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    Do U.S soldiers have to pay for there housing and meals if there visiting another Army barrarcks in the world, say for instance if they were staying in the U.K on one of there military bases..? Please i hope some one can answer this for me cause it's urgent in knowing..

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    Meals
    As a continuation of the military tradition of providing room and board, meals (rations) are considered part of your pay. While on active duty you will be eligible for free dining services or you will be given an allowance to cover the cost of your meals when dining facilities are not available. 

    Housing
    Housing on base is also included as a part of your compensation package. If you are married and on-base housing is not available, or you would like to live off base, a tax-free monthly housing allowance will be provided. The military also pays all travel and expenses for required moves. 


    Read more here>>http://www.military.com/join-armed-forces/military-benefits-overview.html



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