Discussion in 'AGC, RAPTC and SASC' started by ripley, Aug 28, 2007.
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just a quickie question what does the (m) stand for in the gyh (m)???
i think it is married as there might be different rates for single and married soldiers as always
thanks, i too thought it was married, so i had a scan through jsp 752 but there was no mention of the (m), had loads of other abreviations though.
I think its mileage, as I am getting it and am single.
cheers, think that sounds more like it, ta
Probably: Get You Home (Maybe), depending on if JPA retracts it randomly or not, or even pays you at all
GYH (M) is the old GYH (D) under the new JPA rules.
If you are posted in Germany and you go on a course in the UK you would get LSA, but if your course was in Germany, (that is the same theatre), then you get GYH(M).
Hope that helps ya!!
GYH(M) (mileage) replaced both GYH(D) and GYH for married unaccompanied pers. Paid irrespective of maristat and same rate. Also replaces the old GYH(SA) for single homeowners.
And what's wrong with that, as long as the pads get more
Separate names with a comma.