Dave Majumdar

defense reporter for the Daily Beast

Dave Majumdar has been covering defense since 2004. He has written for Flight International, Defense News and C4ISR Journal. Majumdar studied Strategic Studies at the University of Calgary and is a student of naval history.

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According to an internal memo, the Air Force doesn’t have enough pilots to fly its drones, and the drone program is stretched nearly to its breaking point.

Is the U.S. Drone Fleet at a Breaking Point?

According to an internal memo, the Air Force doesn’t have enough pilots to fly its drones, and the drone program is stretched nearly to its breaking point.

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