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Lt. Colonel Pay - Air Force What is the approximate retirement pay for a Lt. Col. with 30 years of service retiring in 2007?

Lt. Colonel Pay - Air Force  What is the approximate retirement pay for a Lt. Col. with 30 years of service retiring in 2007?

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About $12,000 per month

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