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FAR 61.39(a)(5) Completion of Prerequisites for PT
2010-03-18

FAR 61.39(a)(5) Completion of Prerequisites for PT I have given (name), flight instruction in preparation for a (type test) within the preceding 60 days and find him competent to pass the test and to have satisfactory knowledge of the subject areas in which the applicant was shown to be deficient by his airman written test.
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