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Air Force: Actions Needed to Strengthen Management of Unmanned Aerial System Pilots
Brenda S. Farrell (au)
Since 2008, the Air Force has more than tripled the number of its active-duty pilots flying remotely piloted aircraft (RPAs), which is the term the Air Force uses to refer to unmanned aerial systems such as the MQ-1 Predator. Due to increases in demand, RPA pilots have had a significant increase in workload since 2007. This report reviewed the Air Force's approach to managing its RPA pilots as well as their quality of life and promotion rates. It evaluated the extent to which the Air Force (1) has used a strategic human-capital approach to manage RPA pilots; (2) has addressed concerns, if any, about the working conditions of RPA pilots that may affect their quality of life; and (3) analyzes the promotion rates of RPA pilots. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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