pay for or's

Discussion in 'Int Corps' started by jakeblues68, Feb 24, 2005.

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  1. hi,
    can anyone tell me the pay bands for int corp other ranks? higher/lower bands?

    i have asked at our local "cell" but just get an answer of pay ranges per year
     
  2. Unless the AFPRB has made some changes, the pay scales are dependent on whether or not you go for the (L) option, although generally the Int Corps attracts the higher range.
     
  3. many thanks
     
  4. Higher Band all OR except SSgt which is Lower Band.
     
  5. I thought that was just for OPMI's, don't SSgt (L)'s get the higher range?
     
  6. guys, guys.....i know we must consider opsec but you have lost me with some of the abbreviations already.
    is that the first test :)

    mail or pm me if you prefer

    cheers.
     
  7. To my knowledge it is no great mystery. Although I could only find one reference to OPMI on the Intelligence Corps pages of the British Army website.

    Operator Military Intelligence - OPMI

    Operator Military Intelligence (Linguist) - OPMI (L)

    Then again, it could be such a big secret that nobody is allowed to know that it is a secret.

    I'm sure that someone will feel the need to voice opinion on the pros and cons of either title. I was about to say either trade, but all Int Corps soldiers know that there is only one trade within the Int Corps. :lol:
     
  8. Yes and we all think it's a great idea, don't we? Padlock rattlers, chinagraph mechanics, steely-eyed dealers of death, darksiders (with tongues) and darksiders (good at sums), all one big, happy family.

    See my username.
     
  9. Aye, bstards, the lot of 'em. Still, most of them can tongue a padlock open, and BS their way to the right end of the big arrow they draw with their chinagraphs. Life doesn't crunch to a grisly end when you park up the SPV for the last time, and hand in your 9mm liaison grin. It starts, (Sounds like an advert for viagra or something, I know. Apologies)
     
  10. All leave now and get jobs in the sunshine at three times the rate (if your a full screw) and a third of the work! It is simple stuff the AFPRB up the hoop
     
  11. PTE LCPL CPL SGT SSGT WO2 WO1
    LIST 17 - INT CORP

    000883 PILOT HEL H H H H H
    000999 SOLDIER L L L L L L L
    001805 SLDR-TRND
    002675 LSL DUTIES L L L L L L L
    002836 WO1(RSM)MINOR L
    004111 SD H H H H H H H
    004171 OP MI L H H H L H H
    004172 OP MI(L) L H H H H H H
    004450 SDPC H H H H H H H
     
  12. LIST 17 - INT CORP
    PTE LCPL CPL SGT SSGT WO2 WO1
    PILOT HEL H H H H H
    SOLDIER L L L L L L L
    SLDR-TRND
    LSL DUTIES L L L L L L L
    WO1(RSM)MINOR L
    SD H H H H H H H
    OP MI L H H H L H H
    OP MI(L) L H H H H H H
    SDPC H H H H H H H
     
  13. So much for Excel, eh?
     
  14. Hi,
    Dredging up an old thread here. Is it true that after their training Int Corps soldiers quickly get their L/Cpl? IS this after phase 2 or some further training? In which case what sort of grade are they paid at?
    Also, how long is phase 1 and 2 for an Int Corps soldier?
    Sorry if this has been answered elsewhere!
     
  15. yes.
    after phase 2 training.
    higher band LCpl.
    several months.