you heard about paying for them. You will get the money from the Army in cash to buy what is required in the BX. For the first 3 years of active duty the monthly clothing allowance for females is $26.30 and for males it is $25.73. Make sure you SAVE that monthly amount and don't spend it except for uniform maintenance. After 3 years the amount goes up about $9 a month more because certain things will need replacement. There is a time table about how certain uniforms items will wear out. Example: underwear is only expected to last 6 months. Shoes 1 year. But your dress uniform is supposed to last 4 years., etc. Figure about 20% of your pay for withholding for Federal Income Tax, Social Security tax, military life insurance. Don't be disappointed. Remember, you won't be E-3 UNTIL you graduate from basic training. Make sure you clarify that and advanced promotion is written in your enlistment contract or it is not valid. Oral "promises" are not legal and will not be honored by the military. In basic everyone is a "slick sleeve" first. Best wishes, Larry Smith Senior Master Sergeant, USAF (Ret.) First Sergeant
  • You are issued some uniforms and other things during your first week of training in all of the branches of the military that you do not have to pay for, you will have to pay for uniforms later. You will be issued some equipment throughout your time in the service, and you will be required to purchase other things. You will be given a debit card when you get to basic that has a certain amount of money on it based on which branch of service you join. You will be required to buy a few things, such as your shoes (in the Army at least) and some hygiene supplies. You will also probably need to buy quite a few things depending on what your drill sergeants/MTI's want you to have. Basically, you will get all of your pay in your account minus the amount they will deduct that equals the amount that they put on the card. Also, regular taxes, retirement, and other fees will be taken out of your paycheck, just like any other job. They give you the money on the debit card because you haven't been paid yet when you get to basic, but you still need to buy things. Not everyone has the money to buy the things that they need when they get to basic, so they give you an advance on part of your first paycheck.
  • After Basic, expect to keep a little over half (almost 2/3rds) of your pay after taxes. You are required to pay for your uniforms after your first issue. Food comes out of your paycheck, it's a small deduction. You pay for your personal hygiene products. After Basic, you pay for Internet, cell phone or phone plans, and cable plus any other entertainment.
  • You don't pay for uniforms. They are free. They always have been. You will have about 20% of that taken out for taxes and service members group life insurance.
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