Air Marshal Career, Air Marshals Schools, Training, Education, Jobs, and Education

How to Become Air Marshal
The events of 9/11 have changed a lot of things in the world we live in. One of the careers that took a front role seat after this event is the air marshal career. These marshals are plain cloth law enforcement officers that board commercial airlines to prevent them from being hijacked.

So, the next time you travel, just remember the unknown passenger sitting next to you may be an air marshal. There responsibility is to make sure they blend in with regular passengers without being noticed.

The next videos give you a glimpse into this career. If you are interested in this career, you should seriously watch these videos.

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Air Marshal Salary:
Since this is a federal government, it’s on the federal pay scale. According to research we did on Indeed.com a typical entry level marshal will make from $35,100 to $54,300 per year. Those on the high scale make from $52,200 to 84,739.

Air Marshal School:
As a federal law enforcement agency, it requires a college degree to get employed. To meet the college degree requirement, we urge again to get a degree in either law enforcement or criminal justice.

We know of a good school with criminal justice program. You can attend it online or on campus. The school is Kaplan University. Request their free information by following this link.

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