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Helicopter Fun Facts for Shoreline, WA
Five classes graduated from helicopter training during 1944. Out of a total of 39 students, 36 graduated. By the end of the war, Training Command helicopter school had produced 93 pilots and 335 mechanics. Many of these people served with the helicopter rescue and air commando units in the China-Burma-India Theater or participated in convoy scouting operations along the North Atlantic routes.
Helicopter History for Shoreline, WA
Helicopter Pilot's License for Shoreline, WACommercial pilots must be at least 18 with 190 or more flight hours logged through flight school. Otherwise, applicants need 250 hours, including 100 solo hours and 40 hours flown cross-country. The FAR allows commercial pilots to accept pay for their services.