Overpaid army helicopter pilots quit in wage row

Overpaid army helicopter pilots quit in wage row

A number of the British Army’s most experienced pilots have quit their posts over claims they have been overpaid.

The Army is now demanding that the former soldiers repay the discrepancies, leading to an all-out row and some pilots choosing to leave their positions. 

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