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25th May 2015, 07:13
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Posted By ausdoc

A lot of good advice on this thread. It is a...

A lot of good advice on this thread. It is a good idea to make sure that you can get a Class 1 medical before spending a lot of money on training. If you get a Class 1 up front, you can then let it...
30th Aug 2014, 12:28
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Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

And again the twisting of words, selective...

And again the twisting of words, selective quoting, and personal attacks. Nothing substantive to offer then.

What I said was that your persistently asking the same question, when I have over and...
30th Aug 2014, 11:13
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Posted By ausdoc

Indeed.....although there is quite a difference...

Indeed.....although there is quite a difference between having a degree of background knowledge and an opinion, and having expertise.

There are quite a lot of posters on PPruNe who post like they...
30th Aug 2014, 09:46
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Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

Not me. That's a pretty big (and incorrect)...

Not me. That's a pretty big (and incorrect) assumption to make. There are a number of colour vision experts in this country, and I'm not one of them.
29th Aug 2014, 10:42
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Posted By ausdoc

Creampuff - perhaps you should direct that...

Creampuff - perhaps you should direct that question to one of your mates at CASA. I'm sure they can give you a far more comprehensive answer than I could. :ok:
29th Aug 2014, 10:40
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Posted By ausdoc

You're right Arthur, but it is a commonly used...

You're right Arthur, but it is a commonly used term to describe when someone is issued a certificate with restrictions when they don't meet the standards. Perhaps you could ask Clearedtoreenter who...
28th Aug 2014, 13:50
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Posted By ausdoc

As much as I wasn't going to add any more to this...

As much as I wasn't going to add any more to this thread....I think you'll find that the numbers quoted are those who have waivers. There are a whole lot of pilots who don't have normal colour...
4th Jul 2014, 00:33
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Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

That's part of the problem - nobody really knows....

That's part of the problem - nobody really knows. As I said, a missed opportunity for data collection. Without proper data collection and analysis, it's not research. Are there enough to reach...
3rd Jul 2014, 23:43
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Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

Sarcs, yes I've seen that study, but there are...

Sarcs, yes I've seen that study, but there are others as well. As I said, there needs to be more practical research using real-world tasks. Where possible, colour should not be used as a...
3rd Jul 2014, 23:09
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Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

That's a great solution, but a very long-term and...

That's a great solution, but a very long-term and expensive one. There are numerous standard colour codes used in all sorts of industries. Warning lights, navigation, electrical wiring, map colour...
3rd Jul 2014, 09:00
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Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

I'm not sure that there is actually. Just that...

I'm not sure that there is actually. Just that it is not a good idea, for the reasons that you mention.

I'd be happy to fly with either of the groups that you mention, and I regularly do. I just...
3rd Jul 2014, 08:49
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Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

Yes, they should have in this case. Indeed the...

Yes, they should have in this case. Indeed the chief pilot should have known that Hempel had neither a CPL nor a Class 1 medical - both of which were required for the operations he was conducting. ...
3rd Jul 2014, 08:41
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Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

Creampuff, I agree with you in a cockpit that has...

Creampuff, I agree with you in a cockpit that has lights that are either on or off. My understanding is that the problem is when a light changes colour depending on the state of a system, or when...
3rd Jul 2014, 07:14
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Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

Frank, I totally agree. CASA did know, and so...

Frank, I totally agree. CASA did know, and so did just about every person on the airfield. I still don't quite know what CASA could have done to prevent the accident.
3rd Jul 2014, 07:11
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Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

Not quite sure what you're on about here Kharon. ...

Not quite sure what you're on about here Kharon. I didn't bring up the issue of DAMEs being able to issue certificates. I didn't bring up the Hempel issue. I didn't go dredging through old threads...
3rd Jul 2014, 06:12
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Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

A fiasco indeed. Much blame all round: The...

A fiasco indeed. Much blame all round: The pilot for knowingly flouting the conditions of his licence. CASA (not just AVMED) for allowing him to repeatedly break the rules over decades (although...
3rd Jul 2014, 06:08
Replies: 716
Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

Hey Kharon, how do you know that they're real? ...

Hey Kharon, how do you know that they're real? Did you research every one of them fully? Did you accuse him of academic fraud until you could confirm every one?

Ask him how many aviation...
3rd Jul 2014, 05:58
Replies: 716
Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

And here we go again. Rather than discussing the...

And here we go again. Rather than discussing the matter at hand, the standard response is to go dredging into history to attack the individual.

Not that hard really -the attendance details (and...
3rd Jul 2014, 03:10
Replies: 716
Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

Not sure how it's a circular argument Kharon,...

Not sure how it's a circular argument Kharon, despite your flowery language. Casa did notify all DAMEs that the new system was being considered, discussion with the relevant professional bodies was...
3rd Jul 2014, 01:00
Replies: 716
Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

Thorn bird I'm not really sure what his...

Thorn bird

I'm not really sure what his country of birth has to do with the argument. It would appear that none of the Australian born PMOs have introduced the system of DAMEs issuing the...
3rd Jul 2014, 00:08
Replies: 716
Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

Anthill, I'm sure your search abilities are no...

Anthill, I'm sure your search abilities are no different to mine.
2nd Jul 2014, 22:58
Replies: 716
Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

This has already started (for Class 2 at least). ...

This has already started (for Class 2 at least). There is a trial going as we speak, with DAMEs issuing certificates, and will be expanded once the system has been confirmed as robust. A lot of...
29th Jun 2014, 13:55
Replies: 716
Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

I see. So you and your mate Creampuff can make...

I see. So you and your mate Creampuff can make all sorts of incorrect comments on who you think I am and where you think I work, and that's OK?
29th Jun 2014, 13:41
Replies: 716
Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

You just don't get it do you. I haven't made any...

You just don't get it do you. I haven't made any CVD claims, so there's nothing to back up.


Then you must be the same person.
29th Jun 2014, 13:20
Replies: 716
Views: 614,561
Posted By ausdoc

And what hypothesis would that be? The only...

And what hypothesis would that be?

The only hypothesis I've got is that you and Creampuff seem to speak for each other, and the minute anybody suggests that there might be a better way to go about...
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