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  1. In FAA’s eyes a "small rotorcraft:" 14 CFR Part 1.1 defines a small aircraft as an aircraft of 12,500 lbs. or less maximum certificated take-off weight. Therefore, any rotorcraft, could be considered small by the Part 1.1 definition (aircraft) if the rotorcraft/helicopter is less than 12,500 lbs. Part 1.1 Aircraft means a device that is used or intended to be used for flight in the air. Part 1.1 Small aircraft means aircraft of 12,500 pounds or less, maximum certificated takeoff weight. § 29.811 (f) Each emergency exit, and its means of opening, must be marked on the outside of the rotorcraft. In addition, the following apply: (1) There must be a 2-inch colored band outlining each passenger emergency exit, except small rotorcraft with a maximum weight of 12,500 pounds or less may have a 2-inch colored band outlining each exit release lever or device of passenger emergency exits which are normally used doors.
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  2. Things I want to know: Whats your MOS/rank and how has this prepared you to be a WO/pilot. What assets do you bring to the table that would improve the cohort. Qualitative and quantifiable things you've done that sets you apart from other candidates, makes you a good pick for WO. What shows that you are able to operate at an increased position of trust and responsibility. Have you completed and further education that can set you apart. Most of what I see above is very generic, I could attach anyones name to this and it would still apply. Dive deeper and sell yourself. Out of everything in my packet this is what I struggled the most with. I was a FQ-NS my first go around and I attribute it mostly to a summary that was short and didn't sell myself and everything that I bring to the table. Redid the whole thing, expanded on a lot and was selected.
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