The Hollow U.S. Fighter Force: Only A Fraction Can Fly

Credit: U.S. Navy
The U.S. military relies on its strike aircraft for missions across the world, from fighting terrorists in the Middle East to deterring Russian aggression in Europe. But today those fighters are exhausted from decades of combat, and the military does not have enough money to keep up with critical...

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