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The US Air Force offers a retirement plan in which airmen can retire and receive benefits after 20 years of service.
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You get 50% of paycheck for 20 years of work
Was good when I retired. haha
doing 20 years wasn't something i was interested in, although it is a great plan
Work 20 years active duty, retirement for the rest of your life
401k type plan with Matching up to 5% of pay and employee contribution of up to 15% of pay in either a Roth or pretax plan. plus a pension of up to 1/3 of pay, plus still included in social security
For those who have the 20 year pension option...fantastic! If you have the new 401k style it is still an awesome incentive that patches the corporate sector
having access to all the same opportunities that had while you were active duty
Retire as early as age 37 (if you join at 17)
50% of your salary is paid as a pension if you serve 20 years of honorable service.
Well...at least it exists. Most companies don't do this anymore. The amount is not amazing, but again, at least it exists.