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Old 11-10-2017, 07:14 PM   #61
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Describe "little"?
Describe "we"?
Sure. I used “little” in a relative sense, meaning “far less than the 15,000 you cited. For more exact information, contact an AME.
By “we” I meant HIMS committee members.

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Tom, the fact of the matter is, you are a 767A (WTF is a 767A?) retired pilot who has been on this forum for more than a decade.

Do you even know consequences of the 2008 18v revision?
Yes, 18v was revised to include reference to arrests, which made no difference in our HIMS work. We did not set FAA medical standards, but only helped pilots meet them in order to save their jobs.

If a pilot feels that the FAA has wrongly denied them a medical certificate, there are several levels of appeal:

https://www.faa.gov/licenses_certifi...aq/response14/
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Old 11-10-2017, 11:16 PM   #63
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Who in the world left the door open?
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Hi,

working on parts of a research paper. The subject of my paper is diplomatic immunity as this relates to mental health.

I am hoping the forum can answer a question of mine. What criteria does the FAA use to select senior AME? Also, what constitutes HIMS qualification of an AME? What are the criteria?

How does the FAA select its chief psychiatrist? What criteria are used?

I am in the beginning stages of gathering research for my thesis. Here is a source I am considering for review. Its from the Royal College of Psychiatrists:

http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc...=rep1&type=pdf

Thanks for any feedback.

Also, how do airline unions select HIMS chair men and women? What are the educational requirements for this union assignment? Does ALPA participate in this education? Do any of the unions participate in this?

BTW, T38, is that an F4 in your avatar?

My favorite is the SR 71. I don't fly. I'm in acadamia but I still admire airplanes.

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ESHBAAL666,

These links should get you started. For information that can be used in your thesis, contact the organizations directly. If you quote an anonymous forum, your Professor will flunk you.

https://www.faa.gov/other_visit/avia...esignee_types/

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Yes. It's an F-4D, at what I believe is Smokey Hill gunnery range.

I flew Phantoms for a long time....not me in the pic, but has always been a fave.
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Since you are invoking egyptian pharaohs who attacked Judah, can you enlighten us to what kind of thesis and who it is for?
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