Washington Post - The head of the Air Force today warned that the spending cuts that will go into effect March 1 could cause the military to eliminate those lovely miljet flights that lawmakers enjoy.Members of Congress adore flying on Air Force jets, particularly for overseas trips — there are no security lines, check-in is a breeze, the service couldn’t be better, and it’s business class-only.
But if the government-wide cuts aren’t thwarted and the military has
to pinch pennies, lawmakers might have to kiss those perks goodbye, Air
Force Secretary Michael Donley told the crowd at the Air Force
Association’s winter conference in Orlando, Fla., we’re told.