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 Post subject: Eastern NC SIC gigs
PostPosted: 08 Jul 2017, 14:36 


Joined: 11/04/15
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Company: USMC
Aircraft: BE20

Looking to freelance fly on the weekends or possibly take leave for a monday or friday trip. I have a BE-300 type with SIC requirement and an SOE restriction right now. Flying Marine KA-200's actively. Just looking to ride copilot in some 300's so that my SOE can be removed. I will be attending recurrent every year for the 350. ATP ride was conducted at the same time I did the 350 type ride at FSI. If anyone has any leads or information more than interested to listen. Looking forward to continuing to learn.



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