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Important New NPRM - Just Out

UndauntedFlyer

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Notice of proposed rule making (NPRM)

Part 69, Section 007 (a)1(c)

Section 1. No pilot or pilots, or person or persons acting on or at the direction, suggestion or supervision or a pilot or pilots may try, or attempt to try, to comprehend or understand any or all, in whole or in part, the herein before the mentioned Aviation Regulations, except as authorized by the Administrator or an agent appointed by, or inspected by, of designated by the Administrator.

Section 2. If a pilot, or group of associated pilots, become(s) aware of, or realize(s), or detect(s), or discover(s) that he or she, or they, are or may be beginning to understand the herein before mentioned Aviation Regulations, then he, she, or they must immediately, within day (3) days notify, in writing, the Administrator or an agent appointed by, or inspected by, or designated by the Administrator and shall advise said Administrator or an agent appointed by, or inspected by, or designated by the Administrator which Aviation Regulation or Regulations or part of said Aviation Regulation or Regulations are, have been, or may be in danger of being understood.

Section 3. Upon receipt of the above-mentioned notice of impending or potential comprehension of Aviation Regulations of part or parts thereof, the Administrator or an agent appointed by, or inspected by, or designated by the Administrator shall immediately rewrite, revise, amend, or reconstitute the Aviation Regulation, in whole or in part, in such a manner as to eliminate any further comprehension hazards(s).

Section 4. The Administrator or an agent appointed by, or inspected by, or designated by the Administrator may, at his or her or their discretion, require the offending pilot or pilots to attend a remedial instruction in Aviation Regulations until such time that the pilot or pilots is/are too confused to be capable of understanding anything at all.
 

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I think I nearly smiled when I first read that.

About fifteen years ago.
 
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