CSAF approves test to help keep pilots for 20 years

December 1998
Airman;Dec98, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p16
Describes the Phoenix Aviator 20 program of the United States Air Force which aims to help pilot retirees transfer to commercial airlines. Eligibility rules; Total benefits; Flying assignment for retirees during the last two years of their careers.


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