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Joint strike fighter delays, unplanned-for service-life extensions and other headaches have cut the time pilots spend in the cockpit and reduced their desire to stay in uniform, according to an Inspector General report.
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More money and more personnel but also new challenges from rising rivals in the Western Pacific, Europe and the Persian Gulf. More changes to your leadership at the Pentagon. And more innovations that promise to transform the ways your Navy recruits, trains and retains its sailors.
Announced in August and officially established Oct. 1 as Fleet Logistics Multi-Mission Squadron - 30, it’s slated to fly the CMV-22B Osprey from the decks of the Navy’s flattops, part of an ongoing phaseout of the venerable but aging workhorse of carrier onboard delivery chores, the C-2A Greyhound.
By Mark D. Faram