Here is my situation. I am in the military and have a multi-engine commercial with instrument as well as commercial rotarty with instrument. I'm trying to figure out how to get a single-engine commercial add on. I've been told that all I need is a few hours of instruction until proficient and a FAA checkride. I called the FSDO and he didn't seem positive but said I will need to meet the part 61 129 requirements, which I dont.
So my basic question is...is there an exception since I already have a commercial multi-engine license?
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