A. Dennis Savarese wrote:
> --> Yak-List message posted by: "A. Dennis Savarese"
> Isn't that a bit contradictory? BARRY - 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. BRIAN - Therefore, if
> one wishes to receive RPS/FAST sanctioned training at ARS, one must wear
> a flight suit.
Barry's comment was, I think, misinterpreted. If you do not wear a
flight suit you will not be allowed to train at RPA/FAST training
events. Barry was saying that they do not *force* you to wear a flight
suit and that is, technically, true.
I have since said I agree with Barry. RPA may require anything it wants
to and I get to choose whether I participate or not. The choice is mine.
RPA does not force me to do anything.
> What am I missing?
I think it was just a matter of sematics.
I support RPA's right to make the policy. I just don't support the policy.
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