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Drone pilots face exhaustion, Air Force responds
Monday - 12/19/2011, 8:27am EST
USA Today reports that the airmen in charge of the Predators, Reapers and Global Hawks are complaining of increasing workloads, shift changes and mind-numbing monotony.
An Air Force psychologist who conducted a six-month study of drone operators says there's just not enough people. The Air Force is aware. In November it started to increase staff for the drone programs.
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