Air Force facing shortage of research...

Air Force facing shortage of researchers due to retirements

There are 2 comments on the Stars and Stripes story from May 21, 2014, titled Air Force facing shortage of researchers due to retirements. In it, Stars and Stripes reports that:

Aerospace engineer Benjamin Hagen looks inside of the Air Force Research Laboratory's trisonic wind tunnel where he is studying the fluid dynamics of transonic air flow in Dayton, Ohio.

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Defense Nut

Troy, OH

#1 May 21, 2014
To fund all of these noble government-genius jobs, we are going to have to find some new but prosperous productive tax makers and payers to rob!
The Old Cold Warrior

Englewood, OH

#2 May 25, 2014
Okay, I might be interested in enjoyable employment at the base; it being neat not having to work too hard with too much stress or otherwise compete. Besides the pay and prestige and benefits and pension with perks, it also has to be clean, easy enjoyable work...meaning me not putting up with DMAX jerks.

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