Started by etodd, April 22, 2020, 03:36:13 pm
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Quote from: Eclipse on April 24, 2020, 01:09:32 amIs this aircraft in the members private hangar?If not, then the respective member will need to break stay-at-home directives in order to get there, for what is clearly a non-essential activity, putting every point of contact between him and the plane at risk, including the pilot as well.A risk that is unnecessary, and made worse with the reality that a significant percentage of the CAP pilot population have other health issues that exacerbate C19 to the point of fatality.If the issue is the mission capability of the aircraft (because apparently airplanes can't situnused, even though they sit unused all over the place the rest of the time), then the nearest pilot to the plane should be the designated cranker, and approved for enough of a pattern rideto circulate the oil, and nothing more.We've already discussed that there is no currency issue (for the pilots) in regards to missions that can't be remediated with pre-mission cobweb flights, so that's not a justification for the risk.
Quote from: etodd on April 24, 2020, 01:38:06 amWe are being ORDERED by Headquarters to fly the planes weekly.
Quote from: NIN on April 24, 2020, 01:18:14 amBob, you're not an aviation expert, and it shows.
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