Receiving Aviation Pay?
Does a pilot still receive Aviation Continuation Pay when they're sent to millitary college or a regular college?
- TrygLv 69 years agoFavorite Answer
Yes. ACP is the "bonus" for continuing on active duty beyond your service obligation, so you must sign on the line to commit for the required years of additional service, maintain your flight status and have a current flight physical. Aviation Career Incentive Pay ("flight pay") continues as well as long as you have made your gates (the required number of months of aviation duty for the number of of years of aviation service you are at), maintain your flight status and have a current flight physical. Flight pay peaks at 14 years of aviation service and goes down after 22 unless you're a warrant officer. Altogether the two pays can be as much as $35,200/year.Source(s): Retired Naval Aviator http://www.militaryconnection.com/2009-pay-charts/...
- Army pilotLv 69 years ago
You can receive it as long as you maintain a current flight physical.