Air Force Might "Have to Stop Flying" for Six Weeks

Air Force Might "Have to Stop Flying" for Six Weeks
U.S. Air Force

Air Force budgets don't have the money to pay for any U.S. pilots to fly in the last six weeks of the fiscal year, a top general warned Congress.

"So, the last month and a half, the entire Air Force would have to stop flying," Lt. Gen. Jerry Harris told a Senate Armed Services subcommittee on Wednesday. "But because we can't do that, it would start affecting units almost immediately, forcing their grounding, and that turns around our readiness program."

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