U.S. Drone Fleet at ‘Breaking Point,’ Air Force Says

January 05, 2015 0 Comments

Too many missions and not enough pilots are threatening the ‘readiness and combat capability’ U.S. unmanned Air Force, according to an internal memo.

The thing is that this is nothing new, and the efforts or lack of, have not dealt with the citation. I looked at records as far back as December 12, 2008 when the New York Times reported "Drone Pilot Burnout".

To be clear, an Air Force Drone Pilot is NOT the same as a civilian drone pilot. Have questions? contact us? support@UrbanDrones.com

 

 




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