Salary for Command and Control Center Officers

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Also known as:  Aadc Plans Staff Officer, Advisor To Command In Combat, Air Battle Manager, Air Control/Anti-Air Warfare Officer, Air Defense Control Officer, Air Intercept Controller Supervisor, Air Liaison And Special Staff, Air Support Control Officer, Anti-Air Warfare Operations Officer, Antisubmarine Classification And Analysis Officer, Aviation helps find better paying jobs across all specialties and locations. Sign up in our career community today!

This is a supervisory position. Command and control center officers manage the daily operations of detection, communication and weapons equipment essential for controlling and communicating with both naval and ground operations. Since this is a supervisory position much experience and training is required before official work can begin. To become a command and control center officer, one must join the armed forces. A high school diploma or GED is also required.

A Command or Control Center Officer usually gets a pay level of somewhere between $0 and $0 based on tenure and industry expertise. Command and Control Center Officers will normally get a salary of zero dollars per year.

Command and Control Center Officers are compensated most highly in , where they get job pay of about $0. Employees in this career have the most lucrative average salary level in , where they can earn job pay of $0.

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