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167 employee salaries (for 115 job titles) Back to all US Army salaries

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Updated Jun 4, 2014
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Truck Driver - Monthly Contractor

2 US Army Salaries

$3,749/mo
$1,928
$5,570

Section Manager - Contractor

2 US Army Salaries

$54,842
$52k
$58k

O3 - Army - Captain - Monthly Contractor

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$5,245
$5,656

O3 - Army - Captain - Contractor

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$79k
$86k

E6 - Army - Staff Sergeant - Monthly Contractor

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$3,095
$3,308

Soldier - Contractor

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$38k
$41k

US Army E5 - Contractor

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$29k
$31k

IT Specialist - Monthly Contractor

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$2,291
$2,493

All-Source Intelligence Analyst - Monthly Contractor

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$2,517
$2,720

Intelligence Analyst - Contractor

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$62k
$68k

Human Resources Specialist - Hourly Contractor

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$10
$10

Human Resources Specialist - Contractor

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$24k
$26k

Information Technology Specialist - Contractor

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$25k
$27k

Combat Medic - Monthly Contractor

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$1,745
$1,855

Military Police - Monthly Contractor

1 US Army Salary

n/a
$2,880
$3,144

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