Servicemembers that perform flying duty as non-crewmembers, parachute
jumping, demolition of explosives, handle toxic fuels, engage in flight
deck duty or experimental stress duty, and so on earn $150 per month.
There is one exception to the $150 per month for parachute jumping, is
the authority to bestow $225 per month for HALO jumps.
Servicemembers that meet the requirements for more than one type of
hazardous duty pay during the same period are entitled to receive a
maximum of two types of hazardous duty pay. This presumes that the
individual in question was assigned to a unit whose mission involves the
performance of both types of hazardous duties.
Servicemembers that perform flight duties as aircrewmembers and meet
their services operational requirements are eligible for a form of
Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay - more commonly known as flight pay. The
following table reflects the current level of HDIP for each paygrade.