January 29 2016
The U.S. Army may use more mixed units of active-duty and reserve soldiers in order to boost capabilities as the force shrinks, reports Defense News.
A pilot program has been implemented within the service's fixed-wing aviation branch.
The Army began implementing the plan in October, attaching a small group of active and Reserve pilots to fixed-wing aerial exploitation battalions at Fort Bliss, Texas, and Hunter Army Airfield, Ga.
"We over the past 14 years have had a...
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