I am not trying to beat a dead horse. However, I need to clear up
information so that ARS policies are accurately represented...
> If a person pays his/her money and shows up at ARS
> without a flight suit, will you refuse or permit him/her to train? If
> you permit him/her, then there is no flight suit requirement and I
> retract all I have said. If you refuse then the point is moot.
All Red Star is a unique event in many ways. However, we do use FAST
and RPA standards for our formation training. If someone elects to not
wear a flight suit, that is their decision, and that's fine. ARS and
the RPA do not prevent anyone from receiving training, that's the
Brian, please address any further comments to me on this off line.
ARS V has confirmed a new home. Porterville, CA (KPTV) is a fabulous
location located on the southeastern side of the central valley. Due
to scheduling conflicts this year's dates are going to be May 3-7.
More details to follow shortly....
All Red Star
"A Unique Aviation Experience".