Air Force Reconsidering Career Paths For Airmen In Wake Of Sequester

By Courtney Albon / July 26, 2013 at 2:38 PM
One effect of the Air Force's decision to ground aircraft and reduce flying hours is that its airmen are not developing the skill sets and experience they need to advance at as high a rate as they did in the past. This change in the pace of growth is causing the service to rethink its traditional processes for promoting airmen, according to a service official. Lt. Gen. Burton Field, deputy chief of staff for operations, plans and requirements, said during...

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