How long does it take to become a chief master sergeant in the Air Force?
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Then, how do you become a chief master sergeant in the Air Force?
Only 2% of the Air Force holds the rank of E-8. To be eligible for promotion consideration, the member must meet the following TIS/TIG requirements: Senior Master Sergeant (E-8) - 11 years TIS and 20 months TIG. Chief Master Sergeant (E-9) - 14 years TIS and 21 months TIG.
Also, how hard is it to rank up in the air force? Air Force enlisted require higher math and problem solving skills but, it is also harder to make rank. After E-4 you must test to move to E-5 and if you are in a high-tech job the includes electronics, avionics, programming, linguisics the tests can be like taking mini SAT's every year or so.
Secondly, how much does a chief master sergeant in the Air Force make?
Starting pay for a Chief Master Sergeant is $5,308.20 per month, with raises for experience resulting in a maximum base pay of $8,241.90 per month. You can use the simple calculator below to see basic and drill pay for a Chief Master Sergeant, or visit our Air Force pay calculator for a more detailed salary estimate.
Who was the youngest chief master sergeant in the US Air Force?
Bobby Luther Blackwell, 84, youngest US Air Force chief master sergeant, 1966.