Spike In U.S. Military Accidents Linked To Poor Maintenance Planning

Credit: Thunderbirds: USAF
ORLANDO, Florida—A decline in long-term maintenance planning is a major contributor to an alarming spike in military aviation accidents in the last few years, a former top Pentagon official says. The comments come as all three of the U.S. armed services report a drastic increase in noncombat-related...

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