The Trump administration is giving the Air Force the option to return through voluntary programs as many as 1,000 retired pilots to active-duty service. Through a recently signed executive order, the measure gives the service more leverage as it attempts to combat the growing pilot shortage in its ranks. The Air Force says that returning to active duty is strictly voluntary, and the service does not intend to implement a stop-loss measure. For the latest update on this story, see this Military.com article.
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