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So the FAA can ask for information about the DUI even if he is on Basic Med. What's the effect of that?
In seven months (assuming he's over 40) he won't have a medical to revoke. Think this could drag on that long?
Except reporters who work for real papers.
OK, fine. But even your references acknowledge AP style guide as an exception. So if your 5th-grade teacher taught you the exception was the rule,...
Strunk & White's Elements of Style probably covers it for most casual writers.
In American English yes. In British English, it's the opposite.
Negative. And anytime a style argument depends on the AP style guide, you've lost.
There's no need to declare anything. If it occurred as stated in the video, it was an emergency. What is the possible benefit of keeping that...
Who is "we"?
You're not making YouTube videos.
As presented, this was an emergency. And it can only help if the guy on the ground knows that the pilot is having an emergency. If the pilot can't...
If you were concerned about stuff falling out, why didn't you inform ATC and land immediately?
Isn't that why he wants ducting?
The air going through the prop has to come from somewhere, right?
Have you looked at the medxpress form, read the instructions carefully, and considered which parts of your story do and do not need to be disclosed?
My understanding is this is how many large company employee plans are handled now.
My money is on shiny balloon.
Some smart people will tell you that anyone who can afford to self insure, should. My problem with that advice for anyone who isn't f-you wealthy...