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What are some example salaries of Air Force personnel?

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Salaries for enlisted personnel in the U.S. Air Force depend on the enlisted person’s rank and years of service. For example, an enlisted E-1 Airman Basic with two or less years of service earns $17,892 annually, as of 2015. There are nine ranks within the Air Force.

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What are some example salaries of Air Force personnel?
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The more years of experience gained and the greater the rank, the higher the enlisted person’s pay. An E-7 Master Sergeant with over six years of experience earns $39,611 annually. By contrast, an E-9 Chief Master Sergeant serving more than 38 years earns $82,732. AirForce.com offers a complete and up-to-date chart listing pay for all ranks.

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