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FAR 61.35(a)(f) and 61 105(a) Aeronautical knowledge
2010-03-18

FAR 61.35(a)(f) and 61 105(a) Aeronautical knowledge I certify that I have given (name) the ground instruction required by FAR 61.105(a)(1) through (6). The new version lists thirteen items of required proficiency.
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