ReservistsThose who enlist in the Marine Reserve are not paid on the base pay chart for active-duty personnel.
Other PayNew active-duty Marines may be eligible for special allowances and pay from the beginning of their careers.
According to the 2012 military pay charts, a Marine in her first four months as an E-1 earns $1,379 a month, or $16,548 a year.

It is based on four drills per month, so a different amount of drill time may alter the standard pay. She will not receive another pay increase until she is promoted to private first class, or E-2, no matter how long she serves in the Corps. However, other pay, such as hazardous-duty or combat pay, may apply from the start if the Marine is ordered into these situations.

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