Kenyan airforce is one of the best in Africa. Kenya Air Force ranks are divided into two major divisions, that is, the Officers And Airmen Officers depending on the roles played.
The officers: they are the managers, problem solvers, essential influencers, and administrators who direct Airmen Officers in all situations. They are responsible for guiding and training airmen.
KENYA AIR FORCE RANKS FOR OFFICERS
The table below displays in descending order of significance the Kenya Air Force officer ranks:
|2.||Air Vice Marshall|
KENYA AIR FORCE RANKS FOR AIRMEN OFFICERS
The table below explains in descending order of magnitude the KAF airman ranks:
|1.||Warrant Officer Class I|
|2.||Warrant Officer Class II|
|6||Leading Aircraftman I|
|7.||Leading Aircraftman II|
Salary of Kenya Air Forces
Kenya Air forces are one of the three major armed forces of Kenya defense forces (KDF).
The salaries for the KDF are evaluated every four years by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission of Kenya. According to the proposed 2017 payroll structure, the Chief of Defence Forces is entitled to a basic salary of Kshs 840,000 with Kshs 336,000 allowances, all adding to Kshs 1,120,000. Vice Chief of the Defence Forces receives a basic salary of Kshs 695,625 with Kshs 278,250 allowances, all adding to Ksh 927,500.
Commander of the Kenya Airforce gets a cumulative salary of Kshs 906,014 while the Commander of Kenya Navy earns Kshs 902,432. Colonels receive a monthly pay of KSh153,317, Lieutenant colonels KShs 130,735, Majors KShs 102,106, and Captains KSh 73,182. A Corporal earns KSh 32,250; Lance Corporals take home KSh 26,509, and Privates KShs 19,941.