The Air Force wants to fight its severe pilot shortage with a special career path for fliers

US Air Force F-35 pilot cockpit(US Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Jensen Stidham)

The head of Air Mobility Command says he keeps asking himself what he got the US Air Force into after working with the service to launch the Aviator Technical Track program.

But Gen. Carlton Everhart is betting that the experimental program will have more benefits than costs at a time when the service is dealing with a troubling pilot shortage.

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