Military Pilot, Non-Jet Salary
A Military Pilot, Non-Jet earns an average salary of $87,828 per year.
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A non-jet military pilot conducts flight operations for aircraft other than jets within the military. Their duties generally include transporting troops and/or equipment to destinations as directed by their superior officers. Non-jet military pilots must ensure that the total weight carried is below maximum capacity, as well as work with other military members to ensure the plane is in appropriate condition to fly. A non-jet military pilot must ensure that flights are as safe as possible by paying close attention to elements such as weather, available fuel, flight path and other concerns. The pilot must keep abreast of all in-flight situations, signals, personnel and flight data during the entirety of the flight, making adjustments as necessary.Read More...
To become a non-jet military pilot, requirements may include a bachelor's degree and meeting the necessary qualifications to be an officer in the service branch. After attending training to be a military officer, they must pass initial screenings to be a pilot, complete flight training and obtain an assignment for non-jet aircraft. Regular training and the continued ability to meet physical requirements (such as those related to eyesight) are required for this position; additionally, pilots must continue to meet any general requirements for continued military service, such as passing physical fitness tests and meeting disciplinary requirements.
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