A1C Hunter Snowman guards the outer perimeter of a Minuteman III ICBM launch facility during a training exercise in North Dakota, July 11, 2014. Air Force photo by SrA. Brittany Y. Bateman
release. “The airmen selected for this incentive are critical members of our Air Force’s number one mission,” said Col. Zannis Pappas, nuclear and missile operations career field manager on the Air Staff. Eligible for the extra pay are command post airmen, nuclear aircraft maintainers, security forces, missile maintainers, aircraft armament systems technicians, nuclear weapons and support personnel for ICBM complexes, among others. It will take several months before these airmen will see the bump in their pay, but the Air Force will retroactively compensate them back to the Oct. 1 start date, states the release. Air Force Secretary Deborah James
unveiled this initiative in September.
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An F-35A Lightning II assigned to Hill AFB, Utah,
conducts a training flight with F-16 Fighting Falcons assigned to Kunsan
AB, Republic of Korea, over the city of Gunsan, on Dec. 1, 2017,
in preparation for Vigilant Ace 18.
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