Naval Aviation Suffers Pilot Attrition To Airlines

Naval aviator Lt. Cmdr. Anthony “Pampers” Kochanski, an 11-year U.S. Navy veteran and married father of twins, is leaving a promising career in the military to fly for a large U.S. airfreight carrier. He is emblematic of military pilots who are lured away by the airlines because of pay and benefits...

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