Section 351 Hazardous Duty Pay
Discretionary pays; payable to enlisted members and officers.
Hostile Fire Pay - HFP may be paid to a Service member of a uniformed service who performs duty in a hostile fire area; is exposed to a hostile fire event; is on duty during a month in an area in which a hostile event occurred that placed the Service member in grave danger of physical injury; or is killed, injured, or wounded by a hostile fire event. HFP is a monthly rate of $225, which may not be prorated (may not receive simultaneously with IDP).
Imminent Danger Pay - IDP may be paid to a uniformed service member who is subject to the threat of physical harm or imminent danger on the basis of civil insurrection, civil war, terrorism, or wartime conditions in a foreign area. IDP is a monthly rate of $225 (may not receive simultaneously with HFP) and is prorated based on the actual number of days a member is in an imminent danger area.
Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay - HDIP provides a monetary incentive to Service members who volunteer to perform a duty designated as hazardous, based upon the inherent dangers of the duty and risks of physical injury. The monthly rate for HDIP is based on the duty and is prorated to reflect the duration of the member's actual qualifying service during the month. The duties listed below are eligible for HDIP.
HDIP for experimental stress duty is up to $150 per month.