Friday, 26 April 2019

Nigerian Air Force Salary Structure,How Much A Soldier In The Nigerian Air Force Is Paid

Nigerian Air Force Salary Structure.,How Much A Soldier In The Nigerian Air Force Is Paid. Nigerian Air Force Salary Structure is what am about to discuss right now but first, you need to understand that there are different ranks in the Nigerian Air Force too So there is salary difference attached to each rank.

The commissioned officers in the Air Force are paid higher than the Non Commissioned Commissioned Officers. The commissioned officers can be the ones that passed out from the Nigerian Defence Academy or Direct Short Service which are trained by the Air Force Alone. The non commissioned officers are referred to As Recruits which trains not more than 6 Months in Training. The Commissioned officers spend 5 Years in the Nigerian Defence Academy before Passing out as a Military Officer.

Below is their Salary Structure.   

Non-commissioned officers:

Trainee earns N10,237 monthly

Aircraftman woman is paid N53,892 monthly

Lance Corporal is paid N55,832 monthly

Corporal collects N58,634 monthly

Sergeant collects N69,261 monthly

Flight Sergeant earns N87,119 monthly

Warrant Officer is paid N101,974 monthly

Master Warrant Officer collects N165,697

Cadet (Trainee) is paid N44,564 monthly

Air Warrant Officer salary is N171,793 monthly

Commissioned Officers: 

Pilot Officer salary is N187,159 monthly

Flying Officer salary is N218,400 monthly

Flight Lieutenant earns N232,484 as monthly salary

Squadron Leader is paid N248,004 monthly

Wing Comdr earns N342,586 monthly salary

Group Captain earns N352,631 monthly

Air Commodore collects N677,895 as monthly salary

Air Vice-Marshal is paid N1,376,343 as monthly salary

Air Marshal is paid N1,486,451 as monthly salary

Air Chief Marshal earns N1,724,283 monthly


  1. I want to become airforce but my waec English has been canceled since 2014.can i see opportunities to join?

  2. I admirers our military people because they always stay awake for us to sleep their sacrifice can never be over emphasized