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Old October 17th 03, 06:44 PM
Sassi
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A friend of mine keeps bothering me saying that the majority of airline
pilots come from a military background and they are more prepared than
those who have a civil background training.
I don't have a militar background and I don't think so that militar ones
are more prepared, and I don't even believe that the majority of airline
pilots comes from the militar aviation.
The point is that I can't prove this with any document or statistics,
can anyone demonstrate it?
thank you!



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