Navy Releases New Career Sea Pay Guidelines


Story Number: NNS180608-20Release Date: 6/8/2018 12:24:00 PM
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From Chief of Naval Personnel Public Affairs

WASHINGTON (NNS) -- The Navy announced changes to Career Sea Pay (CSP) June 8 in NAVADMIN 143/18.

The NAVADMIN provides new guidelines for CSP entitlement criteria for various operational units and staffs.

The changes include:
* New guidelines for special boat units, expeditionary boat units, and landing craft utility units (LCU) to receive daily CSP rates.

* All afloat staffs, with the exception of 7th Fleet and Carrier Strike Group 5 staffs, will now earn daily CSP, only for days spent either underway or embarked for eight continuous hours.

CSP provides a special payment in recognition of the greater than normal rigors of sea duty, the arduous duty involved in long deployments, and the repetitive nature of assignment to such duty.

For more details on changes to CSP, read NAVADMIN 143/18 at www.npc.navy.mil.


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