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Today in the airlines, just being a woman will get you a job.
Don’t mean to sound sexist, just telling it like it is.
Never understood why folks drag it in when landing a long runway.
Well, part 121 requires us to have an axe in the cockpit.
Hey, if you’re serious, I welcome that extra layer of security! :D
My point is there are only two possibilities why it has not happened again.
1) Security procedures
2) The terrorists are being nice guys
So it sounds like you’re saying the terrorists just decided to be good guys.
It’s truly one or the other. Either security has an effect, or the...
1) You included TSA
2) It’s impossible to know if the others had a deterrent effect.
Again, it certainly wasn’t because Al Quida and ISIS chose...
In that case perhaps not to arouse suspicion?
Don’t really know.
Was your blade legal? If not, there is always the chance of getting caught. Box cutters were legal, so no chance of not getting them on board....
Well it’s certainly not due to good will on the part of the terror organizations.
How do you know that?
By having an extreme terrorist able to inflict harm on the POTUS..??
Yes, that would be even worse damage.
Totally agree. I did not word it as precisely or eloquently as you, but that was my point. There was once a window where violations were expunged...
The big picture…. Many new pilots think the CP grade certificate is the entrance to a pilot job. True for a CFI, pipleline, jump pilot…
But if you...
That’s just not correct pertaining to FAA records some years back.
Today that is true.
I am familiar with the operation. Commonality is what kept them same. Procedurally I always questioned, albeit from afar.
I believe you. My point is, since that’s the case, there really is no such thing as expungement.
If you do a FOIA on yourself, and it comes back clean….
Truly, I m not a lawyer, but I thought the whole point of expungement was to get a fresh...
what does that mean?