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How much does a U S Air Force Lt Col earn in retirement?
The retirement earnings of a U.S. Air Force Lt. Colonel is based on years of service. With twenty years of service a colonel can earn $4000 a month in retirement. With 26 years of service, the colonel will make $5600 each month.
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It all depends on the rank of the person. He will most likely be an officer and make $2500 to $5000 a month.
Answer I think a doctor just going into the airforce would be given the rank of captain and receive the same pay as any other captain. The military pays by rank, …not by job.
Go to this web site. There are all military branches. http://www.militaryfactory.com/military_pay_scale.asp This is only part of the equation. You also need to know where you… are going to be stationed, for housing allowance and you also get money for food. Both of these are "allowances" and are tax free. If you were stationed at Eglin AFB and had no time in service (this is also a pay factor) you would bring home around 1800$ every 2 weeks. In 2 years you make 1st LT and 2 years from that you make Captain. So, in 4 years in service you can expect around a 30% pay raise, just from making rank.
Follow this link: http://www.dfas.mil/militarypay/militarypaytables/2008MilitaryPayCharts35.pdf Accountants come in as officers, and they enter the pay scale as an O1.… In 2 years they become an O2, and typically in 4 years become an O3 (Captain)
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The "Ch" stands for Chaplain and "Lt Col" means Lieutenant Colonel. The military has Chaplains from numerous religious backgrounds serving the needs of todays soldier. Rank …is extremely important in the military, but Chaplains hold a special place in the military. The Chaplain is there to support the religious needs and is depended on more as a Chaplain instead of like a regular officer.
Depends on the rank, individuals of matching ranks in different branches make the same amout of base pay. An E-1 in the Army and an E-1 in the Air Force make the exact same. … For that matter, an E-1 Air Force Security Forces member makes exactly the same as an E-1 Air Force Avionics Technician. If you are looking to go into the military for the money there is no difference between similar ranks in any branch. What you need to check on is bonuses, incentive pay, hazardous duty pay. Those are the things that will make a difference in your pay.
depends on how much you make and how long you worked
Less than Majors, Colonels, and Generals.
It depends on their pay grade (rank), but they also get extra pay depending on what they're doing including flight pay if they are doind a drop over a fire, danger pay, specia…l duty, etc.-- there's all sorts. Most Air Force Firefighters just getting in nowadays get in as an E-3 (boosted 3 ranks) because they expect them to be in longer on their first contract, because it costs SO MUCH to train them. When these guys leave the service, they can get hired at normal departments or even specialty departments including Airport FF or HAZMAT. HAZMAT IS WHERE THE MONEY IS AT-- and Air Force firefighters get all of this world class training and education for free... in fact, yes, and they're paid to do it. THEY EARN IT THOUGH.
Base pay is about $27,000 per year, I believe.
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My husband passed away at the age of 43 he was retired air force and he was working in civilian for 3 years How much income he earn in 2010 and collect Social Security at age 43?
This varies for each individual. You need to contact the Social Security Administration at 1-800-772-1213, and the Department of Veterans' Affairs at 1-800-827-1000, to learn …the answer to your question.
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AFPC says late May - early Jun for Line