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Old 09-06-2008, 05:57 AM   #5  
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http://www.faa.gov/about/office_org/...ech/item52/et/

I just checked the FAA web site and this link claims the page was updated on Sept 5th 2008 and still lists the Farnsworth as an acceptable test. It also lists what plates are required to pass the Ish test depending on the version the Doc uses. I also found this link with the full 38 plates. I would imagine there are different vesions but it is good practice. Better if you can speak French. http://daltonien.free.fr/daltonien/a...3?id_article=6
I also thought an LOE wasn't required for a FALANT. My last med was done with a FALANT and nothing needed to be passed on to the FAA. The Doc said it was a perfectly acceptable test. I just hope this is still the case for those of us who use it. Hopefully your issue is just an administrative error that some one misinterpreted.

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