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What steps should i take for converting my military licenses

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Im a  military helicopter pilot, actually i just finished my third brevet and im officially an operational pilot with 60h on fixed wing, 70h on EC AS350, 80h on "Huey"UH-1H
and IR. Im building up hours now. i would like to complete my career out of military. So could any one give me some ideas as " how to do it" or what to do exactly cause our licenses are not similar to civil licenses. Should i have to contact a school and convert it and which one u recommand for me. Plz feel free to give me some plans as it was you. I feel lost really in this part, i did lot of reserches and i found tons of suggestions.
Thank you

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  1. John D Collins on Dec 21, 2013

    Are you a US Military pilot or a military pilot in the Armed Forces of a foreign contracting State to the Convention on International Civil Aviation who is assigned to pilot duties in the U.S. Armed Forces, for purposes other than receiving flight training? If you are, read 61.73 for details on what you need to do.

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