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The Hardships of a Hardship Tour Army Wife Network
    Aug 12, 2014 · So, as my family and I begin this next journey in our Army life, I want to hear from those spouses who have endured a hardship tour. What were some of the most challenging aspects of a hardship tour for you besides just the separation? I want to connect and learn from you, so please feel free to leave comments below.

Deployments and Hardship Tours: Betty Johnson - Fort ...
    “Hardship tours” and “deployments” are never words an Army wife wants to hear. However, these are words that I have heard for the last fifteen years. During this time, we have seen three Korean hardships tours – each one was a yearlong – in addition to one 12-month deployment, one 13-month deployment and one 15-month deployment.

Hardship Duty Pay
    Hardship duty pay is is additional compensation paid to servicemembers assigned to locations where living conditions are substantially below those conditions in the continental U.S. (CONUS). HDP-L ...

Defense Finance and Accounting Service > MilitaryMembers ...
    NOTES: 1. All members on qualifying duty at places within the listed country, state, or region are entitled to HDP-L. Only land areas are designated for hardship duty, except that any installations located on an ice shelf inside the Antarctic or Arctic Circle Regions are also included in the designation for that area.

What's the difference between a deployment and a hardship ...
    Jul 09, 2006 · Hardship tours are PCS(Permanent Change of Station) orders, Deployments are TAD/TDY(Temporary Additional Duty) orders Hardship tours are normally a year or two long. Most PCS tours are at least three years long. 2 0. ilovemyarmyguy. 1 decade ago. My husband was on a hardship tour in Korea. That means he was actually stationed there, but the ...

Hardship Duty Pay Locations -
    Hardship Duty Pay – Location (HDP-L) All service members who are permanently assigned to or serving temporarily as additional duty/temporary duty (TAD/TDY), deployed, or attached status for more than 30 consecutive days in a designated area will be eligible for HDP-L. Eligibility for HDP-L begins on the day of arrival at the new station for service members on permanent reassignment.

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