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Helicopter Factoid for Kirkland, WAs for Kirkland, WA
Post World War II Pilot Training: On 1 March 1946, all entries into helicopter pilot training were temporarily suspended due to lack of maintenance personnel. In June 1946 there were five R-5 and sixteen R-6 helicopters at San Marcos and seldom were they all in operable condition.
Helicopter History for Kirkland, WA
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Helicopter Pilot's License for Kirkland, WABefore you can take your checkride, you must pass a written exam. These days that pretty much means going to a computerised testing center. The test is multiple choice, there are study guides available that give you the answers, and passing grade is a 70. Piece of cake.