The Fort Hood AMPO is comprised of six departments: In/Out Processing; Customer Service; Military Pay Processing; Military Pay Review; Separations, and Reserve Pay. These sections provide comprehensive Military Pay support to all Soldiers assigned to the installation to include PCS Travel Support and Wounded Warrior Pay Management.
In/Out Processing Section
Conducts In and Processing Permanent Change of Station briefings to Soldiers arriving and departing Fort Hood. Assists with the preparation of PCS travel claims to include Temporary Lodging Expense and Dependent Travel. OUT Processing Briefings are viewed via the internet.
Customer Service Section
Provides assistance for Soldiers and Family Members with pay issues that cannot be resolved at the unit level. Soldiers should seek assistance through their unit S-1 or Personnel Action Center (PAC).
Military Pay Processing Section
Provides assistance to unit S-1 and PAC personnel. The HUB of the AMPO this section processes the majority of all military pay changes submitted by Soldiers. Functions include managing the local Unit Commander’s Finance Report (UCFR) program; PAC Certification training and publishing the S-1 Handbook.
Military Pay Review Section
Provides assistance with Special Pay and allowance to include Foreign Language Pay and Flight Pay. This section conducts entitlement review audits to ensure Soldiers are paid the correct pay and allowances.
Provides assistance to Soldiers Retiring or Separating from military service. Briefings are conducted on line via the internet. The section processes final payment and allowances to include disability severance payments and separation payments.
Reserve Pay Section
Conducts finance reviews for AC Soldier Readiness prior to deployment (SRP) and on return to home station (Reverse SRP).Provides services to RC/ARNG units mobilizing and demobilizing that process through the Deployment Readiness Center.
Wounded Warrior Pay Management Section
Provides support and counseling on entitlements and travel payments for Soldiers and Family Members injured as a result of deployment.