You may get paratrooper allowance for the special demands of military parachuting. You may also get it for the maintaining your skills and qualifications.
You may get paratrooper allowance if you are a member of the:
You may get paratrooper allowance if you are:
and you are
You may get paratrooper allowance if you are posted to a specific position, regiment, school or squadron. You may also get paratrooper allowance if you are performing approved temporary duty in these postings. The postings include:
You may get an annual or a daily rate of allowance.
You may no longer work in a free fall or parachute jump instructor position. You may still be able to get an allowance if you:
You may get an extra allowance if you make a high altitude descent.
You may get an extra allowance if you:
You may not get paratrooper allowance if you:
If you get paratrooper allowance, you may not get other allowances at the same time. This includes:
More information about this allowance can be found in Chapter 4 Part 2 Part B Division 16.
More information about the rates can be found in Chapter 4 Part 2 Part F.
As the name suggests, this Member's Guide is designed as a guide to help you understand how your pay and conditions work. It is not a legal document. Therefore, if there is any conflict between the Member's Guide and Defence Determination 2016/19, Conditions of Service (and the Determinations made by the Defence Force Remuneration Tribunal), as compiled in PACMAN, PACMAN is the authority.
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