How Buying Light Attack Fleet Would Help USAF’s Pilot Shortage
LANGLEY AFB, Virginia—The U.S. Air Force is currently weighing buying a new light attack aircraft to fight terrorists in the Middle East, an investment the service believes would provide a more cost-effective way to do the critical job of protecting soldiers on the ground. Less obvious is the way...
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