Salary for Special Forces

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Special forces are part of elite military teams on often unconventional missions. These can include air, land or sea missions during both peace and wartimes. Since this is a special position much experience and training is required before official work can begin. To become a special forces member, one must join the armed forces. A high school diploma or GED is also required.

A member of the Special Forces can receive average salaries on a scale from $32,000 and $48,000 based on experience.

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