Non-Aviator Incentive Pay
Source: Various (listed below)
Let me first start off, I was extremely board sitting at Andrews AFB when I
found the following information out. Although it only applies to handful
of people in the entire DoD it is a good to piece of information to tuck away in
your grey matter.
When it comes to aviation , each service has special "requirements" to
get pay and/or wings. Regardless, if you fly
Defense (DOD) Pay Regulation, Volume 7A (Active Duty & Reserve Pay), Chapter 22
highlights both Hazardous Duty Incentive Pay (HDIP) for Flying Duty and Aviation
Career Incentive Pay (ACIP) for Rated or Designated Officers, Aviation Cadets
And Warrant Officers.
For those of you that are not Career Aviators, the HDIP discuss a $150 a
month pay if you fly at least 4 hours a month.
The Air Force as well has special "requirements" to receive the incentive
AFI 11-402, Aviation And Parachutist Service, Aeronautical Ratings And Badges
chapter 8, Aviation Service Of Operational Support Fliers discuss what the rules
of a Operations Support flier.