Post Profile






Air Force Seeks to Change How Drone Pilots Train, Fly

The Air Force doesn't just want to modernize its fleet of drones, it wants to update the infrastructure for airmen to fly them.
read more

share
See more about: Air Force

Related Posts


Could Langley Add Jobs as Air Force Looks to Add Drone Pilots?

Military / US Military : Air Force News

Langley Air Force Base could add more jobs as the Air Force looks to double the number of pilots flying drones.

Air Force Looks to Double Number of Drone Pilots

Military / US Military : Air Force News

The Air Force wants to double the number of units flying drones and recruit more pilots to decrease the burden on current crews.

Drone Piloting Now Open to Enlisted Airmen from All Career Fields

Military / US Military : Air Force News

Enlisted airmen from all career fields may now apply to fly the RQ-4 Global Hawk, the Air Force said Monday.

Air Force Offers $125K Critical Skills Bonus to Drone Pilots

Military / US Military : Air Force News

The U.S. Air Force will offer a critical skills retention bonus to airmen who fly remotely piloted aircraft such as the Predator drones.

Air Force to Allow Enlisted Airmen to Fly Global Hawk Drones

Military / US Military : Air Force News

Not even a week after Air Combat Command recommended the Air Force develop a career path for enlisted drone pilots, Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James said they'll be allowed to do so.

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC