United States and allies discuss possible training for Ukrainian air force
The United States and allies are starting to examine possible training for Ukrainian pilots as part of a long-term effort to potentially help Kyiv build a future Ukrainian air force, Air Force Chief of Staff General Charles “CQ” Brown told Reuters.
Brown, speaking as he flew to Aspen, Colorado, for a security forum, acknowledged that discussions within the U.S. military and its allies were underway.
“You want to build a long-term plan on how do you build their air force and the air force that they’re going to need for the future,” said Brown, a pilot himself, without confirming any decisions on the way forward.
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