Stop Loss Pay – give me your input!!!!

November 18, 2009 · Filed Under LAW 

I will be on the phone for this: so let me know what you want me to ask

Maj. Roy Whitley, the Army’s Project Manager for Retroactive Stop Loss Special Pay, will provide a status update on the Army’s first month of processing claims for this new benefit. The Department of Defense introduced Retroactive Stop Loss Special Pay last month when it announced that service members, veterans and survivors are eligible to receive $500 for every month they served under Stop Loss between September 11, 2001 and September 30, 2008. Maj. Whitley will explain the Army’s system for processing the estimated 120,000 eligible claims, as well as answer questions about receiving the pay.

LET ME KNOW YOUR QUESTIONS! I’ll be definitely asking about lack of responsiveness, how to check on the status, any deadlines (or lack thereof).

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2 Responses to “Stop Loss Pay – give me your input!!!!”

  1. Randy Pierce (SSG, Retired) on December 13th, 2009 5:02 am

    My question is simple … I received an email from the web admin folks at stoploss.army.mil which gave me a case number and login information. Problem is when I logon it reports that my information cannot be verified. I have sent this information back to them (including a screen shot) but have yet to get any response. Furthermore, the website still has yet to be repaired … how is anyone supposed to be able to check claim status if the website is non-functional? Any word on when this will be repaired?

  2. LAW on December 14th, 2009 12:36 pm

    I don’t have that answer, but I’ll see if I can find out, ok?

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