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Log book endorsements for military pilots

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I spent 12 years flying in the military both fixed and rotary wing aircraft. Last year I had a house fire and all my logbooks were destroyed. I have a new logbook that I updated time off of my 759 (army flight record). My question is how do I get all my endorsements back such as complex, pressurization, high alt ect? How is it annotated in the log book? Many of the courses I took were years ago and I don't like I could find my original IP. Can I make a logbook entry for endorsements based off Army Flight Course Completions? Or can I just say I have 3000+ hours in a King Air, that counts for my endorsement? Thanks.

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  1. Ayyaz on Jan 30, 2017

    I\’m not the expert on subject but doesn\’t the squadrons you flew in still operational? If so, as far as in know, they have the records of all the sorties flown. I know back then it was not computerized unlike today where you can find all the \”complex\” info by clicking a few buttons. Still if you manage to get the official records back, you can get your log book signed off by the current squadron/Wing commander! I don\’t think you need to find the actual instructor! I hope that helps.

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