M1/M2 working on MIL A/C stay current?

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spudame
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M1/M2 working on MIL A/C stay current?

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Need peoples opinion / expertise...

Currently I have my M1 and will be getting my M2 by the end of the month hopefully (book sent away just waiting to hear back)... Anyways I know that to get your license as per TC you need to have a minimum of 6 months working on civil A/C however I have searched high and low for information pertaining to after you have your license as to what you need to do to stay "current". All i can find is you have to work for 6 months of 24 months after getting the license. (CARs 403.05 (1)). They do not mention if it is civilian or if it can be military. Any incite would be awesome.


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Re: M1/M2 working on MIL A/C stay current?

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If you're working for the military then no.

If you're contracted by the military under an AMO and performing maintenance then yes.
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Re: M1/M2 working on MIL A/C stay current?

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Helian is right, however the trick with tc is don't let your license expire. If you renew on time they don't know. I know several who have current licenses and havent wrenched on ac for years. Getting an aca is another story.
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