Salary for Air Crew Members

Also known as:  Acoustic Sensor Operator, Aerial Gunner, Airborne And Air Delivery Specialist, Airborne Battle Management Systems, Weapons Director, Airborne Mine Countermeasures (Amcm) Aircrewman, Airborne Mission Systems, Airborne Missions Systems, Airborne Operations, Airborne Radio Operator/In-Flight Refueling Observer/Loadmaster, Airman helps government professionals find better paying jobs across all specialties and locations.

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Air crew members perform specific duties related to air safety including search and rescue missions, reconnaissance and transport. Operating aircraft defense systems, operating weapons and conducting inspections are other examples of tasks air crew members are asked to perform. To become an air crew member, one must join the armed forces. A high school diploma or GED is also required.

An Air Crew Member can get an average wage that can range from $32,000 - $48,000 based on experience and education levels. Air Crew Members can receive an average pay level of Forty Four Thousand Six Hundred dollars on an annual basis.

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