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    Here Are the Air Force Jobs Losing Special Duty Assignment Pay

    Here Are the Air Force Jobs Losing Special Duty Assignment Pay

    Department of the officials have revealed which jobs are no longer eligible for a bonus meant to incentivize airmen to take on the most difficult roles in the service, after .com reported on the service's lack of transparency in not releasing the information to the public.

    Last week, Military.com reported that the Air Force had repeatedly declined to list which jobs would no longer qualify for Special Duty Assignment Pay. The only way to view the revised list of jobs that qualify was to have a login for the Air Force's myForce Support Squadron, or myFSS, a web portal accessible only to service members — meaning it was hidden from spouses, the media and government watchdogs.

    On Tuesday, four days after Military.com's article, the Air Force revealed which jobs no longer qualify for Special Duty Assignment Pay.

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    Last month, the Department of the Air Force announced that a newly formed board reviewed the special pay program and reduced the number of jobs that qualify for the bonus from 103 to 70 for fiscal year 2024.

    Of the 70 jobs that were approved to receive Special Duty Assignment Pay, “four were initial requests that were certified for the first time, 48 were recertified at their current rate, 11 increased rate and seven decreased rate to maintain parity with specialties of similar duties, responsibilities and training,”…

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