The U.S. Army is expected to give bonuses of $4.7 billion for the 2019 fiscal year.
The bonuses are capped at $2,500 for each rank.
The paychecks will begin to roll out later this year.
In a statement, the Army said it will also be paying the National Guard and reserve members a combined $3.2 billion in bonuses.
The Army’s enlistment numbers have remained relatively steady since the end of fiscal year 2019, which ended July 1.
That included a 6 percent rise in enlistment for the active forces, which rose to a record 1.8 million people.
The Army said that number was the lowest it has ever seen and that it’s looking forward to the start of the next fiscal year on Sept. 30.