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Featured by DAVID LEVINSKY, BURLINGTON COUNTY TIMES, WILLINGBORO, N.J.
A new bill would raise hazard pay for reservists and Guardsmen to equal active duty’s
Reservists and Guard members are required to undergo the same training as specialized active-duty troops, and they face the same risks. Yet the extra incentive pay they receive for their work — called hazardous duty incentive pay — is merely a fraction of what their active-duty counterparts receive for performing the same job.