What is an SRB payment on my Les?

What is an SRB payment on my Les?

The Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB), sometimes called the Selective Retention Bonus, is a cash incentive paid to enlisted members to encourage reenlistments and retention in critical military skills. The bonus is usually paid in a lump sum or 50% paid at the time of reenlistment.

How do I find my Air Force SRB?

The FY 2021 SRB listing is available both on myPers and the retention page on the Air Force’s Personnel Center website at https://www.afpc.af.mil/Retention/. For more information regarding the SRB program, visit the link or contact your local Military Personnel Flight Career Development section.

What is SRB in the Air Force?

The SRB program aims to keep experienced Air Force and Space Force troops in career fields that are undermanned or that come with high training price tags, the department wrote. The department has allocated over $55 million to cover the fiscal 2021 program, which takes effect on Jan. 5, 2021, the release said.

What is my SRB?

The Selective Retention Bonus, or SRB, program is a monetary incentive paid to active-duty Airmen and Guardians serving in certain selected military skills who reenlist for additional obligated service.

When does the Air Force SRB program go into effect?

Nine AFSCs were added to the program and 40 AFSCs were removed from the list. The FY 2021 SRB program goes into effect Jan. 5, 2021. Members in skills identified for a reduction or termination, and who are currently eligible to reenlist, will have until Feb. 4, 2021 to take advantage of the bonus at previous rates.

Where can I find the Air Force SRB list?

The FY 2021 SRB listing is available both on myPers and the retention page on the Air Force’s Personnel Center website at https://www.afpc.af.mil/Retention/. For more information regarding the SRB program, visit the link or contact your local Military Personnel Flight Career Development section.

Why are AFSCs eligible for the SRB program?

The Air Force is moving forward with a higher end-strength, so AFSCs eligible for the SRB program will increase to address retention of experienced Airmen in some key mission areas such as maintenance, signals intelligence and mental health.

When is selective reenlistment bonus for AFSCs effective?

Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas (AFNS) — Enlisted Airmen in 23 Air Force specialty codes may be eligible to receive a selective reenlistment bonus (SRB) effective March 12, Air Force officials announced March 12.