According to a manning report, the elite 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (160th SOAR), also known as Night Stalkers, is facing significant manning shortages.

The report, first obtained by the Army Times, concerns the final quarter of Fiscal Year 2019. It reveals the following numbers of pilot shortages:

With regard to the MH-60 Black Hawk category, the 160th SOAR’s Chief Warrant Officer 3 and Chief Warrant Officer 4 slots were manned at 43 percent and 83 percent respectively. The MH-60 is the Special Operations variant of the famous UH-60 Black Hawk, which is used by the conventional aviation units of the Army.

The A/MH-6 Little Bird fleet is faring better, with manning at 73 percent and 62 percent in the CW3 and CW4 positions respectively.