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Pilot Privileges & Limitations
 

Jim Sweeney, USUA and NAPPF Board Member
With Jim Sweeney talks about the responsibilities of the Pilot in Command of an aircraft. Just what is the pilot in command and what does that mean to the FAA? Jim talks about that and more. SweeneyCorp, USUA, NAPPF (10/10/06)
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Jim Sweeney, NAPPF President and USUA Board Member
There are many avenues available for someone wishing to get into the sky. There are Ultralights, Ultralight Training Exemptions, Recreational Pilot Licenses, Pilot Licenses, and someday perhaps Sport Pilot. Jim compares the Limitations and Privileges of the programs. For more, click here. (Part 1) (1/6/04)

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Jim Sweeney, NAPPF President and USUA Board Member
There are many avenues available for someone wishing to get into the sky. There are Ultralights, Ultralight Training Exemptions, Recreational Pilot Licenses, Pilot Licenses, and someday perhaps Sport Pilot. Jim compares the Limitations and Privileges of the programs. For more, click here. (Part 2) (1/6/04)

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