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Salary and Pay Rates
Air force airborne linguist?
January 14, 2015 9:32PM
My daughter is entering this field
You would receive base pay + flight pay + language pay
Should be an e-4 after school- so base pay is 1889.70 monthly
Flight pay begins at $150 monthly and goes up
Language pay is $300-$1000 monthly
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What division of the air force are linguists?
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