Air Force pilots: Flight time is more important than money

11/18/2013 | Air Force Times (free registration)

In an effort to retain its fighter pilots, the Air Force recently announced $225,000 bonuses for pilots willing to make a nine-year commitment. However, federal budget cuts have led to reduced flying hours and pilots are passing up the money for more time in the air. "If you're not flying your F-22 because it's grounded, you might as well go fly something else," said acting Secretary of the Air Force Eric Fanning.

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