The Army announced Wednesday it will offer a bonus of $50 for enlistees who enroll in the military.
The bonus will be calculated based on the number of people who enrolled during the month of September.
The Army is offering the offer through September 15, the date on which it plans to send out all of the enlistment paperwork.
The offer applies to enlistees of all ages, as well as to new recruits who have been in the Army for more than a year.
The Army said it also will give out bonuses to active duty soldiers, active duty civilians and reservists who complete the full three years of training.
Army officials said the bonus will also be used to pay for other benefits, including retirement and disability compensation, medical and dental care, housing and other living expenses.
The bonuses will not be available for existing enlistees, according to the Army.