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How often do raises occur at U.S. Air Force?


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Maybe yearly

Answered - Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) (Former Employee) - Dover, DE

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When you study hard enough during your promotion cycle!!

Answered - Chief, Ground Communications (Former Employee) - worldwide

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Accordingly. It is based on a pay structure

Answered - AIR FORCE RECRUITER (Former Employee) - Utica, NY

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Annually usually at the cost of living rate.

Answered - Chief, Logistics Programs Branch (Current Employee) - Washington, DC

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When you get promoted is when you get a pay increase.

Answered - Knowledge Operations, SharePoint Program Manager (Current Employee) - Camp Springs, MD

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In most cases, annually. As you get promoted, your salary increases.

Answered - Recruiter (Current Employee) - Greenville, SC

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You have to get promotions in rank to get pay raises which occur at set time intervals

Answered - Avionics Defensive Armament System Technician (Former Employee) - Mather, CA

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With every promotion and usually every two even years of service.

Answered - Air Traffic Controller (Current Employee) - Little Rock, AR

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Depending on rank only.

Answered - Maintenance Controller (Former Employee) - Ohio

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Raises occur annually or upon promotion.

Answered - NCO (Former Employee) - WPAFB

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