The U.S. Air Force has a big problem in fulfilling its primary mission in that it is “hemorrhaging” pilots faster than it can obtain and train new ones, according to a House defense leader.  House Armed Services Committee chairman and U.S. Rep. Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, said the shortage of Air Force pilots could exceed 1,900 based […]
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