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FlyingForFun wrote:Some might say file a NASA report, but it's probably too late for that. I don't remember the timing on that.
I don't remember the timing for sending in a NASA form, either, but this should have been one of your first moves, if you're really concerned about fault. It's not like a Lifeline on a gameshow...you get more than 3. They're not a universal "get out of jail free" card, though. Bust the SFRA or FRZ around DC and they won't do you a lick of good.
drseti wrote:I would be more inclined to ask AOPA Pilot Services. Different FSDO often have different opinions.
I'll try that. I only met one FSDO and "nit picker" is an understatement. Do not want to open that can of worms.
PS - I'm not looking to incite an investigation or have anyone cited. I'm just curious.
I'll post my findings...
FlyingForFun wrote:There is a standing joke that comes up at all the AOPA Flight Instructor Clinics that you should file a NASA report after every flight.
Pretty funny. A quick Google search showed there is a 10-day window to file a NASA form. [aka immunity form] After further reading, I think it was the other pilot that should be filling out the form.
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