Army travel voucher...?

♥Missy♥ says:

My husband is to get paid for goign TDY. Well he recieved a travel voucher statement on mypay saying it was paid July 30, I just checked again and on mypay there are 2 more vouchers (for a total of 3) saying one was paid Aug 3 and another was paid...

LTCgross says: He should be paid within a five working days of the travel voucher showing up. With the new electronic system, it is often within 48 hours of it showing up. It is possible that his TDY is paid out...

British Army takes remote-control of Terrier, the digging-est dog of war

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A "quick-hitch" mechanism allows both the bucket and...

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British Army takes remote-control of Terrier, the digging-est dog of war

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