Salary for Radar and Sonar Technicians

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These workers operate equipment using sound wave or radio technology. They use this to track, analyze and identify objects of military interest or natural phenomena. They may also perform maintenance tasks such as cleaning their equipment. To become a radar or sonar technician, one must first join the military. A high school diploma or GED is also required.

A Radar or Sonar Technician can earn average salaries somewhere between $32,000 and $48,000 based on seniority. Radar and Sonar Technicians get an average salary of Forty Four Thousand Six Hundred dollars on a yearly basis.

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